Gambia is one of the most accessible to visitors interested in entering for the first time in Black Africa. Despite its small size, its variety, and their biodiversity are staggering.
Once upon a country around a river: the fertile Gambia, on whose banks the Mandinga live, the Fula, the Wolof, the Jola, the Serahuli the Aku, the Manjago and Bambara. It is precisely this multi-ethnicity which drew the Gambian nation, as distinct cultural country that surrounds it on all four sides, Senegal, Wolof majority. Only the western tip of Gambia, which borders the Atlantic Ocean, is saved from the vicinity of Senegal, generally successful, well-avenue. (más…)