Tendaba Camp is an eco-tourism camp that opens all year round and features on most bird-watching trips upriver. The camp is locally owned and managed and has a swimming pool.
The camp at Tendaba, in Gambia, is located on the river-side in the Kiang Central district about 150 km upriver from the capital of Banjul. It was built in the 1970s as a hunting lodge but now attracts mostly birdwatchers & naturalists. It can be reached by an arranged boat tour sailing up the Gambia River from Lamin or via the road on the south bank to Kwinella Village which is approximately 145 km from Serrekunda and the Kombos.
Kiang West National Park:
Boat Trip into Kisi Bolon and Tunku Creek: Charge based on a minimum of 4 persons paying.
The holiday lodge is ideal for nature lovers who wish to spend a few days or longer trekking around the bush or riverside and see wildlife up close.