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INDIVIDUAL TRIP MANDINARI - TANBI WETLANDS 8 DAYS

Mandinari is located in the De Tanbi wetlands, just at the southern entrance to the mouth of the Gambia River. It covers a total area of about 6,000 hectares (including 4,800 hectares of mangroves) and the largest expanse is located west and south-west of Banjul.

You will spend a week in the beautiful Mandinari, away from tourism and full of colourful birds. The domain is good for at least 80 species of birds (and Nile crocodiles) that you can approach and photograph at very close range. Our photo hide on the estate is at your disposal. You can relax on the private beach at the mangroves, or our local guide will take you for a walk through the mangroves or surrounding rice fields.
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Mandinari River Lodge

8 days/ 7 nights

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Double room / Price per person

Aerial View of Green Mangrove Forest. Nature Landscape. Amazon River. Amazon Rainforest. S

Included

Full-board, including local guide

Full-board, photo-hide

WiFi connection, .....

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Included in this trip: Pick-up at the airport / all meals / neat room with electricity / private bathroom / double bed with mosquito net and fan / unlimited use of the photo hut / walks with local guide / WiFi / return airport. Minimum 2 people Solo traveller + €80.00

Feasible target species on and around the domain: Yellow-billed Schrike, Osprey, Black-shouldered Kite, Black Kite, Yellow-billed Kite, Long-crested Eagle, Hooded vuture, African Harrier Hawk, Shikra,  Hamerkop, African Oreole warbler, Violet touraco, Pearl-spotted owlet, Scops owl, Yellow-crowned gonolek, Bearded Barbet, Malachite kingfisher, Blue-breasted kingfisher, Pied kingfisher, Giant kingfisher, green-backed heron, African spoonbill, Yellow-billed stork, Sacret ibis, Blue-cheecked bee-eater, Red-bellied paradise flycatcher, Blue-bellied roller, Broad-billed roller, Senegal parrot, Senegal Tick-knee, Fine-spotted woodpecker, Grey woodpecker, Levaillants cuckoo, Senegal coucal, Green wood hoopoe, Fork-tailed drongo, Double-spurred francolin, Red-cheaked cordon-blue, firefinsh, beautifull sunbird, variable sunbird, copper sunbird, Western grey Plaintain-eater, bulbul, Brown babbler, Black-headed babbler,, Squacco heron , Western reef heron, Great white heron, Black-headed heron, Northern crombec, Village weaver, Caspian tern, Grey-headed sparrow, House-sparrow, Palm swift, Common Redstart, Black Redstart, Tjiftjaf, Spur-winged lapwing, White-crowned Robin chat, Village indigobird, African morning dove, Namaque dove, Red-eyed dove, Black-billed wood-dove, Northern puffback, Senegal eremomela, Zitting cisticola, Black heron, Whistling ducks, Grey-headed gull, Little egret, Grey kestrel, Laughing dove, Speckled pigeon, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Scarlet chested sunbird, Purple glossy starling, Long-tailed Glossy starling, Lesser-blue starling, African Trush, Lavender waxbill, Orange -cheeked waxbill, Green monkey, Nile-krokodile, Monitor Lizzard, Senegal Chameleon, Butterflies, Grasshoppers .....​

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