Gambia

The western African country Gambia is the smallest country in Africa. The country’s name derives from the Gambia River which runs through the middle of the country into the heart of the Atlantic Ocean.

Comprising both of hot and rainy seasons, Gambia embraces a climate that is tropical. The constitution of Gambia defends the rights of residents to practice any religion that they believe in. Culture throughout Gambia is diverse and never dull and this region is home to supreme ethnic groups existing throughout western Africa.

Capital: Banjul
Currency: Gambian dalasi
President: Yahya Jammeh
Official language: English Language
Government: Presidential system, Republic