Bird Watching – Bird island boat Trip

Jinack is world-famous amongst bird watchers for its rare and beautiful birds – especially waders, water birds and birds of prey. more details…



We have fishing rods and tackle on site. You can hire our boat with one of our on-site guides and try your luck fishing. more details…


Babang Fresh Water Crocodile Pool & Bush Babies (Night Camp)

There are over 80 crocodiles in and around the pool. It is said to have powers of fertility and healing. more details..


Jinack island tour

Guided tour around island and visiting many different places of interest from the local school to a crocodile pool. More info..


Mangrove Creek River Trip

There are many Gambian River cruises available. The Gambia is named after this majestic river which is one of the most navigable in Africa. more details


Jinack Lodge Island Tour and Beach

See how the rural way of life has remained almost unchanged by time, This is not before passing through the atmospheric, bustling, colourful, Barra Market, where you will see local traders buying and selling. more details…


Fatala Safari Park, Senegal

Organised trips to  Fatala Safari Park, the biggest wildlife reserve in West Africa and one of the last places where wild big game animals can be seen.


Traditional African Cookery Lessons

TWomen from the local village will come to spend time teaching and demonstrating some wonderful African cooking techniques.


Drumming Workshops

Local musicians regularly come to entertain us and play on the purposely-built bandstand area of the Reception.


Dolphin Spotting

From mid november to Mid january dolphins are often spotted off the shore. this can be done either on your own or as part of an organised boat trip.


“Root” Heritage Trail

This is a popular excursion to the village of Juffureh the original home of Kunta Kinte inspired by Alex Haley’s bestselling movie “Roots”.