You Guide to Kololi

21st July 2020
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Unlike the traditional town of Brufut, Kololi is a resort town which is a tourist attraction for expats and holiday makers. Kololi is located in the western region of The Gambia and it is around 20 km from the capital of Banjul. Thanks to tourism, this region of the country has seen a great rise in popularity and interest has grown significantly. 

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Why Invest In Property In Kololi?

The beach town of Kololi is one of Gambia’s most popular vacation destinations. But what about a rental or permanent property there? Kololi has all the facilities you would require to live a stress free life in the sun. The Gambia is subtropical. The hottest month of the year is June when the average temperature is approximately 29°C. January is the coolest with temperatures at around 25°C. This is perfect weather to spend your days strolling the golden sands of the fantastic beaches in Kololi.

One thing Kololi has that other parts of The Gambia do not is an established resort style area. This features bars, restaurants, markets, cafes and shops. This provides a hub for you to use, providing everything necessary to live well.

Things To Do In Kololi 

While there is plenty to do in Kololi, we have picked out some of the most popular activities and amusements that help make Kololi beach resort the place it is today.

Senegambia Craft Market

Shoulder to shoulder markets that sell a wide range of products from building supplies to clothing accessories. Stall owners open to bartering so you can experience the hustle and bustle of the market.

Enjoy the Senegambia Strip

As mentioned above the tourist nature of Kololi means that the nightlife thrives. Featuring a multitude of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and a casino.

Chill out On Kololi Beach

After the restoration of the beach in Kololi, it is a fantastic place to chill out and bask in the sun. Although there are other beaches that may be more peaceful, Kololi is a real haven and it features fruit sellers and a beach bar!

Not to mention all of the activities you can do in Gambia in general. This includes checking out natural untouched wildlife both large and small as well as seeing animals in their natural habitat. Taking part in river cruises, visiting national parks, taking a trip to many local mosques and visiting national museums.

So, what next?

When it comes to The Gambia real estate market, Blue Ocean Properties know it well. There are many reasons why you could buy a property and many why you could rent. Depending on your circumstances, we will be happy to guide you in the right direction giving you advice on what will work best for you. If you are interested in any properties on our website or if you have any questions, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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