Banjul enjoys tropical climate and has two distinct seasons-the wet season from June till October, and dry season from November till May. The suggested time to book flights to Banjul is during the dry months, between November and May. For deals, discounts and cheap flights to Banjul, it is recommended to book in advance.
The city of Banjul in Gambia is served by Banjul International Airport also known as Yundum International. The airport is a hub for Gambia Bird, and is served by Arik Air, Brussels Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines and more. The airport provides Banjul flights to destinations including Accra, Brussels, London, and Barcelona.Places of Interest in Banjul
Banjul is the second largest city and capital of Gambia nestled on St Mary's Island, where the Gambia River enters the Atlantic Ocean. The city is a package holiday destination, popular with British and other European visitors.Gambia National Museum
The Gambian National Museum is home to historical documents and display artifacts concerning the history of the Gambia. The museum houses three floors of exhibits, ground floor-exhibiting the political and cultural history of the nation’s capital, basement - showcasing musical heritage of the Gambia, and second floor -displaying archaeological history of West Africa and the Gambia.Albert Market
Created in the mid-19th century, the Albert Market is the hub of activity. Located on Liberation Avenue, the market is named after Albert, Prince Consort, husband of Queen Victoria. Stroll through the labyrinth of alleys, bustling with hundreds of rickety stalls and purpose built shops, stacked with shimmering fabrics, carved wooden masks, and fresh produce.Arch 22
Arch 22 is a commemorative arch built in 1996 to mark the military coup defeat of 22 July 1994. The arch is an excellent site to visit offering panoramic views of the surroundings, and houses a cafe and a small museum that holds exhibitions and educate visitors about the coup d'état.