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Why you should travel to Gambia this summer (WATCH)

Food, culture and great beaches are just some of the great things to look out for in Gambia, not to mention the fact that its visa-free to Nigerians.

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The West African country, Gambia has become a den of tourists in recent times owing to the lovely tropical weather and beautiful scenery.

Food, culture and great beaches are just some of the things to look out for in Gambia, not to mention the fact that its visa-free to Nigerians.

Check out this travel video on fun things you can get up to in Gambia.

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