PAGEANT - "Education is the future"
Gambia Tourist Support (GTS) was a small charity founded in 1997 by Francis Glynn, with the aim of creating employment and training opportunities for Gambian people. Francis died in 2011, the charity was wound up and its website no longer exists. However, a second associated charity, Gambia Education and Teaching Support (GETS), had been established in 2004. They have continued the work started by GTS, and have their own.
GTS produced their own maps of The Gambia when they failed to find suitable detailed maps, and published the maps on their website. The Pageant website had links to these, but with the GTS website gone, the links no longer worked. We thought it a shame to lose the maps, so with the agreement of GETS we have placed copies of the maps on the Pageant website. The links below take you to our copies. On all these you can click on the map to display a map image file and then zoom in for greater detail. Some maps had red 'hotspots' with links to further information. We have not copied these links, so clicking on them will do nothing.
Hotels, lodges and places of interest in Bakau, Kololi & Serrekunda area.
Restaurants, bars and places to visit in the above area.
Central Banjul street plan.
Places and road network in Western Gambia.
Road Map - Atlantic Coast to Jurunku & Bintang.
Road Map - Jurunku to Farafenni.
Road Map - Farafenni and Stone Circles.
Road Map - Georgetown Area.
Road Map - the eastern end of The Gambia