Blog Posts from Footsteps Eco-Lodge in The Gambia
by David White - August 2019
Gambia is, of course, famous for its birding, nature and beaches. But did you know that thirty years back it was also famous for its cotton production? Enter the Gambia Cotton Trail!
by David White - August 2018
Our plans to make The Gambia a more sustainable destination through a more responsible approach to using single-use plastics.
by David White - July 2018
The best time to make a change is NOW! A plastic free Gambia may be a long way off, however, at Footsteps we have always taken our social and environmental...
by David White - February 2016
We have always been mindful of our waste produced at the lodge and what happens to it, but there's always room for improvement. This year we have enlisted some help and have found opportunities for big improvements...
by David White - March 2015
The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust (GHDT) is a small charity, registered in both the UK and The Gambia. Founded in 2002 by the late Stella Marsden and her sister Heather...
by David White - September 2013
Tell me about your work in Gunjur, how it benefits the village of Gunjur and what your plans are regarding your proposed new project of starting a museum there.
by David White - May 2013
I have been asked one question more than any other in the past 12 years and that is 'what made you start a holiday lodge in The Gambia', so here you go...
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