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The Gambia – Following in the Tracks of the Slave Trade

by Published 2016-02-27 No trip is a good trip unless we challenge our minds and hearts a little bit.
During our trip to the Gambia, Juffureh was that very challenge.
West Africa is known for a great many things – one of those things is one of the most horrendous things that man has come up with – the slave trade.
This is precisely one of the reasons this post is so difficult to write because the topic and all its underlying themes are so horrible and complicated.
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Juffureh and Kunta Kinteh Island: an Introduction

Various tour operators in the Gambia offer a heritage tour called Roots

The name refers to the book written by Alex Haley and the tour includes trips to the Slavery Museum at Albreda, a nearby village called Juffureh (there are several spelling forms) and the Kunta Kinteh Island.
The village is located on the north bank of the river, so trip can be arranged either by boat or by car.

Entering Albreda and Juffureh Kunta Kinteh is the principal character in the Roots saga

a Mandinka man who was captured in 1727 and transported as a slave across the Atlantic Ocean.
He was born and raised in Juffureh, a small village in the Niumi District of the north bank of the river.
Kunta Kinteh Island Kunta Kinteh Island, formerly James Island, .

Is located in the middle of the Gambia River

The island houses the colonial ruins of a slavery station.
In modern times the island has shrunk considerably due to erosion. The Europeans (beginning with the Portuguese, later British and French) built trading stations along the estuary of the River Gambia and on the banks of the Bintang Creek.
Albreda, Juffureh, and James Islands were all part of this network.
Juffureh Day Trip: Roots.
As mentioned above, there are several options for arranging a day tour.

We eventually settled on the boat tour offered by the Official tour guides in the Gambia

Their offices can be found in most tourist areas in the country.
We went to their office in the Senegambia strip.
The tour included entrance to the Slavery Museum; a visit to Juffureh where we met the village elder who told us the story about Kunta Kinteh; a quick look at the local craft market as well as a trip to Kunta Kinteh Island.
Most of the day was spent on a boat where we were also served lunch.

Various groups participated in the tour in Albreda and Juffureh

The day started with the guide and driver picking us up at the hotel.
We drove to the harbor in Banjul where we boarded the boat that would take us a few kilometers upstream on the Gambia river.
The journey took approximately 2 hours before we reached the pier at the village of Albreda.
The Slavery Museum at Albreda was especially fascinating.
It was small and quite dusty, but informative.
In our case, coming from northern Europe, we had of course heard about the slavery in history class and read about it in books, but it’s not a topic that had touched us closely.
The experience at the museum really gave us a completely new outlook on this period of time.
I would also say that together with the half an hour or so spent on beautiful Kunta Kinteh Island, the visit to the museum was what touched me.
On that calm and sunny February day, it was truly difficult to imagine all the horrors that had taken place on that very spot.
In the village, we were greeted by singing children asking for money and their mothers trying to sell us all kinds of stuff.
Taking into account the situation in the Gambia, it was no surprise, but from a learning-perspective, the silent museum sites were more impressive.
It was, however, interesting to hear the stories of the village elder and see the village.
If you look at the Gambia river you will certainly see some of the traditional wooden boats, which are really colorful.
It was one of these boats that met us and helped to transfer us from our boat – which had taken us up the River but was too big to enter the island – the last meters to the Kunta Kinteh Island.
Just entering one of the boats was an experience.
During our trip upriver we had the pleasure to spend the day with two lovely British ladies.
These ladies had also made sure that the three of us still had our seats when we came back to the boat from our visit to the Kunta Kinteh Island.

Some Facts About the Slave Trade In the Gambia

The Gambia river played an important role in the slave trade to America

As in many other places in West Africa, a lot of slaves were forced away from their home villages for a new life in the Americas.
The Dutch, the Portuguese, the French, and the British were all active around the Gambia River.
There were several trade stations built along the river, including Juffureh, Albreda, and James Island.
The Kunta Kinteh Island has had several owners. The first Europeans to settle the island were from the Duchy of Courland and Semigallia, a part of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
It was then briefly held by the Dutch before the British took over in 1661.
After that also the French held the island for a few years.
The island houses a fort, Fort James, which was initially used for gold and ivory trade, and later slave trade.
The name of the island was changed from James Island to Kunta Kinteh Island in 2011.
And Kunta Kinteh.
According to Wikipedia, he was one of 98 slaves that in 1767 the slave ship Lord Ligonier brought to Annapolis, Maryland.
Slave trade became illegal in the British Empire at the beginning of the 19th century after the passing of the Slave Trade Act in 1807.
The trade did not, however, cease immediately.
Instead, it was more uncontrolled and more dangerous than ever before.
As a result of this, the British tried to enforce their embargo on the slave trade by using the batteries (the Six-Gun Battery and Fort Bullen) built on both sides of the mouth of the Gambia river to bombard any ship trying to pass through.
All these constructions are included James Island UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Our Guide Bamba and the Others.
As we booked the trip with the official tourist guides, we had one person guiding us and helping us out during the day.
Our guide’s nickname was Bamba.
He made sure that we wouldn’t miss anything during the day.
In addition to informing us about where to be one to both get food first and to get the best views.
The other guides that were assisting different clients on the boat were helping not only their own clients but also the rest of us on board.
We had our own guide for the day.
The atmosphere was really friendly and helpful.

There were also guides and military personnel in Albreda and Juffureh to guide us around

Jesper and our guide Bamba Tourism is essential for the Gambian economy and there is military personnel stationed to look after the tourists.
We were surprised how very friendly and talkative they were.
They are a good source if you want to learn more about the country by someone who will not ask you for money for telling you about their story.
Juffureh Day Trip: Summary.
In summary, I’d say that our day trip Albreda, Juffureh, and the Kunta Kinteh Island was interesting.
It was the perfect combination of sunshine, being outdoors, and history.
What struck us slightly odd is that most things seemed to come with a price tag, especially in the village where everything was being sold.
Seeing the children beg for money was heartbreaking.
It’s probably normal procedure when bigger tourist groups arrive but we were not prepared for this at all.
The service was great and the guides were fantastic.
History of the Gambia >> Kunta Kinteh Island (Wikipedia) >> Juffreh village  & Albreda >> James Island >> Africa.
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Top 10 Things to Do and Must See in Batam Island

Are you looking for a quick weekend getaway from Singapore.
Batam Island is the answer to many travelers and locals alike from Singapore as there are many things to do and places to visit here.
Batam is the answer to a real beach, sun, and sea for a few days.
Maybe it is not the best island vacation, but it is so near it is worth to come over just over the weekend, .

With only 45 minutes of the ferry from Singapore to Batam Center

Though it had gotten a bad rep for being a sleazy destination , it is a decent getaway for family and friends who are looking to have fun with water sports, eating fresh seafood, shopping, and also affordable spa and massages.
There are also a few exciting tourist attractions for you to visit.-> Or jump to see the Best Accommodations on Batam IslandBatam Fast Ferry from Singapore.
Photo by alantankenghoe If you are here for a weekend getaway, then you should not miss out this Top 10 Things to Do and Must See in Batam:Things to Do in Batam – Activities.
Shopping in Nagoya Hill Mall.

One of the best places to shop in Batam island is at Nagoya Hill Mall

You can find local food products like the popular kueh lapis (Indonesian layer cake), Indomie (instant noodles) and tidbits here.
You can also find sport s equipment here though they are predominantly golf equipment as this place being a destination for it too.
Some shops accept Singapore dollar here being nearby, else there are also money ch angers in the mall.
The things here are well known for being bargain buys.
The things here are certainly a bang for the buck. -> Find the best hotel deals near Nagoya Hill Mall * Eat affordable fresh seafood.
Here in Batam, you can be sure to find fresh seafood at affordable prices.
There are many seafood restaurants dotted around the island but few of the famous ones are the Golden Prawn Seafood Restaurant and Harbour Bay Seafood Restaurant by the waterfront promenade.
You can find a selection of seafood such as prawns, crabs, mussels and more; you’ll be spoilt by the end of a meal.
Fresh seafood at Batam Island.
Photo by yeowatzup Drink cheap beer and alcohol.
If you came from neighbouring Singapore, then you will find that the beer and alcohol here are cheap in comparison.
If drinking is your thing, then this is the place to fill up your quota before heading back.
You can find drinking places anywhere around here.
Pamper yourself with affordable spa and massage.
There are vast selections of spa and massages in Batam Center as they cater mostly for the hordes of tourists.
But this would also mean plenty of choices to get a good and affordable one.
The traditional Balinese massage is one of the things to do, and the costs start from 260,000 Rp / 25 SGD (as of 2017).
Just walk around and look for one that suits you.
One of the recommended massage in Batam that is affordable is Go.
If you want to stay nearby and pamper yourselves daily, Allium Batam Hotel * would be your best choice with only 2 minutes walk away.
Take up adventurous activities and water sports.
At the waterfront city is where you find all the happenings for adventure sports from land to water.
Choices of water sports are such as banana boat, parasailing, windsurfing, kayaking and jet ski (all around 55 SGD) while on land you can try go-kart at about 18 SGD.
You can also find these activities at the Nongsa coast or for the less crowded option is Melur Beach in Galang Island.

You may even try diving or snorkeling here at Batam Island

Wakeboarding, .

One of the popular water spots on Batam Island

Photo by Philip Hayward Play golf on internationally acclaimed golf courses.
Batam is well known for having some of world standards golf courses and thus it is one of the most popular activity here.
Find luscious greenway flank by beautiful coastal backdrop.
You can find the gold course Tering Bay International that had been designed by the legendary Greg Norman who is an international golf course designer.
Also, not to forget Radisson Golf and Convention Center * that includes top class accomodation as well.
Hidden part of Batam Island.
Photo by Riza Nugraha Cycle or motorbike through the scenic northern coast.
Unknown to many, Batam’s scenic northern coastlines if one of the best mountain biking around where you will cycle through a dense green jungle and sweeping seafront.
You may take this trail on your own via around Duriankang Reservoir and the Nongsa Coast.
It will be about 30km bike ride from Turi Beach/Nongsa Village and through Teluk Mata Ikan and then down the coast to Batu Besar and finally through Citra Mas Housing estate to Tering Bay Golf.

Riding at the roads of Batam Island

Photo by Abdul Rahman Must See Tourist Attractions in Batam.
Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Buddhist Temple.
This temple is famous for its many laughing Buddha statues that come in various sizes and costumes that line around the temple.
The whole temple complex is big and spacious with orphanage, food stalls and a vegetarian restaurant.
It is an example of the modern day monuments, where it was opened in 1999 after being built by the Chinese community of Batam.
It is regarded as one of the biggest temple ever built in South Asia.
Barelang Bridge at Batam.
Photo by Hildo Trazo Marvel at the Barelang bridge.
Many tourists come here to have a different cultural view of Batam’s local life.
This attraction takes about 45 minutes to drive from the city to get to, but the journey is well worth it.
The bridge itself is a spectacular piece of architecture with a total of 7 bridges, though incomplete, they do hold a certain local charm to it.
You will find local street hawkers on the bridge who would still be surprised to see foreigners hanging around.
After crossing the bridge, you may even find local seafood restaurants that can be even cheaper than their counterparts in the city.
Near Barelang Bridge at Batam Island.
Photo by toffeespin Explore Batam’s past at the backwaters.
Get off the beaten path and wander into the coastal backwaters of Batam to get a glimpse of the past.
This place is just around the corner from Pacific Palace Hotel.
At the shore, you will find it littered with jetsams while rancid smells will surround you.
Do not let it deter you as this is what reality is and you will get to see poverty side by side with modernization and commercialization.
You will also see the fishermen village of stilt houses that stood as a testament to Batam’s past of simplicity.

Fishermen Village at Batam Island

Photo by Riza Nugraha From here you can see that there are many things to do in Batam as well as some tourist attractions that are worth a visit.
So if you are wondering where to go next for a weekend getaway or if you just happened to be in Singapore, .

Don’t forget to swing by Batam Island for a trip!Best Accommodations on Batam Island is a good choice to find the best hotel deals as it has the most extensive hotel listings in Asia. * is my favourite choice because most of the bookings allow cancellation to the day before allowing maximum flexibility.

There are a few areas to stay in Batam Island

Batam Center * would be your choice if you want to be in the middle of the action but if you are looking for a relaxing and tranquil getaway, further afield like Nongsa * and Sekupang * offer great retreats.
Here are a few of the best accommodations that we recommend to stay in Batam Island:Montigo Resort, NongsaFor those looking for a romantic getaway or special occasions.
This luxurious resort comes with floor-to-ceiling windows villas overlooking a private beach.
Comes with own private outdoor pools and terraces to enjoy the sunset.
A number of world-class golf courses are also located in the surroundings.
Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on *Tempat Senang Spa and Resort, SekupangFor those who love architecture and the tranquil nature, this resort, set in the middle of a lush forest, features Indonesian interiors.
The spa here is also notable to be of world-class, hence making it a favourite spa weekend getaways.
Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on *Tempat Senang Spa and Resort, * Best Western Premier Panbil, Batam CenterFor those looking to get away from the busy center and find some affordable luxury.
This hotel comes equipped with amenities, swimming pool, parking and a good spread of breakfast.
The rooms also come with a beautiful view of the greeneries and sea.
Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on *Radisson Golf & Convention Center.

Batam CenterFor those looking for familiar luxury from a well known brand

this hotel does not dissapoint.
Comes with high class services and located conveniently near the center yet surrounded by nature.
The breakfast, infinity pool with a view, sauna and restaurant are all of excellent quality.
Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on *Radisson, Batam, * Allium Batam Hotel, NagoyaFor those looking to be situated in Nagoya Center, famed for its night market, massages and Nagoya mall.
The rooms at this budget hotel is clean with comfortable big beds, along with swimming pool and gym.
Breakfast included too.
Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on *Harris Hotel Batam CenterFor those looking for a comfortable but affordable stay in Batam Island.
Located just 5 minutes walk to the Mega Mall of Ferry Terminal, this budget hotel has clean, simple and modern rooms.
Rooms come with a simple breakfast and there’s a swimming pool, gym and restaurant for your convenience.
Best for those on a budget!Check out the latest prices on *Check out the latest prices on * Related Articles:Bintan Island: Popular weekend trip from SingaporeBatam vs Bintan Island – Which is better for weekend trip from Singapore.
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2015 at 12:25 am How to reach batam from little india.
is there any cheap ferry or options.
pls help meRamu Reply Allwyn Fernandes November 18, 2015 at 7:01 pm Get to Habour Front MRT, There are various ferry Like Batam Fast & Horizon Fast Ferry to Batam Habour Bay.
The return ticket is Just SGD48.
Enjoy Reply kavita March 5, 2016 at 4:49 pm Right now going at SGD 38$ return.
Reply Stephanie September 27, 2016 at 4:03 pm If you want to get cheaper ticket, I am selling variety of tickets 2 ways inclusive tax.
Majestic $33 Sindo $32 Batam Fast $40 (inclusive of going to Harbour Bay & Nongsapura) No more additional charges & no hidden charges.
Collection point only at Clarke Quay MRT or Somerset MRT.
Feel free to txt me at 91790123.
Have an enjoyable trip~~~ Reply.
Mike October 21, 2016 at 4:54 pm you can go to changi airport and take a flight there Reply.
Suee November 30, 2015 at 9:43 am OMG!.
Thank you so much for this write up.
I had been to Batam for so many times and it has always been the same itinerary.
The upcoming trip, I was thinking to do something different, more of local touch.
And your post help me a lot.:) Reply November 30, 2015 at 11:20 am glad it helped 🙂 do let us know too if you find more information or tips or share your experience.
Reply kay March 27, 2016 at 4:08 pm Hi Rachel , Any recommend beach to go.
Jet December 10, 2015 at 4:36 pm Is there a specific resort where we can avail taht all in watersports for 55sgd.
And where.
Thank you.
Brian Mc Guinness December 22, 2015 at 8:54 am i am looking for some where to go near Batam for a couple of weeks break, just to chill out and relax, any good idea’s Reply.
Karisma February 4, 2016 at 3:03 pm How to go to Barelang or Galang by public transport.
Anyone can give me info as I intend to visit the far side of Batam and the other smaller islands.
haroon February 11, 2016 at 5:05 am hi everyone i recently been to batam am from uk i loved it.
it was my first time i have been allover batam was a good experiance and i will love to visit batam again both thumbs up.
madhu April 9, 2016 at 1:23 pm have good massage centre there Reply April 13, 2016 at 3:26 pm please share the information.
June July 27, 2017 at 12:36 pm Hello guys, my name is June, i like the sharing.

Btw do you know there is a new mobile app to buy ferry ticket from Singapore to Batam

it is super easy, and cheaper than ticket counter.
App is called Ezbooking, you can download it from your iPhone / Android.
Visit for more information.
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