We understand that most travelers to The Gambia are looking for rest and relaxation, a feel for African culture & its environment, and for some, a little adventure. Our hotel is on a very safe, friendly and peaceful part of the Gambian coast. We provide comfortable beds, 24 hr security, clean, healthy food & water, and a great connection to the local community.
Every day was a pleasure at Nemasu. The accommodation, food, people, the peace and quiet. I would change nothing. Beautiful surroundings, endless white sandy beaches and blue ocean. Within one day of being there they make you feel at home and if it was an option I would not have left.Read More ”
This place is so peaceful. We came last year and will be back again next year. Beach deserted. Safe bathing. Friendly and welcoming staff and locals. Food excellent. Lots of local dishes. Plenty of fish – very fresh. Lovely lodges. Totally safe. Can walk out at any time of day or night without any worries.Read More ”
Good lodge with nice huts for two or three people. On a compound with palmtrees and a friendly restaurant. At the beach some chairs and sunscreens. Beach is empty and beautifull. WiFi in the restaurant is good.Read More ”
What is your cancellation policy?
- Free cancellation within 24 hours of booking.
- Free cancellation up to 90 days of your arrival.
- 50% refund up to 30 days of your arrival.
- No refunds within 30 days of your arrival.
Is it safe to travel in Gambia, and is it safe at Nemasu?
There is virtually no crime at Nemasu; we have 24hr security, and we are off the beaten path, in a very peaceful part of the country. Having said that- it’s always a good idea to keep valuables in a safe place & be vigilant in general. You should not take valuables or large sums of money to the beach or display them in public. Visitors, both male and female, should be particularly cautious of young men locally known as ‘bumsters’ who approach tourists, particularly on beaches, offering unsolicited help. Bumsters often use romance in the hope of gaining money or other assistance. We advise you be polite but firm in declining unwanted help or attempts at conversation. This is particularly common in Senegambia.
Are the mosquitoes bad?
Mosquitos are common in the rainy season (July – November) and not very common in the dry season; from December to June, they’re not frequent. Having said that, malaria is common in the Gambia, so it’s strongly recommended to take malaria pills.
Is the water & the food safe?
We serve only purified water, and wash our food in this same clean water. Our kitchen staff adhere to consistently high levels of cleanliness; you have no need to worry.
Do I need to tip?
Tipping is not necessary, but appreciated; if you feel you have had good service, a tip up to 10% is normal.
Are airport pickups available for late night flight arrivals?
We offer 24/7 airport pick-up.
Can I pay with credit card?
Very few places in Gambia are able to accept credit cards, and there are very few ATM’s. We strongly recommend you bring cash. We can change money at Nemasu and you can pay in foreign currencies. We have a safe for you to store your valuables.
Are airport pick ups available?
Yes, we can pick you up at the airport: cost is €30 or £25 for the 1 hour trip, up to 3 people, or €45 or £40 for 3-6 people. There is a 25% surcharge for arrivals after 11pm.
Book online today and look forward to a relaxing stay with us
Contact Us On + 220 368-6127 (SMS/WhatsApp preferred), +1 303-499-6611 or +1 720-422-3354 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Online Booking