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Craft Markets in Gambia
  Bakau Craft Market
The Bakau Craft Market was established in 1971 at Cape Point by the women of the area who used to offer for sale crafted African style items such as beads and masks.

  Banjul Craft Market
It has 150 members and is the oldest craft market in The Gambia. They have for sale batiks, baskets, wood carvings like masks, drums, tie dye, jewellery and other trinkets.

  Brikama Woodcarver's Market
There are 57 craft stalls though there are over 200 members who make and sell their artwork and other products in the nearby area.

  Kotu Tourist Craft Market
At the Bendula you can find for sale African tie dye clothing and hats, necklaces, paintings, calabash gourds, balafons, and even stuffed toys, sunglasses, baseball caps.

  Senegambia Craft Market
The Senegambia Craft Market (bendula) was founded in the early 1980s and has 64 appointed stalls a well as others nearby. You can buy tie-dye bags, hats, wooden carved masks.

  Serrekunda Batik Factory
It is located at the Musu Kebba Drammeh's compound, the famous, female tie-dye batiks manufacturer.

  Sunwing Craft Market
In Cape Point the market has more than 50 stalls selling jewellery, caps, shoes, paintings, tie and dye, batik, drums, rings, necklaces, wood carves, shoes, paintings & tops.

     
   
 


Above you will find background information, contact addresses, telephone numbers & main locations in the Greater Banjul area of the western coast region & up river areas of The Gambia, West Africa.










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