The Gambia is a country in West Africa and is the smallest country on the continent of Africa. It has a short North Atlantic Ocean coastline in the west and is surrounded by Senegal so that it is almost an enclave.
Juffureh is a small town in Western Gambia on the North Bank of the Gambia River, most famous as the reputed origin of Alex Haley's ancestor Kunta Kinte, as described in Haley's novel Roots.
Sokone is a town in the Fatick administrative region of Central Senegal.
Brikama is city in Western Gambia and with a population of over 57,000 one of the largest in the Gambia.
Ziguinchor is a city in the Casamance region of southern Senegal. The region is also referred to historically and popularly as Basse Casamance.
Tanji is a fishing village on the western cost of Gambia in Western Gambia.
Mar Lodj is a rural community in Central Senegal. It belongs to the district of Fimela, in the Fatick administrative region.
Palmarin is a rural community in Central Senegal. It is part of the Fatick administrative region.