The Gambia is a small coastal county in West Africa surrounded by Senegal on the Atlantic coast. The Gambia has a tropical climate. There is a hot and rainy season. The Gambia’s beaches invite visitors to laze at a beautiful beaches, enjoy the hot weather and there’s plenty to do when you’re not raving!

Jungle Inna DJungle 2019 will take place in Kololi, the main tourist coastal area of Gambia. Kololi boasts 40 hotels, guesthouses and restaurants serving all cuisine types, from pizza, steakhouses and seafood to all the well known European foods including vegetarian options. The local dishes of Domoda, Chicken Yassa, Benachin and Plasas. Kololi also offers a wide range of shops, and all the usual resort amenities; banks, car hire, hairdressers, chemist and supermarkets. During the day there are a number activities if you fancy a little action you can go on 4×4 Safari trips, hire quad bikes, ride horses on the beach and sail on the boats.

Let’s not forget the beach bar which opens from midday – 19.00pm serving food, cocktails, beers and the local coconut specialities. Pool parties start in the afternoon 14.00pm. So if you’re looking for a winter sun Jungle drum and bass clubbing experience with a holiday included, this is the place to be!!

Come and enjoy the festival days at the allocated hotel pool parties, activities including beach volley, and horse riding. Fun Dayz choose between the inclusive festival pass which allows you to come and enjoy the full 5 nights of sun, sea and sizzling sounds of Jungle, Drum and Bass.


Gatwick – Banjul

21/11/19 London – Banjul

Dep London 07.55am – Arr Banjul 14.15pm

26/11/19 Banjul – London

Dep Banjul 15.55pm – Arr London 21.55pm

​Weekend flights from Birmingham, Manchester, Barcelona, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Amsterdam.

Amsterdam – Banjul

OUTBOUND – various

INBOUND – various

Frankfurt -Banjul

21/11/19 Frankfurt – Casablanca

Dep Frankfurt 17.10pm – Arr Casablanca 20.45pm

21/11/19 Casablanca 22.50pm – 1.35am Banjul

26/11/19 Banjul – Casablanca

Dep Banjul 02.35am – Arr Casablanca 06.55am

27/11/19 Casablanca – Frankfurt

Casablanca 12.40pm Arr 16.10pm

Layover : 2H 5m

19/11/19 Frankfurt – Barcelona

Dep Frankfurt 11:05am – Arr Barcelona 13:05pm

19/11/19 Barcelona – Banjul

Dep Barcelona 17:40pm – Arr Banjul 20:40pm

26/11/19 Banjul – Barcelona

Dep Banjul 21:40pm – Arr Barcelona 03:35am (+1) 27/11/19

27/11/19 Barcelona – Frankfurt

Dep Barcelona 06:55am Arr 09:05am

* Flights Based on quickest route / Minimum change / layover

* 7 day option from 19th November – 26th November Frankfurt to Banjul and Gatwick to Banjul same price* discounted for JIJ festival goers.

​For Bookings from other destinations including Brussels contact info@jungleinnadjungle.com for Discount Code* must purchase Festival Pass as part of package. Helpline: 07870576606


Allocated hotels located at event venues or neighbouring hotels.

Hypolink Hotel – 4* beachfront hotel. Selection of seafront/ Balcony rooms / Gym / Spa / Pool / Bar/ Room service / Beach

Djembe Hotel – 4* beachfront hotel. Pool/ Activities/ Restaurant/ Infinity pool /Seaview

Metzy Apartments – Modern Beachfront apartments Fully furnished / Breakfast / Seaview / Laundry service

Calabash Residence – Newly refurbished beachfront residence Self catering  Apartments &Suites / Breakfast / Full services





Festival Pass holders can book hotels, guest houses and villas directly though Jungle Inna DJungle (discounted rates).



This 5 day inclusive pass covers flight, accommodation and all access priority pass. Accommodation is one of the three allocated hotels. Allocation is based on first come basis.

With pass you just arrive with your pulley and swimwear… Don’t forget the sunglasses!


  • access to all Jungle Inna DJungle events

  • discounts to chosen bars and restaurants

  • Priority access to events

  • Beach rave included

  • Entry for MC and dancer competition  ​​

Only Festival Passes purchased through Jungle Inna DJungle and authorised tickets sellers will be accepted. Wrist bands are provided on acceptance of tickets authenticity.


Thursday 21st November –
Meet and Greet Hotels 5pm
22.00pm – 04.30am @ Opening Party

The Bass and the bass and the bass… Jungle Inna DJungle. Come and experience the first ever Jungle drum and bass DJ set.
The best line up of Jungle and drum and bass DJs and MCs touch it down in the ‘Smiley Coast’.
Jungle legends V Gambian sound
DJ set times TBC

Friday 22nd November –
Meet and Greet @ Hypolink 11.00am

Day time enjoy the pool parties, beach activities – horse riding, beach quads.
African Drumming competition
Dancer and MC competitions
DJ sessions during the day

Saturday 23rd November –
22:00pm – 05:00am @ Hypolink Club

Dance the night away to the legends of Jungle Drum and Bass, from the super club venue main stage, pools and various dance areas. This night is going to be special. Confirmed for Saturday’s line up is DJKenny Ken, Groove Rider, Brockie and MCDET.
DJ set times TBC

Sunday 24th November –
12.00pm – 7pm @ Boat Party

We will be hosting the first ever Jungle Inna DJungle Boat party cruising down the Gambian River get your tickets for £40. The cruise boat will be set for your raving pleasure… with DJ area, seating, refreshments including bar and food.

Come and sail down the river enjoy the birds, wildlife. When the boat stops why not swim in the Atlantic or try some fishing.
The boat will set sail at 13:00pm, please be at ready to board by 12.00pm, the boat will leave promptly.
Line Up includes Ragga Twins- Champions Jungle Soundclash 2019.
DJ set times TBC

Sunday 24th November –
22:00pm till Sunrise @ Beach Club

Dance all night to the best Jungle DNB at the beach front club until Sunrise. Along the backdrop of the Atlantic with the sand beneath your feet. This night will be like no other, the Jungle Inna DJungle truly comes alive to the beat of the bass along the Atlantic coast. Dance on the sand all night and watch the sunrise…
DJ set times TBC

Monday 25th November 2019 –
All Day – @ Fun Dayz

4×4 Safari

This full day Senegal Safari which sees you travel by land rover to the Banjul to Barra ferry crossing. This, in itself, is quite an experience as you join the hustle and bustle of everyday life on the crossing to Senegal. Back on the land rover and on to the Fathala wildlife reserve where you get to see rhinoceros, giraffe, zebra, antelope and ostrich. The Lion Walk is exactly that. You* get to walk with lions after some brief initial training. These animals up close are awesome and you get to spend some quality time watching them roam around and climb trees. The whole journey there and back gives you a unique insight into life as it is in both the Gambia and Senegal.

The Full day includes:
River Rides
Banjul/Barra Ferry Crossing
Fathala Wildlife
Local Village
Lunch Included
The best Gambia Tour Guides
* Height restriction 1.5 metres for lion walk

Juffureh / Roots Tour

This trip starts from your hotel from where we will drive to join others at the Banjul seaport and cruise to James Island (presently called Kunta Kinteh Island). You will have complimentary coffee or other drinks at the start of the cruise followed by a sandwich. There is a chance that you might see dolphins swimming alongside, which is always a bonus when this happens making it unforgettable.

​On arrival at Juffureh you will be taken to see the Freedom Pole, have a tour of the museum, and walk though the village to visit Kunta Kinteh’s family compound. You will see and feel the warmth of welcome from the local people as you walk through the craft market. At the compound you will hear about the history of the slave trade that started in 1456 and was abolished in 1807. Fiinally, you will be back on the boat for lunch before heading back to Banjul seaport, where your transport will be waiting.

The day includes:
Boat Ride
Slave Trade History
Kunte Kinteh Family Compound
Dolphins (possible)

Deep Sea Fishing

Otherwise known as “Sport Fishing” there are different types of fishing available here depending on the time of year and your preference. Either option involves a short trip to Denton Bridge by land or a nearby beach to pick up a speed boat. Local fisherman will prepare the rods, any required bait and talk you through how to fish.

If the conditions are right you can go after Barracuda, Red Snapper, Captain, Grouper and sometimes Tuna. This involves trolling with rod and line and spinner and landing with a net. Bottom fishing requires a weight and bait and is done with the boat at anchor. Here you are more likely to catch the delicious Butterfish, Lady fish and Grouper.

Jennah Day Trip

Travel by boat and 4×4 to the island of Jennah. More information from info@jungleinnadjungle.com

Tuesday 26th November 2019

Depart Banjul…

The information below covers the most common types of travel and reflects the UK government’s understanding of the rules currently in place. Unless otherwise stated, this information is for travellers using a full ‘British Citizen’ passport. The authorities in the country or territory you’re travelling to are responsible for setting and enforcing the rules for entry. If you’re unclear about any aspect of the entry requirements, or you need further reassurance, you’ll need to contact the embassy, high commission or consulate of the country or territory you’re travelling to. You should also consider checking with your transport provider or travel company to make sure your passport and other travel documents meet their requirements.


For visits of less than a month, you don’t need to get a visa before you travel. British nationals are given a 28 day stamp in their passports on arrival. You can get further 28-day extensions from the Immigration Office in Banjul or the Tourist Police Stations in the Tourism Development Area. If you’re planning to enter The Gambia for a period longer than 3 months, check entry requirements with the Gambian High Commission in London.


Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.
UK Emergency Travel Documents (ETDs) are valid for entry and exit at Banjul airport.

Yellow fever certificate requirements- Yellow Fever is not required as an entry requirement to The Gambia.


If you’re planning to travel outside the UK, your travel health needs will depend on your individual situation, including:

Your destination, how long you’ll stay, what you’ll be doing, your general health. Ideally consult with your travel healthcare practitioner 6-8 weeks in advance of travel. If your trip is sooner, contact them anyway, they may still be able to help and its never too late to seek advice. Many of the health problems experienced by travellers cannot be prevented by vaccinations and other measures need to be taken. These include food and water safety, accident prevention, care with sun exposure, avoiding insect bites and animal bites, and practicing good respiratory hygiene.

If you will be travelling with medication (including over the counter medication) you should check for any restrictions on medications before you travel, you can do this by contacting the embassy of the country you’re visiting.

​Gambia does have mosquito’s so ensure you have Malaria precautions. Avoid mosquito bites by covering up with clothing such as long sleeves and long trousers especially after sunset, using insect repellents on exposed skin and, when necessary, sleeping under a mosquito net. Malaria risk peaks in cases between July and September. Check with your doctor or nurse about suitable antimalarial tablets. Malaria is a serious disease transmitted by mosquitoes. You cannot be vaccinated against malaria.

​For emergency medical numbers check the website of the British High Commission in Banjul. You should contact your insurance company if you are referred to a medical facility for treatment.


Allocated hotels located at event venues or neighbouring hotels.

Hypolink Hotel – 4* beachfront hotel. Selection of seafront/ Balcony rooms / Gym / Spa / Pool / Bar/ Room service / Beach

Metzy Apartments – Modern Beachfront apartments Fully furnished / Breakfast / Seaview / Laundry service

Djembe Hotel – 4* beachfront hotel. Pool/ Activities/ Restaurant/ Infinity pool /Seaview

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