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Natural Resources of Gambia

The main natural resource of Gambia includes;

River Gambia

This is one of Africa’s best navigable waterways.

Quartz Sand

Large reserves of quartz (silica) sand, suitable for glass manufacture have been identified in the Greater Banjul Area. The Government continues to seek interested investors to exploit these deposits

Heavy Mineral Beach Sand Deposits

The estimated reserves of recoverable minerals yield a conservative total of about 995,000 tonnes

Other natural resources include;

  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
  • Fish
  • Clay
  • Silica
  • Sand
  • Titanium tin
  • Zircon

National Parks

Gambia has seven National Parks which include; Abuko National Park, Wetland National Park, Kiang West National Park, Niumi National Park, River Gambia National Park, Tanbi Wetland Complex and Tanji Bird National Park

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