Hotel Nemasu
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History

 

Nemasu began as a small 'camp' called Rasta Kunda, in 1992. Over the years it became run down, and by 2006 it was largely abandoned.

 

In late 2009, Greg Haarburger and Hillary Griffith, professional photographers & entrepreneurs from Australia & USA, were exploring West Africa with their son Daniel and daughter Bianca. The family fell in love with the wonderful people of Gambia, and the undeveloped natural beauty of the coastline. They began a partnership with the previous owner, and spent 2010 restoring the hotel and its surrounding forest. They now bring their combined experience to manage the hotel, protect the local environment, and introduce a range of projects to support the local community.