Situated in West Africa by the North Atlantic Ocean, The Gambia is almost an enclave of Senegal. It is the smallest country in the continent of Africa. The climate is tropical with a hot and rainy season (June to November) and a cool and dry season (November to May). In terms of terrain, the flood plain of the Gambia River is flanked by some low hills. Important natural resources include clay, silica sand, titanium and tin.
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