The Paradise Inn Lodge is adjacent to Tanji bird reserve and the beach (a typical working fishing village where you can watch the local boats bring in the daily catch) is half-an-hour away by foot. The accommodation comprises of 20 individual round huts. There is no swimming pool, though the peaceful natural surroundings more than compensate for this. Close to Tanji Bird Reserve and beach - Very relaxed, quiet place Relaxation, nature and tranquillity are the keywords of your stay in the Paradise Inn. This unique lodge, situated on the banks of the Tanji river, gives you the opportunity to explore the astonishing birdlife of the famous Tanji reserve, experiencing the African style of living and enjoy African hospitallity. The huts are build in typical African-style with a bar/restaurant, reception, souvenirshop. Even in our delightful tropical grounds you can spot more than 100 individual kinds of birds. The Lodge was founded in 1996. The original plan for building and exploiting a lodge in this style was the idea of Mr. Paul Bakary Jallow. At first 5 little type huts were built and later the others, which are substantially wider in diameter. The huts are built in the traditional style of the Fula Tribe. They are usual round huts that offer you the rare combination European comfort in the traditional African style. Each room contains a cold water shower, toilet, sink and is equipped with a double bed and little living room (no airco). The chef is cooking European/African food, continental breakfast and barbecue’s can be arranged. Please note: Cancellation Policy: 3 days before the arrival Minimum Stay: 3 nights Check In: 3.00 pm Check Out: 11.00 am Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash only! Breakfast is included. Taxes are included.