Kartong Village and Kartong Beach

Kartong Village and Kartong beach ecotourism resort are located in Kombo South District, in the West Coast Region on the southern tip of the southwest coast of The Gambia, in West Africa.

The rural settlement lies on the Kombo Coastal Road, near its termination, and near the international border with the Senegal, which is demarcated by the Allahein River (San Pedro River).

Kartong (also spelt Kartong) is a multi-ethnic village community, largely made up of Mandinka, followed by  Jola, and other minority tribes such as Karoninka and Balanta.

The village has a population of about 5,500 people; is about 60km from Banjul capital, and is one of the smallest and oldest settlements in Kombo South.