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July 2, 2009
This page contains information on Sierra Leone’s diplomatic and consular missions abroad. All persons entering Sierra Leone must have a valid passport or travel document. Citizens of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) do not require a visa to enter the Sierra Leone, but most other nationalities do. If you are resident in a...
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This page contains information on Sierra Leone’s diplomatic and consular missions abroad. All persons entering Sierra Leone must have a valid passport or travel document. Citizens of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) do not require a visa to enter the Sierra Leone, but most other nationalities do. If you are resident in a...
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Mobile telephone use is high which is no surprise seeing as landlines are notoriously unreliable. This makes it a “must bring along” item. However, there are cheap handset which can be purchased locally.
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Mobile telephone use is high which is no surprise seeing as landlines are notoriously unreliable. This makes it a “must bring along” item. However, there are cheap handset which can be purchased locally.  Tip: Providers like Airtel and Africell offer cheap handsets that you can purchase in country if you do not want to bring...
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Brussels Airlines Airbus
Flights into and out of Sierra Leone. Please also see our getting to Sierra Leone for more information and transfers page to book tickets in advance for the shuttle to Freetown.  All flights arrive at Freetown International Airport, Lungi. DOWNLOAD LATEST SEA COACH EXPRESS SCHEDULE DAY FLIGHT FROM ARRIVAL   TO DEPARTURE  Monday ROYAL AIR MAROC Casablanca 04.00   Casablanca...
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Getting around Sierra Leone
There are various ways of getting around Sierra Leone, from the convenient and pricey to the cheap and downright dangerous. Vehicle Hire For convenience, we always recommend hiring a vehicle while in Sierra Leone. This will give you a lot of flexibility in mobility, but vehicle hire can be pricey. We offer offer competitive rates...
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Getting around Sierra Leone
There are various ways of getting around Sierra Leone, from the convenient and pricey to the cheap and downright dangerous.
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You can reach Sierra Leone by road from Guinea or Liberia. Conakry is about two to three hours from the border towns of Pamelap and Kambia (via Gbalamuya). To travel through Guinea you will need a document called ‘laissez passer’ and your vehicle will need to be insured for Guinea. You can take out an ECOWAS insurance...
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You can reach Sierra Leone by road from Guinea or Liberia. Conakry is about two to three hours from the border towns of Pamelap and Kambia (via Gbalamuya). To travel through Guinea you will need a document called ‘laissez passer’ and your vehicle will need to be insured for Guinea. You can take out an ECOWAS insurance...
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Sea Coach Boat
Lungi Airport can be noisy, but the noise is mostly caused by porters falling over themselves to provide some sort of assistance that will land them a tip. It’s organised chaos, but consider using our meet and assist service to have a friendly and familiar face meet you on arrival.
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