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“Ecotourism is the echo of the waves, the echo of the birds in the mangroves, the echo from the mountains. Come and explore our white sand beach, turquoise waters and view of the Banana and Plantain islands not far from the shore.” Mr. Barrie, representative of the N.D.A. Its name might be slightly confusing; River...
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SLRTC buses
Firstly, the official government-owned bus company is called the Sierra Leone Road Transportation Corporation (SLRTC). They provide public transport to all major towns and cities throughout the country and even to Conakry.
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Senekedugu
We continue our tour of Sweet Salone traveling east from Outamba Kilimi to Kabala, and the cool air of the Wara Wara Mountains.
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Breakfast at Tacugama
Apart from the sanctuary - Eco-lodges, hikes through the rain-forest, a community outreach program, bird spotting, yoga retreats and live Afro Jazz nights are just some of the activities Tacugama is involved with.
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National Hero - Bai Bureh
Sierra Leone has a rich cultural history. Freetown in itself has plenty of historical sites that you can visit, such as the Cotton Tree, Wilberforce and the Sierra Leone National Museum.
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The Makeni Club house
Sierra Leone is known by tourists for astonishing beaches, Freetown madness and tropical islands. But there is much more to Sierra Leone than just the coast; the provinces, also called up line and up country, are a great place to visit and explore. One of the cities that is both easy and interesting to visit...
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The most common response I get when I say I live in Sierra Leone is: “Sierra Leone? That must be intense, it is very dangerous, right?”. Wrong.
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Bunce Heritage
The experience of Bunce Island was one that stirred me deeply, and in this article I will share my experience of one of the most astonishing and humbling tours I have ever been on.
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Sierra Leone Decides
Another peaceful election, strengthening the message that Sierra Leone is a safe and peaceful country, and that there are very little safety concerns, even during volatile times such as elections. The country deserves more credit than it gets.
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Did you know that there used to be a railway system in Sierra Leone? Or that the Wallace Johnson bus station used to be a train station? If you find yourself entirely oblivious to Sierra Leone’s train past, fear not- so do most people in the world. We highlight this fascinating piece of Sierra Leone's...
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