+232 76 258 258 info@vsltravel.com

Category

Blog
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...
Read More
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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.
Read More
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...
Read More
Sierra Palms Resort
The brand-new Sierra Palms Resort is the ultimate destination for both business travelers and tourists who are looking for comfort, productivity and entertainment.
Read More
NEC Sierra Leone elections
As a visitor, the election period can seem intimidating, but what is it really like to be in Sierra Leone during the elections? It's understandable that many avoid the country at this time, but is it indeed dangerous to be here? Here's what you need to know about the 2018 Presidential Elections.
Read More
Bissap picture courtesy of Mahwu Pantry
Every country has their own specialties when it comes to beverages. In Sierra Leone, the best drinks are fresh, cheap and perfect for the hot tropical climate. Here are five drinks that should try out when visiting Sierra Leone.
Read More
Poyo Drinker and Cup
Also referred to as the drink that came from God to Man, palm wine (or poyo) has many Sierra Leoneans go wild. Poyo is tapped from the high tops of palm trees and is a mildly sweet and sour sap that is loved by many.
Read More
Yung Sal, Ma dengn
On the 16th and 17th of December 2017, Ma Dengn held its sixth edition. It was a weekend full of the best Sierra Leonean music, food, traditions, fashion, art and crafts. Here are some highlights of the festival.
Read More
1 2 3 4 7