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Getting around Freetown can be challenging and frustrating. Endless traffic jams at Lumley roundabout, trucks crashing in the narrow streets downtown, taxi drivers overcharging you because you’re a foreigner, police officers hungry for bribes at checkpoints; sometimes it pays to hire an SUV plus driver and leave the wahala behind. Still, taking local transport can...
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The Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA) is the country’s official agency to assist and inform investors and exporters. There has been significant improvements in the ease of doing business in Sierra Leone. New businesses are registered with the Office of the Registrator General while the Sierra Leone Chamber of Commerce is the...
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The Sierra Leone Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SLIEPA) is the country’s official agency to assist and inform investors and exporters. There has been significant improvements in the ease of doing business in Sierra Leone. New businesses are registered with the Office of the Registrator General while the Sierra Leone Chamber of Commerce is the...
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Land distances
This chart shows the distance between towns and cities in Sierra Leone, you can use it as a guide. The chart was provided courtesy of the Sierra Leone National Tourist Board.
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Land distances
This chart shows the distance between towns and cities in Sierra Leone, you can use it as a guide. The chart was provided courtesy of the Sierra Leone National Tourist Board.
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You can use the form below to book one vehicle for up to 12 days. If you have other requirements please contact us. All our vehicles are air-conditioned four wheel drivers. Our drivers are well experienced, English speaking and are well travelled around Sierra Leone. Vehicle rates include driver but fuel not included.     {jumi...
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The largest fishing grounds for shrimp in West Africa – along with tuna, snapper, mackeral, lobster and crab mean that Sierra Leone fishing can make a considerable contribution to the economy. Most of the fishing done is artisanal. For the fishing enthusiast, Sierra Leone offers a good playground – a place with world records. Recreational...
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Sierra Leoneans definitely love and know how to have a good time. While Freetown is not exactly brimming with night clubs, there is a a fair amount of local bars around. Alcohol is relatively cheap in most places and the advice is to party responsibly and be safe, beware of ‘kolonkos’ (prostitutes) and also know...
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Sierra Leoneans definitely love and know how to have a good time. While Freetown is not exactly brimming with night clubs, there is a a fair amount of local bars around. Alcohol is relatively cheap in most places and the advice is to party responsibly and be safe, beware of ‘kolonkos’ (prostitutes) and also know...
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