Outamba Kilimi National Park – OKNP (3 Days)

Reached by the remarkable Kabba Ferry – a floating pontoon incongruously attached to steel cabling that is used to pull you, and your vehicle, across the river in an adventure of itself – Outamba-Kilimi National Park (OKNP) is Sierra Leone’s first National Park. Most famous for its hippos – with near-guaranteed sightings in the Kabba […]

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Tiwai Island (3 days)

A visit to this tropical rain-forest is undoubtedly one of Sierra Leone’s wildlife highlights. Enriched by the lazily flowing waters of the Moa River you are immersed in the sights and sounds of this safe haven. There is some of the most diverse chimpanzee and monkey populations and more than 700 species of plants life..

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Gola Forest National Park (3 days)

The Gola Forest is the largest area of lowland rain forest remaining in Sierra Leone, and is one of the most important sites for the conservation of threatened wildlife in the country. The Gola Forest is the largest tract of closed canopy, lowland rain forest in Sierra Leone. It’s a fantastic site to visit for […]

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Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary

The work of the Sierra Leone Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Programme at Tacugama is definitely worth seeing. They started with a single chimpanzee and are now rehabilitating almost one hundred. There are tours at 10:30am and 4:00pm, 7 days a week and this can be easily combined with one of our city tours or multiple day tours. […]

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Dublin to Rickett Hike (Banana Islands)

For this hike, we will set off from Freetown early in the morning to be transferred to Dublin on Banana Island which a beautiful historic island full of backyard gardens, big breadfruit trees and rare and delightful butterflies. It also served as a transit centre for slaves from different parts of the Sierra Leone. Slaves […]

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Tiwai Island Heritage Trail

Karma Cola is a soft drink brand who got their cola nuts (used in producing the drinks) from Sierra Leone and they set up a Foundation with the sole aim to develop the communities where they purchase their cola nuts from. The Heritage Trail was introduced to Karma Cola in 2013 and since then, its […]

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