Kabala, Senekedugu & the Wara Wara Mountains

Whether it is the cool breeze that blows through the valleys, the fantastic mountainous backdrop, the fertility of the land, or the big smiles of the inhabitants, there is a tranquility to Kabala that refreshes and revives even the most drained of visitor. Nowhere is this feeling more evident than hiking one of the many […]

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Pickett Hill

Hiking on the mountains along the peninsula can be an amazing experience especially when coming from Coba Wata (a village of about 50 people when coming from Waterloo). The way from Coba Water gives travelers a combined experience of both the mountain and pre-colonial life around the Peninsula. Just at the starting point in the […]

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Sugar Loaf Mountain (Mt Sugarloaf)

Leaving Regent, the hike begins for real as you dive into the shade of the rainforest that forms such a beautiful cloak around Sugar Loaf Mountain. Beginning to climb steeply, layered canopies of trees arch their way above you, punctured by shards of light that entice you on to the open-air of the peak. Twice […]

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Mambo Waterfall

The Mambo waterfall is an instant charmer for those who love to hike, those who love adventure, and those who would want to take a quick break from the hustles and bustles of the urban lifestyle. It is totally doable and child friendly too. Located on the other side of a downward slope in the […]

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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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Bintumani (Loma) Mountain

Due to the terrain and from our experience in this area we would recommend that you head for the mountain via the Kabala Township and you will need at least 4 days to do this challenging but extremely fulfilling experience. The best time is between January and April when the water levels would have subsided, […]

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