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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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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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 tour tours at 10:30am and 4:00pm, 7 days a week and this can be easily combined with one of our city tours. The tours are […]

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Picathartes Spotting

This is a 3-day tour that takes you beyond the trails into a bush habitat, to see the White-Necked Picathartes and other Endemic bird species in the Western Area Peninsular Forest. Departure & Return Location Freetown Departure Time 7.30am Also look out for Black-Crowned Night Heron, White-Backed Night Heron, White-Crested Tiger Heron, Palm-Nut Vulture, Red-Thighed […]

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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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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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