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Senekedugu
We continue our tour of Sweet Salone traveling east from Outamba Kilimi to Kabala, and the cool air of the Wara Wara Mountains.
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Breakfast at Tacugama
Apart from the sanctuary - Eco-lodges, hikes through the rain-forest, a community outreach program, bird spotting, yoga retreats and live Afro Jazz nights are just some of the activities Tacugama is involved with.
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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...
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Sierra_Leone_Beaches
Sierra Leone’s beaches have been praised by many and can be seen as its’ main tourist attraction. Even though a couple have been affected by sand-mining, they have been spared from commercialization and mass-tourism and offer some of the most stunning vistas of the continent.
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Built to blend into the environment and deliciously quiet, Estuary Resort is a haven for those looking to disappear for a couple of peaceful days. Take a drive around the Freetown Peninsula to John Obey Village, ignore the main road to the beach and keep an eye out for a colourful sign reading “John Obey...
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[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] Paddle down the mirror-calm Kabba River, get up close to majestic hippos and hike the wildlife-filled trails of Sierra Leone’s first National Park. Over the coming weeks, VSL Travel (Visit Sierra Leone) is touring the country to set up new day trips, short-breaks and tours for you to enjoy come the dry...
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Rogbonko
The brainchild of Sheka Forna, brother of celebrated author Aminatta Forna, Rogbonko Village Retreat is unlike any other accommodation available in Sierra Leone, offering not just the chance to wind-down in a truly magical forest setting, but also to live and immerse yourself in all aspects of rural village life. Following a stop for lunch...
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Banana Island - Dublin Wharf
The Banana Islands lie southwest of the Freetown Peninsula in Sierra Leone. The Islands are about a 20 minutes boat ride from Kent, and offer good opportunities for snorkeling and fishing or if you fancy it, a canoe trip around the Island. The Banana Islands are comprised of three Islands: Dublin, Ricketts and Mes-Meheux. The...
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