Plan your Travel

Make your planning flexible, as you are thinking, you might come across great ideas. Please don't hesitate to ask us any questions contact us, understand that Sierra Leone is an extremely poor country that emerges from 10 years civil war ended in 2002 which result Sierra Leone one of the poorest countries in the bottom of 176 countries in […]

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Manual Ferries — Travelling across regions

Travelling to some chiefdoms and towns in Sierra leone, you definitly have to cross rivers with ferries as plenty chiefdoms don’t have bridges or working bridges. With the newly evented manual ferries, one can even carry two vichcles and plenty more people to the other side of the river.  To make a sucessful trip across chiefdoms that you […]

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Sierra Leone Culture

    Plenty of our customs, traditions and beliefs are speedy fading out across Sierra Leone.  And also people in many parts of the country do widely performed practices of their ancestors, which have made  a village cultural show often brings out rich cultural experiences and point out beliefs, traditional and customary practices of the locals. As […]

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An experience of a visitor

My mission in Sierra Leone was to make links with a primary school on behalf of my own school. Every moment in Sierra Leone was special! The country is beautiful, travelling along the coast was an amazing experience and discovering beautiful white beaches was unforgettable. The beach BBQ of lobster was unbelievable and a great […]

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History

Sierra Leone was Originally called Sierra Lyoa meaning lions mountain. It is a small country on the west coast of Africa lying 900 kilometers north of the equator, in the region. on the south-east it is bounded by Liberia, On the north and north-east by the Guinea. The atlantic ocean form Sierra leone’s third frontier: […]

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Sierra Leone Specific Information

Sierra Leone Country Specific Information from U.S. department of State Security in Sierra Leone has improved significantly since the end of the civil war in 2002. The United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) withdrew in December 2005 and Sierra Leone resumed responsibilities for its own security. The Sierra Leonean police are working to […]

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