Tiwai island wild life sanctuary
Is part of the upper Guinea rain forest and is situate 50 km south of kenema.`on the MOA river. The island is covered in rain forest and is host to eleven primates, making it the second most densely populated area for primates in the world. The rare black and white colobus, the olive colobus, Diana monkeys and chimpanzees are all resident here. The island is also host to a large variety of other rare and endemic species including 135 known birds species and the endemic and elusive pygmy Hippopotamus. Take a boat cross the MOA river to the island, take a guided forest walk, a boat trip or enjoy the island on your own by winding the network of forest path in to the depth of the forest surrounded by the chorus of native. Simple accommodation is available in the island.