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10 Best Places to Visit in Sierra Leone

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Sierra Leone Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Sierra Leone? Check out our Sierra Leone Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Sierra Leone.

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Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary, Bureh Beach, River Number Two Beach, John Obey Beach, Lakka Beach, Lumley Beach, Cotton Tree, Outamba Kilimi National Park, Bunce Island, Banana Islands

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Travel Vlog - Sierra Leone 2017 Vlog Part 1

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Sierra Leone - A Hidden Paradise

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Top 5 Best Hotels in Freetown, Sierra Leone - sorted by Rating Guests

Radisson Blu Mammy Yoko Hotel, Freetown
17 Lumley Beach Road, Aberdeen, Freetown, Sierra Leone
3-star hotel in Freetown with outdoor pool and restaurant
Free WiFi
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Sierra Palms Resort
Lunley Beach, Freetown, Weatern Area, 00232, Sierra Leone
Upscale beachfront B&B in Freetown with restaurant
Free continental breakfast, free WiFi and free parking
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New Brookfields Hotel
Jomo Kenyatta, New Englandville, Freetown, Sierra Leone
4-star hotel in Freetown with restaurant and bar/lounge
Free WiFi and free parking
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Home Suites Boutique Hotel
78A Cape road, Bintumani Drive, Aberdeen, Freetown, Sierra Leone
4-star aparthotel in Freetown with outdoor pool and restaurant
Free WiFi and free parking
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Bintumani Hotel
11 Man of War Bay, Aberdeen Hill, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Bayfront hotel in Freetown with 2 restaurants and outdoor pool
Free buffet breakfast, free WiFi and free parking
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10 Best Destinations to Visit in Djibouti

Though it occupies a tiny corner in Northern Africa, Djibouti has copious amounts of beauty and sites that you really can’t believe unless you’ve seen them for yourself. Few places have such a variety of landscapes – like volcanoes, sinking plains, limestone chimneys with steam coming from the top, salt lakes, grand canyons, and gorgeous plateaus.
For those that love outdoor adventure, you’ll have plenty to keep you busy here. Enjoy snorkelling with the sharks, diving, kite surfing, and hiking. The country isn’t overly developed outside of the capital so spending time here makes for the perfect eco-travel experience as you get a peek of ancient nomadic life.

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Regent, beautiful suburb of Freetown in Sierra Leone, mountainous town, friendly people

Regent is a mountainous town in the Western Area Rural District of Sierra Leone. Regent lies approximately fifteen miles east of Freetown, and close to the village of Gloucester. The population of Regent is largely from the Creole ethnic group.
Regent is the hometown of Sierra Leonean economist and politician Solomon A.J Pratt
Regent was founded in 1812 to provide accommodation for liberated enslaved Africans, who had been brought to Freetown by the British Royal Navy West Africa Squadron.[1]:122 Originally called Hogbrook,[2] Regent was named in honour of the George IV of the United Kingdom, at the time Prince Regent of England.
St Charles Church[edit]
The St Charles’ Church was built in 1816 as part of the Parish Plan.[2] This stone church was financed by the colonial government, and from 1817 the Church Missionary Society paid for a minister, a position taken up by Rev. William Johnson, nicknamed the “Apostle of Regent”.[2] He was so successful in his evangelicism that soon his congregation exceded the 500 person capacity of the church, and a gallery was added so that another 200 worshippers could be catered for.[2] However after Johnson's death in 1823, the size of the congregation became much smaller.[2]
2017 mudslide[edit]
On the morning of August 14, 2017, a large landslide killed at least 350 people after a night of heavy rains, with the death toll expected to rise
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Sierra Leone Tourism: Provinces (by NTBSL)


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The country has still more to offer, such as a trip to the provinces. There is, for instance, Kabala, the largest town in the north of Sierra Leone. The place is remote, with wonderful landscapes...
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Sierra Leone

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1. Freetown
2. Bo
3. Kenema
4. Makeni
5. Koidu Town
6. Lunsar
7. Port Loko
8. Pandebu-Tokpombu
9. Kabala
10. Waterloo

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Sierra Leone , officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, is a country in West Africa. It is bordered by Guinea in the north-east, Liberia in the south-east, and the Atlantic ocean in the south-west. Sierra Leone has a tropical climate, with a diverse environment ranging from savannah to rainforests. Sierra Leone has a total area of 71,740 km2 (27,699 sq mi) and an estimated population of 6 million (2011 United Nations estimate). Freetown is the capital, largest city, and its economic and political centre. Bo is the second largest city and second major economic center in the country. The country is divided into four geographical regions: the Northern Province, Eastern Province, Southern Province and the Western Area, which are further divided into fourteen districts.

About sixteen ethnic groups inhabit Sierra Leone, each with their own language and custom. The two largest and most influential are the Temne and the Mende people. The Temne are predominantly found in the north of the country, while the Mende are predominant in the south-east. Although English is the official language spoken at schools and government administration, the Krio language is the most widely spoken language in the country and unites all the different ethnic groups in the country, especially in their trade and social interaction with each other. Sierra Leone is a predominantly Muslim country, though with an influential Christian minority. Sierra Leone is regarded as one of the most religiously tolerant nations in the world. Muslims and Christians collaborate and interact with each other peacefully. Religious violence is very rare in the country.

Sierra Leone has relied on mining, especially diamonds, for its economic base. It is also among the largest producers of titanium and bauxite, a major producer of gold, and has one of the world's largest deposits of rutile. Sierra Leone is home to the third-largest natural harbour in the world. Despite exploitation of this natural wealth, 70% of its people live in poverty.

Sierra Leone became independent in 1961. Government corruption and mismanagement of the country's natural resources contributed to the Sierra Leone Civil War (1991 to 2002), which over more than a decade devastated the country. It left more than 50,000 people dead, much of the country's infrastructure destroyed, and over two million people displaced as refugees in neighbouring countries.

More recently the 2014 Ebola outbreak threatens to lead the country into a humanitarian crisis situation and a negative spiral of weaker economic growth.

Archaeological finds show that Sierra Leone has been inhabited continuously for at least 2,500 years, populated by successive cultures of peoples who migrated from other parts of Africa. The people adopted the use of iron by the 9th century, and by 1000 A.D. agriculture was being practiced by coastal tribes. The climate changed considerably during that time, and boundaries among different ecological zones changed as well, affecting migration and conquest.

Sierra Leone's dense tropical rainforest and swampy environment was considered impenetrable; it was also host to the tsetse fly, which carried disease fatal to horses and zebu cattle used by the Mande people. This environmental factor protected its peoples from conquest by the Mande and other African empires. This also reduced the Islamic influence of the Mali Empire. But the Islamic faith, introduced by Susu traders, merchants and migrants from the north and east, became widely adopted in the 18th century.

European contacts within Sierra Leone were among the first in West Africa. In 1462, Portuguese explorer Pedro de Sintra mapped the hills surrounding what is now Freetown Harbour, naming the shaped formation Serra da Leoa or Serra Leoa (Portuguese for Lioness Mountains). The Spanish rendering of this geographic formation is Sierra Leona, which later was adapted and, misspelled, became the country's current name.

Soon after Sintra's expedition, Portuguese traders arrived at the harbour. By 1495 they had built a fortified trading post. The Dutch and French also set up trade here, and each nation used Sierra Leone as a trading point for slaves brought by African traders from interior areas. In 1562, the English initiated the Triangle Trade when Sir John Hawkins transported 300 enslaved Africans – acquired by the sword and partly by other means – to the Spanish colony of Santo Domingo in the Caribbean, where he sold them.

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Tracking Elephants in Sierra Leone

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After yesterday's amazing journey into Sierra Leone on a motorcycle, I got the chance to explore Outamba-Kilimi National Park a little bit today. We trekked through the forest almost the entire day searching for forest elephants as well as other animals. Did we spot anything? Gotta watch to find out!

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Beautiful Sierra Leone - The Best Country in Africa

Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa, on the Atlantic Ocean. It’s known for the white-sand beaches lining the Freetown Peninsula. The capital city, Freetown, commemorates the nation’s slave-trade history with the Cotton Tree landmark and King’s Yard Gate. Both were known as places of refuge for returned slaves in the 18th and 19th centuries. Nearby Bunce Island was a key departure point during the slave trade.

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Freetown is the economic and financial centre of Sierra Leone. The country's state television and radio station, the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation, is primarily based in Freetown. They have regional headquarters in the country's other primary cities of Bo, Kailahun, Kenema, Koidu Town, Magburaka and Makeni. The other national broadcasters, such as Capital Radio, are also based in Freetown. Many of the country's largest corporations locate their headquarters' home offices in Freetown as well as the majority of international companies.
The city's economy revolves largely around its final natural harbour, which is the largest natural harbour on the continent of Africa. Queen Elizabeth II Quay is capable of receiving oceangoing vessels and handles Sierra Leone's main exports.
Industries include food and beverage processing, fish packing, rice milling, petroleum refining, diamond cutting, and the manufacture of cigarettes, paint, shoes, and beer.[citation needed] the Fula and Sierra Leonean-Lebanese play a major role in local trade in the city.
The city is served by the Lungi International Airport, located in the city of Lungi, across the river estuary from Freetown.
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A Morning on No 2 River then Back to Frantic Freetown, Sierra Leone

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After a night of beers on No. 2 River the day before I spent the morning of day 52 exploring Number 2 River with the camera lens. It really is a beautiful place, and perhaps Sierra Leone's crown jewel. In the afternoon, I pick up shop and head back to Freetown where I'm preparing to continue my journey towards Liberia.

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No. 2 River and Beers on the Beach in Sierra Leone

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Number 2 River is famous for having perhaps the most beautiful beach in all of West Africa, and this treasure in Sierra Leone doesn't disappoint at all. The best part is I have the beach nearly all to myself. The only other 2 guests here are a couple film makers whom I share a number of beers with.

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