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    Fly to Sierra Leone's Beaches

    Finding paradise in Sierra Leone.

    Green forests, endless beaches, superb hiking and culinary experiences … Sierra Leone is happy to welcome you.

    Sierra Leone: a perfect beach destination

    West Africa’s secret beach destination.

    400 kilometres of stunning and virtually deserted sand beaches await you.

    Sierra Leone Hinterland

    A whole range of outdoor activities.

    Hiking, birdwatching, face-to-face meetings with chimpanzees in lush, evergreen forests. A must for all wildlife lovers.

    Flights to Freetown, Sierra Leone

    Perched between mountains and sea, Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, is a lively and colourful city in West Africa and one of the few natural harbours on the Atlantic Ocean. The city was founded by freed slaves from North America at the end of the 18th century; an ancient cotton tree still stands marking the spot of this historical event.

    Sierra Leone is one of West Africa’s best beach destinations offering a beach for every mood and need: party spots or secluded beaches, popular or wild, strictly for sunbathing or swimming, by a river or lagoon, with white or golden sand… No matter which one you choose, you can always treat yourself to a picnic with delicious fresh fish, crab or lobster while you enjoy stunning sunsets.

    Sierra Leone is a must visit for nature and wildlife lovers. Besides a range of outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, surfing, golf, diving, hiking, hunting…, you’ll be able to meet magnificent chimpanzees in their lush, natural rainforest habitat.

    So what are you waiting for? Book your flight ticket to Freetown now and discover Sierra Leone!


    What to do in Freetown and Sierra Leone?

    1. Dip into the cultural heritage of Sierra Leone at the Sierra Leone Museum. Knowledgeable guides bring the artefacts to life at this tiny but fascinating museum with background stories of “secret societies” and masquerade traditions.
    2. Take time to rummage for souvenirs around Big Market. This jumble of stalls is packed to the gills with an array of arts and crafts as well as everyday local household items.
    3. To get an insight into the slave trade in Sierra Leone you can rent a water taxi from Freetown and head to Bunce Island, one of the most important slave sites for African Americans. The tragic history of the site is balanced by the beautiful nature all around.
    4. Beach lovers are spoiled in Sierra Leone. River No. 2 Beach, just outside Freetown, is considered to be one of the best beaches in Africa. Find yourself in the middle of nowhere surrounded by white sand and lush mountains. You’ll also fall in love with the dolce vita in Sussex Beach and the palm trees and the charming little villages around Tokeh Beach. To hit the best waves, head south to Bureh or go to Mama Beach to admire colourful fishing boats. You can also sail to the Banana Islands, a real tropical paradise where you can relax on the beach, wander through the lush forest, and discover historical sites, diving and fishing.
    5. Are you looking for more adventure? Then head further south to the Turtle Islands passing by the hidden treasures of Bonthe. Reaching the islands can be quite a challenge, but once there you’ll experience real tropical paradise.
    6. Just 20 minutes from Freetown, take to the hills and trails of Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary to observe our furry relatives in a rainforest reserve. Stay for the weekend in the eco houses in the trees and combine the guided forest walks with some downward dogs at their yoga retreats.
    7. One of the most visited spots for hiking is the Loma Mountains Natural Reserve, boasting Mount Bitumani (almost 2000 m), the highest peak in the country. Nevertheless, there are also several hiking trails and walking routes in the mountains around Freetown.
    8. You’ll be warmly welcomed by Sierra Leoneans. To experience the local culture first-hand, stay in villages to experience the local way of living. Upcountry hamlets, coastal fishing villages, rice farms… the choice is yours.

    Practical information for your trip to Freetown

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Lungi International Airport. From there you can take a water-taxi to the city centre.
    • Time zone: UTC: +00:00.
    • Currency: The local currency is the Sierra Leone Leone. US dollars and euros can easily be changed into SLL. Credit Cards are accepted in few places.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The dialling code for Sierra Leone is +232. You will have no trouble finding Wi-Fi in major hotels and restaurants.
    • Electric sockets: Mostly British plugs, but you can also find some European ones. Best to bring an adaptor.
    • Travel information: A passport is mandatory whatever the reason for your stay or its length. In addition, you will need a visa to enter the country. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.
    • Vaccination: The only mandatory vaccination is Yellow Fever. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

    Dos and don'ts in Freetown

    • You can be relaxed in Sierra Leone, but avoid walking at night on the city beaches.
    • If you rent a car, don't drive outside Freetown after dark. Most roads in Freetown and outside are unlit.
    • Sierra Leone is predominantly Muslim, so make sure you adapt your behaviour. LGBTQ travellers should take extra care since homosexuality is illegal in the country.
    • Bargaining is a must whatever you are trying to purchase, except in restaurants where the price is on the menu.
    • A nice way to ride downtown is by Keke (similar to an Indian rickshaw/tuk-tuk): they arrived in Sierra Leone this year and are becoming very popular!
    • The official language of Sierra Leone is English but there are 23 living languages in the country. Krio is the most widely spoken language.

    A little basic Krio vocabulary

    • Hello: Kushe
    • Welcome: Kabor
    • Thank you: Tenki
    • How much? Omos?
    • How are you? How di body?
    • I’m coming: I di kam
    • Where? Oussé

    When to go to Sierra Leone?

    Any time from November to March is the best time to visit the country. Preferably avoid the rainy season from June to September.

    What to eat in Sierra Leone?

    • Among the local specialties: foofoo (served with bitter leaves), cassava leaves with rice and groundnut soup with rice.
    • It’s quite easy to buy and eat all kinds of fresh and delicious seafood, especially lobsters, shrimps of all sizes and oysters.
    • There is a big Lebanese community in Freetown and therefore a wide range of good Lebanese restaurants. Enjoy!
    • You are strongly advised to use bottled water only, and not water from the tap because it isn’t drinkable.

    Cultural events in Freetown

    • Ma Dengn (December): music festival combining live music, fashion, art, dance, conferences and performances.
    • Freetown Music Festival: second biggest music festival in Sierra Leone, held on Lumley Beach. On the menu: diverse music, local dance, and spicy meals.
    • Independence Day (27 April): the day is celebrated with commemorative presentations and informative discussions.
    • Kiln Sierra Leone Marathon (9 June), that takes place in the stunning Makeni countryside.
    • Sierra Leone International Film festival: great festival for anyone interested in international movies.

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