Experience life in a local village, trek through the rainforest looking for resident monkeys, get inspired by the resilient people of Sierra Leone, learn about life on the coast, explore historic Freetown
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The only thing needed to experience something spectacular is a sense of adventure. This incredible 10-day tour of Sierra Leone will guide the avid explorer through a little-visited nation that rewards attention. You’ll explore historic Freetown, get to know the locals during a village stay, spot wildlife on a riverboat cruise and get some time at the beach to unwind. Don’t expect the comforts of home—just the beauty of the people and the chance to experience something truly special. One-of-a-kind? This is it.
Arrive at any time.
Head inland with a stop in Makeni. Meet the village chief, visit farms, learn about rural life on a cultural walk, take a dip in the river and try local cuisine while listening to some local music.
Cross Moa River by boat to Tiwai Island and hike in the rainforest looking out for monkeys, chimps and birds. Visit a local village and take a relaxing boat ride.
Opt to volunteer in the community, relax on the beach, learn how to fish, or even take a day trip to Banana Island.
Head up the beach to this idyllic locale. Hike in the hills above the beach, try some palm wine, or enjoy one last day in the sun.
Visit the Tacugama Chimp Sanctuary, then explore Freetown in the afternoon.
Depart at any time.
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