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Sierra Leone is an undiscovered paradise that has been a dealt a poor hand. Tourism and investments were blossoming after the end of the civil war in 2002 and then, just as it was finding its feet, Ebola struck. However, the World Health Organisation has now declared it officially Ebola-free and Tailormade Africa is spearheading the campaign to develop eco-tourism in the country and reintroduce intrepid travellers to this truly beautiful corner of West Africa.

  • Track the endangered pygmy hippo and 11 primate species on Tiwai Island
  • Laze on white-sand beaches that rival the Caribbean
  • Visit a world-respected chimpanzee rehabilitation centre
  • Pay your respects at Bunce Island slave fort
  • Climb Mount Bintumanu – West Africa’s highest mountain
  • Spot rare rainforest birds at Gola

Relatively small by African standards, it’s packed with travel highlights and stunning beaches, making it an ideal alternative winter-sun destination for 7-10 nights.

In place of the ‘Big Five’ are chimpanzees and the elusive pygmy hippo; its rainforests – with over 330 species of bird – are a haven for twitchers; its communities are steeped in traditional beliefs; and its palm-fringed islands and miles of pristine sugar-sand beaches – one of which even featured in a Bounty chocolate bar advert – are ideal for those seeking to wind down at the end of an adventure.

Furthermore, by travelling to Sierra Leone you will be helping directly with the rebuilding process and as an added bonus Tailormade Africa will donate a portion of each booking to UK education and child welfare organisation Street Child that provides shelter and education for the 13,000 children orphaned by Ebola. We actively encourage anyone travelling to Sierra Leone to see the work they do.

We are one of only a handful of companies in the world who offer tailormade trips to Sierra Leone and Rob Morley, one of our co-founders, is one of the only true Sierra Leone travel experts with extensive first-hand knowledge of the country.

Sierra Leone is not Africa for beginners, but with our strong local connections, superb guides and first-hand experience you will be well looked after and come back with memories to last a lifetime! To hear more about Sierra Leone and plan a trip there please do get in touch with Rob.

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Rob and Clyde have over 40 years of African safari experience between the two of them. Whether you are a seasoned Africa traveller or thinking about visiting the continent for the first time, we would love to hear from you.
Speak to an expert at +44 7809 726266 (Clyde) or +44 7791 360170 (Rob) or fill in the contact form below. Alternatively, email us at [email protected].





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