Freetown, Sierra Leone

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** FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE TOURS **

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  1. Jemilah
    Jemilah
    20 Mar 2018
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    Freetown is for foodies, party animals, adventurers, and anyone outgoing. The city is always buzzing with excitement and at the same time filled with lackadaisical Freetonians who fondly believe in the phrase “take am easy, saful saful” (take it easy, gently, gently).

    The people of Freetown, and Sierra Leone in general, are extremely friendly and naturally generous. Complete strangers will share with you, and there’s a strong sense of acceptance there. “We all na wan” (we are all one) is another popular phrase. Not to mention their one of the most religiously tolerant nations in the world.

    It’s best to visit during the holiday season (November-January) for obvious reasons. There’s a little bit of something for everyone. I visited Bunce Island, one of the largest slave castles on the Gold Coast, on New Year’s Eve, and it changed my life. The land was dead silent, a sharp contrast from the lively city. The tour guides were professional and very informative, narrating the lives of our ancestors to the best of their ability. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for a detailed historical tour.
    There is no nightlife in Freetown, but rather a continuous vibe of enjoyment. You can find a party (or at least a settlement with loud music and alcohol) at any hour of the day, no lie! If you’re looking for the club scene, there Quincy’s (formerly Paddies), Club 232, Warehouse, and a slew of others along the beach roads in the west. Not to mention numerous thriving clubs in the East like 2020.
    When you’re looking for relaxation and beautiful views, there are over 15 beaches to choose from including the white, sandy No. 2 Beach, The popular Lumley, Lakka for seafood lovers, and Bureh for those looking to catch a wave.

    There are sooo many fun things to do in Sierra Leone, and the bubbling personalities of its citizens make it the #1 travel destination for me – poverty and all. For questions or advice, feel free to email me at jalghali@gmail.com

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