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Ultimate Sierra Leone

Available Departures: Dec

15 days from

US$5,020

without flights
Pioneer
Guided Group
MODERATE MODERATE

Two weeks exploration of this incredible country, from the highest point in West Africa to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Trip Code: PXSL
Holiday Grades

Our Holiday Grades Explained

To show the relative difficulty of our holidays, each trip is graded on a scale of 1 to 12, with 12 being the most challenging. Although we have tried to make our grading system as clear as possible, it cannot take into account your personal interests, abilities or experience. If you have any questions about the nature of a particular trip or its suitability for you, please read the 'Is this holiday for you?' section or contact us.

 1 - 3 LEISURELY
1 - 3 LEISURELY

Suitable for most people in good health, holidays at this grade include only limited amounts of activity.

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4 - 6 MODERATE
4 - 6 MODERATE

Suitable for reasonably fit individuals, such as weekend walkers and cyclists. There can be the occasional more difficult day.

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7 - 9 CHALLENGING
7 - 9 CHALLENGING

Physically challenging holidays, where you need to be prepared before you go.

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10 - 12 TOUGH
10 - 12 TOUGH

Our toughest holidays, involving many long days, often in isolated areas. A high level of fitness and previous wilderness and mountain experience is essential.

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Ultimate Sierra Leone

Highlights
  • Ascend to the upper reaches of Mount Bintumani (1,945m), the highest mountain in West Africa.

  • Trek through the rainforest to Tiwai Island reserve on the banks of the river Moa, home to the elusive pygmy hippo, chimps and endangered monkeys.

  • Pay a visit to the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary and stay on site in chalets within the rainforest.

  • Relax on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, including River No.2 beach at Tokeh and camp under the stars on the Banana Islands.


At a Glance
  • Group Size 4 to 15
  • 14 days touring and sightseeing with some short rainforest walks and four hill walking days
  • Max altitude 1945m
  • Join At Freetown (Lungi) International Airport

Accommodation & Meals
  • 14 Breakfasts
  • 13 Lunches
  • 14 Dinners
  • 1 nights Guesthouse
  • 2 nights Ecocamp
  • 7 nights Hotel
  • 1 nights Ecolodge
  • 2 nights Camping
  • 1 nights Tented Camp
Overview

We’ll spend two weeks discovering the real Sierra Leone, far beyond the news headlines that have hampered the progress of this beautiful country in the past. We’ll discover how the vibrant and bustling capital city of Freetown got its name, and spend some time uncovering its fascinating history. The true heart of this trip is during our time spent inland where we’ll get to meet village chiefs and join in with daily life activities of the villagers, including weaving, cooking, dancing and other rituals. A real highlight of this authentic adventure experience.

We’ll be guided on a hike to the higher reaches of West Africa’s highest peak, Mt. Bintumani, and we’ll climb a hill in the Wara Wara Mountains to admire the views of the many and varied shapely hills that are typical of this region. There is a dark colonial past here too, that we aim to face head on, with visits to the once fortified British slave islands of Bunce and Tasso.

We’ll head deep into the rainforest at Tiwai Island, the air filled with humidity and tropical birdsong, to try and find some of the many wonderful creatures that call this habitat home, including the elusive pygmy hippos, noisy and abundant chimpanzees, and the endangered Colobus and Diana monkeys. Finally, after nearly two weeks of intense exploring in the interior of this fascinating country, we’ll finish our journey with a trip out to the coast. The schedule relaxes here to allow us time to unwind on Banana Island, and the beautiful stretch of white sand beach back on the mainland, known as River No. 2, with the constant crash and hush of the Atlantic Ocean as a soundtrack to our final couple of days.

You’ll return to Lungi airport by sea coach with a head, and camera, full of memories, body replete after two weeks of amazing adventures in one of the least travelled destinations in West Africa.   


 

This is an active discovery tour. Most days will include a walk, with a few days more strenuous exercise including four days in hilly and occasionally mountainous terrain. There will be considerable time spent in a bus and 4x4s as we travel between destinations and we have four different boat rides built into the tour too. We won’t be sitting still for long. This holiday will be packed full of new discoveries and fascinating West African culture, spending much of our time off the beaten track in functional accommodation, including hotels and guesthouses in built up areas, to campsites and tents in the interior, and on Banana island. Naturally, being a tropical destination, we’ll be surrounded by exotic flora and fauna most days, so if you’re comfortable with a few bugs and bats and would love to spend time amongst the charismatic chimpanzees in their natural habitat, then this is the adventure for you.

Why KE?

Trust KE to bring you new and exciting destinations for you to discover. Our trip takes you further than the beaches and islands that surround Freetown, into the heart of the country. We’ll meet village chiefs, climb the country’s highest mountain and delve deep into the rainforests of this intriguing country in search of playful primates and elusive hippos. In true KE spirit, we’ll push further and higher than other operators, to give you the best impression of this emerging adventure travel destination, and leave you with indelible memories of this incredible place for years to come.

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Itinerary

Arrival at Lungi International Airport, and then transfer to Freetown arriving in style. We will board a water taxi to take us on a half hour journey from the port at Lungi into the centre of Freetown across the natural harbour of Tagrin Bay. A bus will then meet us to transfer us through the bustling streets of Freetown to our accommodation for our next three nights. We'll have time to freshen up before dinner, an introduction to our guides and the epic journey that lies ahead.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

D

Today we embark on a full exploration of the capital city of Sierra Leone. The tour will include visits to the railway museum, Old Fourah Bay College, The Peace and Cultural Museum, and the gateway to the King's Yard, amongst other highlights. We'll also seek out the remains of the symbolic cotton tree, blown down in a recent storm. Despite this it remains a symbol of freedom, shelter and the founding point of Freetown hundreds of years ago, when freed slaves returned to their hometown to claim this place, rightfully as their own. We'll be hopping on and off our bus throughout our busy day visiting sites across the city and learning all about the epicentre of this fascinating country.

After a busy day's exploration, we'll retire to the comfortable surrounds of our hotel in the hilly suburbs of Freetown.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

We head out on a boat ride today, bound for an island that symbolises a low point of British colonial rule. Today will be a sombre day of exploration and reflection. Bunce Island was once home to the largest British slave fortress on the west coast of Africa. Founded in the 17th Century, on the site of an even older Portuguese slave fort, Bunce Island exported tens of thousands of African captives up until 1807 when the British government finally abolished the trading of slaves. The buildings, left to dilapidate since that time, are now partially reclaimed by the forest that surrounds it, perhaps symbolic of Sierra Leonians' reclamation of their land, and people, as their own. Our boat then departs for the neighbouring Tasso Island, a larger island in Tagrin Bay. We return to Freetown for another night in this vibrant city.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

A day to settle into West African life after a couple of jam packed days getting under the skin of Freetown. Take time to relax in our comfortable hotel here in the hilly suburbs, take a dip in the pool or perhaps take time to explore your surroundings. This will be the perfect time to rest after a couple of busy days deep diving into the chequered history of this country before the adventure continues tomorrow.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

Our first walk in Sierra Leone begins just outside of the city of Freetown. We head to the base of the small but impressively formed Sugar Loaf Mountain (727m) on the outskirts of Freetown. From here we'll stride out for the summit through patchy forest on good but rocky paths. From the top we will have great views of the sprawling Freetown with the beautiful coastline beyond.

After a steady descent we make a short onward journey to the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary. This afternoon we'll have a tour of the sanctuary and learn all about the incredible work this community does to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned and previously abandoned chimps. We'll have an initial tour of the sanctuary, and then some free time to explore independently. We are staying at chalets within the sanctuary tonight, so you may choose to retire to your room for an hour or two, or alternatively there is the possibility to join a guided walk around the sanctuary's 100 acre reserve. Many species of plants, animals and bird life live within this sanctuary, but it is the chimpanzees who take centre stage. Listen out for troops of chimps crashing through the trees and calling to each other through this wide expanse of rainforest. You'll certainly hear them before you see them!

This evening we will stay on site in the small and functional chalets nestled in the rainforest and be treated to a meal by the staff who run the accommodation here.

Accommodation

Ecolodge

Meals

B L D

Ascent

300 M

Descent

300 M

Time

1-2 hrs walking

Distance

4 KM

Heading East today we embark on a drive through the heart of the country headed for the town of Makeni. We'll stop here to stretch our legs before travelling on to Rogbonko to meet and pay homage to the chief of the village. We'll be introduced to the village community who will encourage us to join in with their day to day activities including basket making and cooking. After an hour or two we will bid a fond farewell to the locals and return to Makeni for our evening meal and overnight stay in a comfortable but basic hotel.
Drive time to Makeni: 2h 30mins. Makeni to Rogbonko: 30mins each way.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

Another drive of a couple of hours today, this time North heading to Kabala where we'll have chance to explore the shapely Wara Wara Mountains. These hills lie close to the heart of many Sierra Leoneans, gathering here every year on New Year's Day, from far and wide to climb to the top of these hills to celebrate and socialise. Our walk will take in one of the subsidiary peaks of this range, Albitaya (755m). We'll gain the tor-like summit, initially through forest paths and then open hillside, to reach our top, typical of many others in the range for its bare igneous rock formations. The paths are well trodden here, and our guides will ensure safe passage to the higher reaches of the hill, affording great views of the other numerous nearby tops, as well as the sprawling community of Kabala. We'll return to the base of the hill, and on to a local cotton weaver who will show us how to weave, and we may have a chance to participate. We'll retire to a local and comfortable guesthouse for the evening, here in Kabala.

Accommodation

Guesthouse

Meals

B L D

Ascent

300 M

Descent

300 M

Time

2 hrs walking

Distance

4 KM

We start the day with a drive this time in 4x4s on unmade roads towards Mount Bintumani, the highest mountain in Sierra Leone, and indeed, West Africa at 1,945 metres asl. This journey will take around three hours through increasingly impressive scenery as we reach the foothills of the Loma range.

We will round out our day with a short walk into the remote village of Sinikoro, deep within the rainforest and our overnight camp in the foothills of the Loma Mountains. The walk will be flat but may be muddy, and potentially on rather busy muddy tracks. The locals use motorbikes to get around round here, so be prepared to dodge the infrequent traffic. Upon arrival we make sure to pay homage to the chief of Sinikoro and then gather around the campfire to enjoy some folklore by firelight. This evening is our first night under canvas on this trip, with the background crackle of a dwindling fire, a brightly lit star filled sky, and the sounds of the rainforest lulling us off to sleep.

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

B L D

Time

1 hr walking

Distance

2 KM

We start out early today, eager to cover some ground before the heat of the day, heading first to camp one through rainforest, emerging at around 770m. This forest is home to a wide array of wildlife including deer, buffalo and chimpanzees, and we may be lucky enough to spot these, or hear them as we progress through this wild and untamed jungle. We then continue on to camp two (1350m), emerging from the trees on a high rocky plateau.
The remainder of the hike will be in open grassland with far reaching views of the extensive wilderness surrounding the mountains. Keep eyes to the skies here for vultures and eagles who catch and soar on the thermals created by the shoulders of this vast landscape. We reach our high point of the day, a col of the mountain just underneath the rocky monolith summit, where we will make camp finding shelter from the breeze and bed down for another night under the stars.

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

B L D

Ascent

1450 M

Time

8 hrs walking

Distance

10 KM

Today we complete our mountain route descending the way we climbed up the day before, back down from the plateau, into the tree line and through the forest to return to our awaiting transfer. We'll then make our onward journey south to Bo, Sierra Leone's second largest city. The hustle and bustle of this city will feel a world away from the wilderness and wild camping of the last two days. There will be time to explore Bo and it's vibrant market, and a visit to a Gari making site (a west African style tapioca pudding) before retiring to our hotel for the night in the quieter outskirts of Bo.
Driving time: 2 hrs.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

Descent

1450 M

Time

5 hrs walking

Distance

10 KM

Our destination for today is a village on the banks of the river Moa. Boma is one of eight villages that form the Tiwai Island heritage trail. In its entirety it's a multi day trail encompassing the nationally protected nature reserve of Tiwai Island, home to the elusive pygmy hippo. We'll pay our respects to the chief here, and join in with their dances and rituals. We'll visit the mysterious grave of a giant and learn of the folklore that surrounds it. Then on to the village's cotton tree, the only one for miles around, and learn how it protects and shelters the village and its inhabitants from storms and strong winds. Tonight we'll bed down in the adjoining eco-camp enveloped by the sounds of the rainforest and the rushing of the nearby river that surrounds this remote and peaceful village.

Accommodation

Ecocamp

Meals

B L D

This morning we head out on foot, for the neighbouring village of Nainiahun. Walking on single-track paths through this semi wild landscape of native bush and cultivated crops of rice, cocoa and kola nut plantations, we will learn about the farming practices of the locals as we walk. Upon reaching Nainiahun, the literal translation being 'sand village,' where there are a high propensity of diamonds within the earth and surrounding wetlands. We'll learn about the mining practices here and may even be able to see locals panning for diamonds as we pass through.
We will then be shown into a local cave, used as a hiding place by community members during the tribal wars. We're asked to remove our shoes here, as a sign of respect, before entering. The elders of the village may share mythical stories of elves and invisibility spells before carrying out a libation pouring ceremony said to protect us on our onward journey. We will have chance to rest here and have a light lunch under the shade of the rainforest trees before continuing on to find the banks of the river Moa. This afternoon we take a boat ride across the river to Tiwai Island where we'll delve deeper into the heart of the rainforest. This reserve is home to endangered animal species including colobus and diana monkeys and chimpanzees, as well as hundreds of species of birds and insects. Look out for village weaver birds who create beautiful spherical shaped nests hanging from the trees like baubles, and look up to canopy to find hornbills using their huge beaks to prise open tough hulled fruits to feast on.
This evening we'll spend another night at the eco-camp adjacent to the village.

Accommodation

Ecocamp

Meals

B L D

Ascent

40 M

Descent

40 M

Time

7 hrs walking

Distance

15 KM

This morning we say good bye to our hosts at Tiwai and head back out to the coast at Tokeh to board a boat. We'll head out across the breakers of the Atlantic on a short crossing to the idyllic Banana Islands. Once a slave island, this place is now transformed into a tranquil island retreat, with glamping tents and a laidback lifestyle. You'll have the afternoon to unwind after nearly two weeks of exploring in this little corner of paradise. Take a stroll along the beach, enjoy some watersports, or just relax in the hammocks before an evening sun downer admiring the sunset across the waves.

Tonight we'll stay in secluded beach side glamping bell tents. Under inky black and star filled skies the only sound we'll hear will be the gentle hush of waves lapping against the shore.

Accommodation

Tented Camp

Meals

B L D

After a slow morning of coffee and breakfast at our tents, we'll depart the island and return to Tokeh and River No.2 Beach, near to where we began our journey in Freetown. We'll have another day at leisure here, relaxing on this incredible stretch of beach or swimming in the bath warm Atlantic Ocean. You might choose to take a walk along the beach, or perhaps partake in some surfing. The locals recommend this and neighbouring Bureh beach as two excellent destinations to catch a wave. Or simply relax, unwind and soak up the sunshine in this tropical idyll.

This evening we'll stay at a beachfront resort, with views out over the Atlantic, a peaceful and beautiful end to your two weeks exploring Sierra Leone.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

B L D

This morning we leave the white sand beaches of Tokeh behind and head by transfer to Aberdeen. We'll catch the sea coach across the natural harbour to Lungi to continue our onward journeys from Lungi International Airport.

Meals

B
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Essential Information

We've compiled some of our Frequently Asked Questions to help you learn more about this amazing trip.

  • A professional and qualified tour leader
  • A single timed airport transfer on arrival & departure
  • All accommodation as described
  • Meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • All land transfers required by the itinerary on private vehicle or boat
  • Visits to all attractions and accompanying tips including villages / reserves / museums / islands and the chimpanzee sanctuary.

  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Airport transfers other than group transfers
  • Some meals as described in the Meal Plan
  • Any additional activities/excursions indicated as optional
  • Tips for guides / porters etc Miscellaneous personal expenditure - drinks and souvenirs etc

All meals included throughout.

Expect lots of rice. Sierra Leonians often report that a meal isn’t complete without it. Jollof rice, a stewed rice dish with meat, and various tomatoes, onions, spices and vegetables, is common. As is cassava, and when compounded into a meal with cocoyam and plantains is known as ‘fufu.’ You may also find Gari, a kind of West African tapioca pudding. Other common staples include peanuts, palm oil, and a wide range of tropical fruit: bananas, papaya, lemons, avocado, guava, watermelon, mangoes and pineapples. Meat dishes are often centred around goat, chicken or beef.

It is not recommended to drink untreated water from the taps. If you are on a trekking or cycling holiday, water is supplied to fill up your individual bottles. This will be boiled, filtered or provided in large jerry cans or 5 litre bottles. Additionally you should take purification tablets or a filter bottle (such as a Water-To-Go bottle) to treat your water when in towns or where water is not supplied. We do not encourage the purchasing of single use plastic bottles.

Whilst we can cater for vegetarians, albeit sometimes with a more limited choice, we cannot always provide special diets.  Due to the nature of some of the trips that we operate and the countries in which we operate them, it can be very hard (and sometimes impossible) to cater for a wide range of dietary choices and you may have to supplement your diet with food/snacks from home.  If you have specific dietary requirements please do speak to our sales team and they will be able to advise you whether or not we will be able to offer your specific choice.  Please note that we are unable to provide separate menus and cannot accept liability for any problems arising from special dietary requirements or intolerances.

The accommodation on this trip ranges greatly from the comfortable and functional hotels within the cities and towns along the way, to the tents and permanent campsites found elsewhere.

In Freetown, Bo and Tokeh Beach you will be in comfortable, independently run hotels with pools, wifi and air conditioning among other conveniences. In more remote locations, services become more limited. At Makeni, the Royal Hotel is more basic, but clean and comfortable. Tacugama Eco-lodge is a very basic collection of characterful and comfortable thatched or tin-roof chalets within the rainforest. Weindays Guesthouse at Kabala, is again comfortable and basic, with minimal amenities. Many accommodations, particularly away from Freetown, rely on generators for electricity, usually at night, as power surges are frequent and therefore make the mains electricity unreliable. These usually run through the night between 7pm and 7am, but sometimes for some of the time during the day also.

At Sinikoro and Tiwai, we will camp in a permanent campsite, with tents on a concrete platform and underneath a permanent shelter. At banana Island we will be in permanent safari tents, most of which are on the fringe between forest and beach, in secluded locations within the site. On our two day trek on Mount Bintumani, we will sleep in lightweight tents and 1-2 season sleeping bags carried by porters. Ablutions within all of these campsites, permanent or otherwise will be very basic.

The Leone is the currency of Sierra Leone and is used as cash in most places. USD are also accepted in most places, but you should carry the local currency as first option. Most tips have been taken care of and should therefore be paid by the guide whilst you are on trip, but approximately £200 per person (or equivalent in US dollars or Euros) in Leones, should be allowed for tips, soft drinks, snacks and miscellaneous expenses. Alcoholic drinks, souvenirs and optional activities are additional so you may wish to budget for these.

On this trip we have taken care of the majority of tips required to visit the villages, reserves, museums, islands and the chimpanzee sanctuary, however it is still considered regular practice to tip your local guides and drivers if you are happy with the services provided. You will be expected to do this at the end of your trip, but also be aware there will likely be supplementary drivers of 4x4s to reach the village prior to to Mt. Bintumani climb, and then again to return to Bo.

We suggest you co-ordinate these tips as a group and as a rough guide we recommend each group member contributes around US$80-100 per person. The exact amount should be determined by the group and the guide will give advice on the appropriate levels.

For this holiday you should take one piece of luggage, which should be a soft bag such as the KE kit bag, and a daypack. For international flights please check your baggage allowance with your airline.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from 'Available' to 'Guaranteed to run'. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

The group will meet at the hotel in Freetown.

There will be a single group transfer from Lungi International Airport (Freetown).

Hotel contact details and an emergency number will be provided with your booking confirmation.

The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required, and you should have at least 2 blank pages for each country that you visit.

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Please ensure that you check for the latest advice before travel. For the most up to date information on entry requirements, please visit the UK Government website.

If you have a severe allergy please inform the KE office before you travel. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy free environment on KE trips. You will need to carry your own treatment for the allergy with you, as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' are not carried as standard by KE leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on arrival of your allergy, and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

VACCINATIONSYou should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you specifically require any vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended in the UK e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella), along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis are required. There is risk of yellow fever and you must carry a current vaccination certificate. On holidays to more remote areas you should also have a dentist check up. A good online resource is Travel Health Pro.

The unit of currency in Sierra Leone is the Sierra Leonean Leone.

You should be aerobically fit and comfortable with walking 3 to 6 hours for consecutive days. Hill walking, with a good amount of ascent and descent, is the best training. Running, cycling and swimming are also good for developing cardiovascular fitness and stamina.

The climate is tropical and during our departure in late November, early December, the weather should be fairly stable, dry and warm particularly near the coast, although the forests of the interior will remain wet throughout. The main wet season is around August/September, and we may still experience a lingering shower. In the forests of the interior, expect humid and regularly wet conditions, although it will remain warm even during showers. As you climb to altitude on Mt Bintumani expect a cooler breeze, bring layers to protect from this particularly for our trekking and camping days.

KE do not encourage the use of single use plastic items. We are ensuring that our agents all over the world are working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We are leading by example in our KE office by reducing our plastic use.

Sierra Leone, A Political History – David Harris (2020)

Free Slaves, Freetown, and the Sierra Leonean Civil War – Joseph Kaifala (2017)

It is an essential condition of joining a holiday with KE Adventure Travel that you have a valid travel insurance policy to cover the cost of medical treatment and to protect the value of your holiday in the event of cancellation.  When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary.

For appropriate insurance cover we recommend Campbell Irvine Direct.  Please go to our Travel Insurance page for further information and to get a quote.

Please try to keep the weight of your baggage to a minimum. See the ‘baggage allowance’ section for further details.

You should bring the following items:

  • Lightweight hiking boots
  • Trainers or sandals
  • Underwear
  • Socks
  • Trekking trousers
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket
  • Lightweight waterproof overtrousers
  • Wicking base layer shirts
  • Loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts
  • T-shirts
  • Fleece jacket or warm jumper
  • Sunhat (wide brimmed)
  • Warm hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Daypack 30 litres
  • Headtorch and spare batteries
  • Water bottles 1 litre x2 (we encourage re-filling water bottles rather than single use plastic)
  • Water purification tablets
  • Antibacterial handwash
  • Washbag and toiletries
  • Basic First Aid Kit ; insect repellent (DEET); antiseptic cream; throat lozenges; diarrhoea treatment (Diocalm or Immodium); painkillers; plasters and blister treatment; and re-hydration salts (Dioralite).

The following items are optional:

  • Binoculars
  • Swimwear 
  • Trekking poles (highly recommended)
  • Camera
  • Pen-knife (remember to pack sharp objects in hold baggage)
  • Repair kit – (eg. needle, thread, duct tape)
  • Umbrella and/or Poncho
  • Reusable cloth bag for shopping (to avoid plastic bags)

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DATES & PRICES

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2024

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  • Ultimate Sierra Leone
    Without Flights
  • Departure Reference: PXSL/01/24/
  • This trip begins on Sun 1 Dec and ends on Sun 15 Dec
  • This departure is guaranteed. Secure your place today with a deposit of US$700
  • Single Supplement Price: US$610 - Single supplement price includes single tent
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Land Only Information

The LAND ONLY dates and prices are for the itinerary joining in Freetown. For clients making their own flight arrangements, Freetown (Lungi) International Airport is the most convenient for transfers to the group hotel.

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Changes to flights

Please be aware that the flight industry is experiencing a high level of service fluctuation and changes to your flights may occur. This may also require amends to the transfers and joining arrangements. Thank you all for continuing your patience and understanding.

BOOK WITH KE CONFIDENCE - No surcharge guarantee

The price of our holidays can change depending on a variety of factors but unlike some other tour operators, KE have undertaken to guarantee the Land Only price of your holiday will not change after you have booked. The price when you book is the price you will pay, whether you are booking for this year or the next. Book early to avoid any tour price increases, get the best flight prices and take advantage of our 'No Surcharge Guarantee'.

KE Adventure is a fully bonded tour operator. We hold an ATOL license (No: 2808) and are bonded with ABTA (Membership No: W4341)


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