TOURS & EVENTS
Bunce Island was the largest British slave castle on the Rice Coast of West Africa. This is a must see for anyone interested in the history of the slave trade.
The Rogbonko Village Retreat is an initiative intended to generate interest in rural Sierra Leone, and to educate visitors and local people
Hotels & Restorts
Location: Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of National Stadium, St John's Maroon Church, and Cotton Tree. Sierra Leone National Museum and Law Courts are also within 2 mi (3 km). Hotel Features: This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, a fitness center, and a bar/lounge. Free buffet breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a conference center, a meeting room, and concierge services. Room Amenities: All 32 rooms boast deep soaking tubs and offer free WiFi and furnished balconies. Free wired Internet and refrigerators are standard, as are TVs with satellite channels.
NEWS AND UPDATES
Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs meet with Tourism Stakeholders
Posted by: National Tourist Board /4920
In its continuous strides to put Sierra Leone tourism on good footing, the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and The National Tourism Board had the first stakeholders meeting for the tourism sector, at the Ministry of tourism conference room. This meeting was called to abreast the private sector partners on developments and approaches for […]Read more
African Tourism Ministers Stress the Importance of Correct Tourism Measurement for Improved Policy
Posted by: National Tourist Board /760
‘Tourism Statistics: A Catalyst for Development’, was the theme of this year’s seminar in the context of the 61st Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for Africa (Abuja, Nigeria, 4-6 June). The meeting included a ministerial dialogue on the importance of tourism statistics under the topic “Better measure, better manage. The Commission for Africa attracted 18 tourism […]Read more
BRITISH COUNCIL COLLABORATES WITH TOURISM MINISTRY
Posted by: National Tourist Board /175
In a bid to strengthen and promote the Tourism sector in Sierra Leone, Mr. Simon Ingram-Hill, British Council Country Director visited the Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs,Dr. Memunatu B. Pratt on June 12th, 2018. In his remarks, Mr. Simon disclosed that the essence of his visit is to positively collaborate with the Tourism […]Read more