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$150
Sierra Light House Hotel is a home away from home. The place to be whenever you are in Freetown. Situated at Aberdeen, Man O' War Bay, the seaside hotel as it is commonly known offers one of the best views of the Sea from every guest room in the hotel.
$150

per night

Eden Park Resort is a new French-Sierra Leonean tourist experience offering guests a true escape from Freetown’s concrete jungle. The resort sits on acres of lush vegetation in full view of pristine Mama Beach with over 20 double and single bungalows as well as 12 ensuite bed rooms. Each bungalow has its own private terrace, bathroom, TV, etc. and offers complete privacy to its occupants.Guests are treated to a private French chef, Speed boat excursions to Turtle and Banana Islands, a swimming pool, tennis courts (in construction), conference facilities, etc. At night, the sounds of frogs, crickets, and ocean waves carry you off to dreamland. Probably, one of my favorite getaways in Sierra Leone so far…For more information visit: www.edenparksl.com
$150

per night Budget

An ideal venue for workshop,conferences,seminars with a panoramic view of the Atlantic ocean. The Golden Tulip Essential Freetown is a 3-star hotel that offers mordern facilities. Its key location offers a easy access to the city centre which is a 25 minute drive. The famous Lumley beach is just a walk away from the hotel.
$135

per night

The Country Lodge Complex is located in Freetown. The property offers an outdoor pool and a tennis court. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas.Units will provide you with a flat-screen TV, air conditioning and a balcony. Private bathrooms also come with a shower.Guests can enjoy local dishes at the onsite restaurant. A range of drinks is provided at the bar.

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African Tourism Ministers Stress the Importance of Correct Tourism Measurement for Improved Policy
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 […]
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Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs meet with Tourism Stakeholders
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 […]
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BRITISH COUNCIL COLLABORATES WITH TOURISM MINISTRY
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 […]
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NEW BAI BUREH PORTRAIT UNVEILED
The Hon. Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs in collaboration with Sierra Leone National Museum and Gary Schulze, an African-American on the 25th May 2018 unveiled the mural of the great Bai Bureh, one of the illustrious hero of the Hut Tax War of 1898 at the National Museum along Siaka Stevens Street in Freetown. […]
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TOURISM MINISTER VISITS MUDSLIDE SITE AT REGENT
The Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu B. Pratt visited the mudslide site at Regent on Friday, May 18th, 2018. The essence of the visit was to observe the present situation in the site after almost two years and with the aim of transforming the mudslide site into a memorial site which will serve as […]
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