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Freetown
Still alive with trade and plantation style houses, with a backdrop of forest covered mountains and streches of long beaches, the city still boasts of strest named after its British abolitionist William Wilberforce, such as Wilberforce st and the Wilberforce neighbourhood

Cotton Tree
Stroll down the old colonial streets of Freetown where the famours cotton tress has resided for over 200 years

Maroon Church
Dwell in history as you visit the Maroon church whose pews and rafters come from the ship that  brought 550 former Jamaican slaves (the Maroons) from Nova Scotia in the 1800s. Join them to worship in awe on Sundays mornings.

Local Culture
Listen to the drums of the temneh or watch the mende dances. See the fire fighters,masquerades and carnivals.

Beaches
Discover paradise you can swim in at River No. 2 beach, with it’s turquoise lagoon and bright white sands; golden stretches of sand  along the coast at John Obey, surprising islets at Bureh, Kent and Lakka and a 5km strectch of beach at Lumley.

National Musuem
Within the shadow of the cotton tree, sit side by side with relics of the past. Also find black and white pictures of time gone past.

Bunce Island
Nested into the Sierra Leone river near Freetown, walk amid the remnants of the community where about 50,000 men, women and children were held held in this British run slabe fort named after wealthy London slave merchant, Captain John Bunce.

Wildlife
Waterfall in Freetown
 
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