Bumbuna Falls is regarded as one of the most beautiful spots in Sierra Leone. It’s located north of Makeni between the Sula Mountains. Fishing, boating, and nature walks through Rashida’s Forest are all popular things to do when visiting Bumbuna Falls.
The Sierra Leone National Museum is located at the center of Freetown and opened in 1957 as the Museum of Sierra Leone Society. The museum holds a large amount of artwork and artifacts related to Sierra Leone culture. The museum has stayed open for decades due to financial donations and a dedicated staff.
The Outamba Kilimi National Park is located in northwest Sierra Leone near the Republic of Guinea. This area was declared a game reserve in 1974 before formally being named a national park in October of 1995. The park lies on 1100 kilometers of land and is a mixture of savanna and jungle. It contains wildlife such as colobus monkeys, chimpanzees, elephants, hippopotamuses, and various birds. Bed and huts are available to sleep on in the park overnight.
The Cotton Tree in Freetown, Sierra Leone, a city founded by former African slaves from the United States in The tree's age is uncertain, but it has been around since at least 1787 (and was supposedly large even at that time).
St George’s Cathedral was built during the drive to make the Sierra Leone Colony a Christian community. Construction began in 1817 when the foundation was laid out by governor MacCarthy and was finished in This is the biggest church in Freetown.
The Old Fourah Bay College is Freetown’s most famous institution and was founded on February It’s a public university and the oldest university in West Africa. Its first student, Samuel Adjai Crowther became the first home-grown bishop of West Africa.
The Tacugama Chimp Sanctuary is located in the Western Rural area of Sierra Leone and was founded in It was built to protect and rehabilitate chimpanzees that had been captured, abandoned, or orphaned. They currently have over 100 chimps in the sanctuary.