In 1787, an Englishman named Granville Sharp founded Freetown, now Sierra Leone’s capital, as a settlement for escaped slaves. The streets of Freetown present a typical West African scene. Beneath the mosque are market stalls, shared taxi wagons, and colorfully dressed crowds.
The following are the places in Sierra Leone that are not to be missed:
Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary (Freetown Western Area)
The Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary is an appealing attraction in Sierra Leone. There, you can see chimpanzees up close and learn a lot about them. Upon arrival at the Sanctuary, you’ll...More