Helen Kennedy
Helen Kennedy Africa Travel Specialist
"'Of Sierra Leone's wildlife, the most interesting aspect for me was the primates. It was great seeing evidence of Chimps in the forests, and a nature enthusiasts should visit Tiway Island, which is accessible but still under-developed: we stayed in tents under shelters and on platforms - it was very well organised'."

Peninsula Beaches Accommodation

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Total Accommodation: 4      
Franco's
Sierra Leone, Peninsula Beaches
Franco's offers some of the best quality accommodation along the peninsula. What it lacks in the community involvement of Number 2 or Banana Island, it makes up for in charming accommodation, a lovely beach and the country’s most famous restaurant outside Freetown.
No. 2 Beach Guesthouse
Sierra Leone, Peninsula Beaches
The community-run guesthouse at No. 2 Beach Guesthouse is set beside No.2 Beach on the Freetown peninsula. It offers the chance of watching the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean whilst your local hosts grill a freshly-caught fish for your dinner and then waking along one of Africa’s most stunning beaches.
Sierra Paradise Resort
Sierra Leone, Peninsula Beaches
Sierra Paradise Resort is the one and only hotel on the miles of deserted beaches edging the Atlantic coast north of Lungi. Its a labour of love owned and run by Sierra Leonean Samuel Williams.
Tokeh Sands
Sierra Leone, Peninsula Beaches
Tokeh Sands has two new en suite beachside suites with hot showers and nine standard en suite double rooms, some with air-conditioning. A new restaurant and bar has recently opened serving local and international dishes and cocktails.
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