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The National Tourist Board is working to establish Sierra Leone's emerging tourist industry to enhance socio-economic development.

Sierra Leone National Tourist Board Articles

19

Nov
2019
Visa-On-Arrival to Sierra Leone
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /3378

As part of government’s commitment to promote tourism and attract foreign direct investment, the Government of Sierra Leone wishes to inform the general public, airline operators, Sierra Leone Embassies and Missions overseas, International Air Transport Association (IATA), international partners and other government bodies that with effect from Thursday 5th September 2019, a new Visa on […]

04

Nov
2019
Exhibiting Sierra Leone at the biggest World Travel Market in London
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /257

Sierra Leone is set to participate in one of the World’s biggest gathering of the tourism sector, the World Travel Market, London. World Travel Market London introduces global travel buyers to countries, the biggest destinations and brands in the world. WTM London prides itself on being the hub of travel ideas. They aim to give […]

01

Oct
2019
International French Tourism Market (IFTM) Top Resa 2019 – Marketing Sierra Leone at the French Tourism Market
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /300

As first day of Tourism Trade Show ends, greater prospects await Sierra Leone’s tourism Sector. Reversing the seemingly unending negative image of Sierra Leone is perhaps the most difficult task that the country’s Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs is faced with. It follows a decade long Civil War, an Ebola Epidemic and a natural […]

22

Sep
2019
Photos – Miss Sierra Leone 2019
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /808

Photos from Miss Sierra Leone 2019 beauty pageant.  

04

Sep
2019
The Telegraph – Is Sierra Leone about to become African tourism’s next big thing?
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /1599

  Sue Watt, Travel Writer 2 September 2019 • 10:20am With big ears, brown eyes and a nappy wrapped around him, little Caesar has no idea that he represents his homeland. His mother was killed when he was just eight weeks old (he is now aged seven months) and he has since been cared for […]

09

Aug
2019
A revitalised and vibrant Sierra Leone is hoping to entice visitors with a responsible tourism focus
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /464

Cradled feet away in the arms of Mama P, his surrogate human mother, Caesar the baby chimp toys his tufty hair before casting me a stare so cute and innocently wide-eyed that my heart squeaks. This being Sierra Leone’s Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary, though, home to 89 orphaned chimps, such arresting interactions come served with a […]

09

Aug
2019
Tourism Ministry Updates Media on Activities
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /301

Tourism Ministry Updates Media on Activities At a press conference held in the conference room of the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs on Monday 5th August 2019, the Minister, Dr. Memunatu Pratt and team updated the media on the progress made so far in re-branding the country’s tourism in a bid to attract more […]

09

Aug
2019
Tourism Minister Takes Lead in Cleaning Lumley Beach
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /264

Tourism Minister Takes Lead in Cleaning Lumley Beach One of the most outstanding ministers in President Bio’s led government of New Direction, Dr. Memunatu B. Pratt who happens to be the former Head of Department for Peace and Conflict Studies at FBC and now the current Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs was with her […]

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Jun
2019
CANADIAN TOUR OPERATING COMPANY CONFIRMS SIERRA LEONE AS A TOURISM MELTING POT.
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /344

In changing the storyline of a tourism destination like Sierra Leone, from hoax and negative hypes.   The right moves to attract the tourist generating regions is through constant Destination marketing using B2B strategy and approach as introduced by the Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs using a tool kit known as “Tourism Governance” (TG) […]