Sierra Leone’s Northern Province is one of the five administrative regions of the country.
It is located in the northern part of Sierra Leone and is bordered by the Western Area to the west, the North West Province to the northwest, and the Eastern Province to the east.
The capital and largest city of the Northern Province is Makeni city. The Northern Province is further divided into five districts: Bombali, Kambia, Koinadugu, Port Loko, and Tonkolili. Each district is administered by a District Council, which is headed by a District Chairman. The Northern Province is known for its agricultural productivity, with fertile land suitable for farming. It is the country’s major producer of agricultural commodities such as rice, cocoa, coffee, and palm oil. The region also has significant mineral resources, including iron ore, diamonds, and bauxite.
The Northern Province is home to diverse ethnic groups, including
The northern part of Sierra Leone is home to several attractions that showcase the natural beauty, history, and cultural heritage of the region. Here are some notable attractions in the northern part of Sierra Leone: