Sullima beach | Informal Campsite

Sierra Leone

Details

Verified:
over 1 year ago
Altitude:
4.1 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Close to Liberia. Surfers from the Bureh beach surf club are sometimes here, when the waves are good.
You have to ride trough almost the whole town to reach the beach. Before you do that, ask the chief for permission. You will find his house by asking the town people where to go.
Because we already knew that we would need to pay something for our „wildcamp" on the beach, we where already prepared.
There is even a guesthose somewhere in town for the ones without camping equipment. This we know from some NGO'S who are here some times on their days off.
For staying on the beach, you would need to pay 150 Le community fee and give some extra to the townchief (we gave him 10 Le and one of our cheap souvenirs). If you want to sleep on the beach, the town people will show you the way to the military check point, where you have again to present yourself. They are here for your security. Naturaly, they ask again for a present, but we gave them nothing. All the procedere was quite funny but intensive.
At the end we stayd on a beautiful beach with nobody arround during the evening and night. Is a nice stay before crossing the border.

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Close to Liberia. Surfers from the Bureh beach surf club are sometimes here, when the waves are good.

You have to ride trought almost the whole town to reach the beach. Before you do that, ask the chief for permission. You will finde his house by asking the townpeople where to go.

Because we already new, that we would need to pay something for our „wildcamp" on the beach, we where already prepared.

There is even a guesthose somewhere in town for the ones without campingequipment. This we know from some NGO'S who are here some times on their days off.

For staying on the beach, you would need to pay 150 Le comunity fee and give some extra to the townchief (we gave him 10 Le and one of our cheep souvenirs). If you want to sleep on the beach, the townpeolpe would show you the way to the military check point, where you have again to present yourself. They are here for your security. Naturaly, they ask again for a present, but we gave them nothing.
All the procedere was quiet funny but intensiv.

At the end we stayd on a beautyfull beach with nobody arround during the evening and night. Is a nice stay before crossing the boarder.

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