Frequently Asked Questions

We know planning your trip can be stressful. You have a lot of unanswered questions. We have put together a collection of frequently asked questions about our hotel and about Sierra Leone to help you properly plan your trip.

About The Hotel

Does the hotel currently run promotions?

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About Sierra Leone

What type of power outlets are in Sierra Leone?

There are two types of power supply used in Sierra Leone, types G and D with the primary power outlets being type G:

  • Plug Type D - The power supply, technically known as a type D power outlet, can be identified by three holes forming a triangular configuration.
  • Plug Type G - You can recognise this power socket by three holes with shutters forming a triangle pattern for live, neutral and earth.
Type G power outlet used in Sierra Leone

What currency is used in SIerra Leone?

Central bank : Bank of Sierra Leone Website :
The leone is the currency of Sierra Leone. It is subdivided into 100 cents. The ISO 4217 code is SLL and the leone is abbreviated as Le placed before the amount. COINS
A new coin series was introduced in 1996 for 10, 50 and 100 leones. The 50 leones is octagonal while the other two are round. These coins were struck in nickel-plated steel and feature important figures in Sierra Leone's political history. Ten sided, bimetallic 500 leones coins were first introduced in 2004. Of the four coins in circulation, only the 100 leones is available in small quantity due to their low valuation and shortage of supply. BANKNOTES
In June 2010, the Bank of Sierra Leone issued new notes which were slightly smaller in size than the earlier series and intended to be more secure and durable. The new bank notes are: Le10,000, Le5,000, Le2,000 and Le1,000. Coins are still used, but because of their low value are less common.

Water Taxi and Flight schedule

Lungi to Freetown boat schedule

Covid-19 Travel Guidelines

Click here to access the governemnt travel portal to travel to or from Sierra Leone. You can also find answers to questions around Covid-19 travel guidelines from travel to or from Sierra Leone by clicking the link below:

Sightseeing & Activities