Like its neighbours, Guinea
in the north and Liberia
in the south, Sierra Leone faces the Atlantic Ocean. This West African country is proud of its beautiful beaches around Freetown
and on the Turtle Islands. Not far from the capital is Brunce Island
and its bleak memorial fort from where slaves were once shipped to the new world. Those who travel to Sierra Leone will enjoy the diverse landscapes
in the country, not to mention its nature reserves. However, due to the country's instability, the decision to come here cannot be taken lightly.