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*Airport transfer to Freetown can be done: by road around the estuary (2hours), by speed boat across the estuary ( 25 minutes) . Note speed boat crossing includes bus transfer from Lungi airport to the sea shore (10mns drive).
Airlines: Brussels Airlines (via Brussels), Air France via Paris, Royal Ai Maroc (via Casablanca)
Visa: required for British Passport holders.
Transit visa: required for Sierra Leoneans passport holders, if they have to change airports when transiting via Paris.
On arrival, passengers proceed by bus (with ferry) to downtown Freetown. Additionally the hovercraft service between Maheru Beach and Aberdeen will be reintroduced..
1-By Speed Boat (25mns duration - sea crossing).
Two companies operates this service: Sea Bird and Sea Coach
Sea Bird boat finishes at Murray Town (Freetown district)
Sea Coach boat finishes at Aberdeen (Freetown district)
One way fare GBP30 Adult, GBP22 (child 2 to 8yrs), Infant Free
2-By Ferry (very unreliable, doesn’t run regularly). One way fare GBP2 pp. Passengers need to get a taxi to the ferry harbor. -NOTE WE ARE NOT SELLING IT.
3-By road government coach (very long transfer 3 to 4 hours due to heavy traffic) One way fare GBP15pp. NOTE WE ARE NOT SELLING IT
Very good service: We have a contact at the airport that can meet your client(s) inside the airport baggage hall. He will help them with their baggage and go through the picky customs officials. He can also take them to the speed boats operators located outside the airport.
Our Fee: sGBP22 for 1 person, GBP30 for 2persons, GBP36 for 3 persons.
Office manager: Gloria Carrol
Senior Travel Consultant: Florence Whenzle
Africa Travel Centre,
Delco House, 12 Lighfoot Boston Street, Freetown.
Tel: +232 2536 0765 or +232 7776 7996
Our office is located in the centre of Freetown and most Sierra Leoneans would know where the street is located.