08

Nov

President Bio Welcomes Budapest Rally Participants to Sierra Leone, Encourages more Tourists to Visit Sierra Leone

8th November, 2022. Gigibonta Car Park, Lumley Beach-The President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Julius Maada Bio has welcomed the 600 participants of the 2022 Budapest-Bamako Freetown Rally, says the rally was a true test of resilience and human limits, mental strength and the unification of people. The finish line ceremony was held at Lumley […]

06

Nov

Tourism Ministry Receives Participants of Budapest-Bamako Freetown Rally

Tourism Ministry Receives Participants of Budapest-Bamako Freetown Rally 6th November, 2022. Balamuya Entry Point, Kambia- The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs has received cross-section of participants for the Budapest-Bamako Freetown finish line RALLY at the Sierra Leone-Guinea border in Kambia. The participants were received by the Deputy Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, William I.K Robinson[…]

31

Oct

Sierra Leone’s Tourism Minister Receives West Africa Best Tourism Minister Award

Lagos, Nigeria. 31th October, 2022- Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu Pratt has at the Akwaaba African Travel Market in Lagos officially received the award for the best West Africa tourism Minister, dedicated the accolade to President Bio, the tourism industry the people of Sierra Leone. The Prestigious award was in recognition of[…]

19

Oct

Sierra Leone’s Tourism Minister & Team Tour Kakum National Park & Cape Coast Castle

19 October, 2022. Cape Coast, Ghana- Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu Pratt together with her team including the Chairman of the National Tourist Board, Allieu Kokobay, the Director of Tourism, Mohamed Jalloh, the General Manager of the National Tourist Board, Fatmata Hamid-Carew and senior staff of the Ministry and its agencies embarked[…]

17

Oct

At the Inter-Tourism Expo…Sierra Leone’s Tourism Minister Calls for Regional Networking

17th October, 2022. World Trade Centre Accra-Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu Pratt who also doubles as the chairperson for UNWTO Women in Tourism has as a special guest of this year’s Inter-Tourism and Trade Expo in Accra called for considerations to be given to regional networking and partnerships to solve the problems[…]

14

Oct

Sierra Leone’s Tourism Minister Meets Ghana’s Deputy Tourism Minister, Calls for Strong Regional Collaboration

14th October, 2022. Accra, Ghana-Sierra Leone’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu Pratt, has met with Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mark Okraku-Mantey and called for a strong regional collaboration to leverage the tourism potentials in the sub-region. The meeting was held at the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture in Ghana.[…]

05

Oct

Ministry of Tourism marks UNWTO’s World Tourism Day

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs with support from the Sierra Leone Economic Diversification Project (SLEDP) on Tuesday 27th September 2022 celebrated the United Nations World Tourism Day. The theme for this year’s celebration “Rethinking Tourism: The impact of violence and conflict on tourism development in Sierra Leone” is a deliberate choice by the Ministry to help raise awareness among[…]

24

Aug

UN Resident Coordinator & Sierra Leone’s Tourism Minister discuss Tourism development

The United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator in Sierra Leone, Babatunde Ahonsi has met with the Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Dr. Memunatu Pratt at the Ministry’s office situated at Kingharman Road in Freetown to discuss possibilities of the UN rendering help in promoting the development of tourism in the country. In his statements, the UN Resident[…]

06

Aug

Tourism Minister & Team Meet With Management & Staff of Tourist Board

The Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs together with her Deputy, William I.K. Robinson, the Permanent Secretary, Andrew L. Sorie and the Director of Tourism, Mohamed Jalloh have held a meeting with the Senior/Middle management of the National Tourist Board (NTB) at their head office, Lumley beach road, in Freetown. In his opening remarks, the Permanent Secretary,[…]