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Tribewanted John Obey Beach

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Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

This place is a must see in Sierra Leone. Made a day trip to tribewanted John Obey. We had a warm welcoming by the community and the people. A great place to relax. A place like no other. Had the best fish ever at tribewanted! It was so much fun fishing together with the community. Hassan did his very best...

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Milan, Italy
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

Bungalow had not fresh water and electricity, as well as the whole place. Room needed to be cleaned up. $70 night looks expensive for what you get. The food was ok. The beach is nice. They said they are making improvements... They are very needed.

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 March 2016

Tired of the weekend crowd at Bureh, the commercialism of Tokeh and the price tags at River Number 2, we decided to explore down a bumpy dirt road that took us to John Obey. What a surprise! Is this a lost paradise? :) After a boat trip around the lagoon in a dug-out canoe, we spent a relaxing afternoon on...

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Reviewed 17 February 2016

What an amazing place. We stayed four nights and after the first day it felt like we had already been there for a relaxing week. The staff is excellent and friendly. The food was great. Fresh fish everyday with lobster and crab available. We had great fun with the locals in the village and they helped us to get around...

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Reviewed 10 June 2014

Just returned from my 3rd visit to Sierra Leone which by tradition ends with a few nights at Tribewanted. Spectacular, deserted beach. Fantastic food. And a warm welcome from the local community. Very helpful with arranging transfers to/from Freetown and trips to local areas of interest, as well as helping with other accommodation needs. A place to connect with Sierra...

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2Thank bgh
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 29 May 2014

I stayed in Tribewanted John Obey in May, just before the rainy season. I had been living in Sierra Leone for 3 months at that stage and was treated by a friend to a weekend there. Accomodation is offered at many of the noteworthy beaches near Freetown. Tribewanted is that bit more special than what else is on offer and...

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2Thank CherryBlossomCailin
Reviewed 19 May 2014

Our week spent with the wonderful team at Tribewanted at John Obey Beach was the highlight of our amazing trip to Sierra Leone. The location is spectacular - a sweeping, unspoiled white sand beach next to a gorgeous fishing village, the accommodation was pristine, the food delicious and the team so welcoming, engaging and helpful beyond words. The ethos of...

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2Thank Catherine A
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 April 2014

Tribe wanted in SL is brilliant, beautiful beach, fun places to sleep, great food, amazing staff who are very helpful and in wonderful Sierra Leone, which is still so undiscovered. More lovely beaches like Black Johnson and Bureh, will it's great surf club. Would highly recommend.

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Cambridge Bay, Canada
Reviewed 18 April 2014

We stayed at Tribewanted for 2 days and had a wonderful time. The friendly staff made us feel so welcome and went above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable. The location is absolutely stunning and the community of John Obey is incredibly friendly. We love the concept of Tribewanted and feel that it is an excellent way to learn...

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Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Reviewed 28 March 2014

Sierra Leone; truly a rough, hidden gem. So incredibly worth to pay a visit! When you do this Tribewanted is the perfect place to start, stay and blend in. The staff and local community will welcome you with open arms, provide you with great food, accommodation and interesting stories. All in a perfect setting. It’s also a perfect place as...

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Address: Peninsular Highway, John Obey, Sierra Leone
Region: Sierra Leone > Western Area > John Obey
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