We are a small eco-tourism community living on about 6 acres of beach and lagoon-front land adjacent to the John Obey fishing village on the Freetown peninsula, Sierra Leone. Our mission is to build a model sustainable community, provide an unforgettable West African beach holiday and help change the perception of Sierra Leone into one that reflects the reality – a beautiful, safe and captivating country.
We have several types of accommodation at Tribewanted John Obey; all come with bedding, mosquito nets and towels.
Our first earth-bagged beauty at John Obey. Double bed and a small mezzanine up above means there's room for three in this dome.
Sleeping two and set back slightly from the community the Honeydome is a little earthly palace complete with private garden, open-air shower and loo. Described as the 'Taj Mahal' of our 'Gaudi' village, we think our honeydome is the perfect romantic hideaway.
Earth-domed alcoves provide cosy, cool Hobbit like retreats.
When you stay at Tribewanted John Obey, you make what you can of your time; every day is different. There are no set programmes, by the hour at least, but there is always something going on - fishing, canoeing, cooking, trekking, snorkeling, volleyball, beach football, school trips and more.
See you on the beach!