Ecotourism in Sierra Leone and Moselleh beach are a recent development in a sector that has been given backing by the UN General Assembly. There were many important points to the ecotourism resolution adopted by the UN GA on 20 December 2010 [on the report of the Second Committee (A/65/440) – PDF of resolution]. One was:
…to promote ecotourism as an instrument that can contribute to achieving those Goals, in particular the Goals of eradicating extreme poverty and of ensuring environmental sustainability, and to support the efforts and policies of developing countries in this field;
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain
For AYM, ecotourism development for Moselleh Beach brings people of Sierra Leone much-needed sustainable income, and opportunity to show off the wonders of the country. AYM is committed to the development of African youth and their development in the tourism sector. Moselleh Beach is the first attraction for ecotourism in Sierra Leone that AYM established.
Moselleh beach sits along the Jong River in Mattru Jong. It is also home to breathtaking waterfalls, fine white sand, and natural tree shades. Entertainment facilities will be established on Moselleh beach, and the volunteers will be trained in professional customer service, to continue bringing and entertaining more and more visitors in years to come.
Moselleh Beach offers amazing attractions to new and repeats visitors craving for some novelties in rural Sierra Leone. Endless activities such as:
Hobby fishing, waterfalls, Forecast safari, canoe sailing adventures through the Jong river, silver sand beach, introduction to and, interaction of cultures/livelihood of locals, the taste of traditional Sierra Leone recipes and an evening of intense Sierra Leone dinners and entertainment.
There are always Guides to organize, manage and serve visitors during tours. Special tours to York and Bonthe Islands are arranged on a need basis. These tours expose visitors to the grandeur of these historic islands where they can enjoy their beauty and histories. Whether you prefer working hard as a volunteer or would like a mix of cultural and ecotourism in Sierra Leone, AYM provides the perfect opportunity to indulge a life of purpose while having fun and loving it.