The jewel in Liberia’s surfing crown is Robertsport, with year-round warm weather and long waves that peel along the coast in gorgeous arcs providing ideal conditions for bodysurfing, surfing, or sliding as the Liberians refer to it. Beyond the incredible surfing experience on offer, is an opportunity to join one of the exhilarating charter fishing excursions.
Just a short drive from Monrovia, Marshall offers several resort options for beach lovers who want to spend their days relaxing on palm-fringed golden shores, or enjoying the many water sports and cultural or eco-tourism opportunities, like a visit to Monkey Island.
The largest of all Liberia’s national parks and arguably the most intact forest ecosystem in Liberia, Sapo National Park has the distinction of having one of the highest mammalbiodiversity counts of anywhere in the world. As the second-largest area of primary tropical rain forest in West Africa, covering over 90% of the park, it’s little…
The ruins of antebellum mansions in Harper remain as a testament of the town’s Americo-Liberian heritage, but its magnificent unexploited beaches, swaying coconut palms and warm water really are the star of the show, providing an unpretentious beach getaway.
Kpatawee waterfall is a tourist attraction located in Kpatawee, Suakoko, Bong County, Liberia. Kpatawee waterfall is one of Liberia’s hidden attractions deep inside the Liberian forest. Come and experience the beautiful nature of Kpatawee.
An island of emerald green surrounded by the farmlands of Gbapolu and Grand Cape Mount counties awaits nature lovers when they visit Gola National Park. Within its rolling hills clad with forests, visitors will find one of the largest-remaining intact areas of seasonal dense moist evergreen and semi-deciduous forests in West Africa. The park is…
Housed in the former legislature of Liberia building, the Liberian National Museum provides an important record of the country’s heritage, including the nation’s first flag dating back to 1847,former President William Tubman’s carved wooden throne from the Stone Mason society and the dining table that Queen Victoria gifted JJ Roberts, Liberia’s first president.