WHY VISIT LIBERIA
Several sites really deserve your visit: the capital Monrovia can be your first stop. You will discover the National Museum, the former Masonic Temple, the Botanical Garden, and the Zoo, and stroll through the narrow streets and maze of the Waterside Market.
The beaches are particularly beautiful, and you can relax on Monravia, Robertsport, and Buchanan, which is the second largest port in the country: watch out for the latter, the ocean can be there dangerous.
To discover absolutely, the national park of Mount Nimba, with the luxuriant forest that covers its slopes, rich in fauna and extraordinary flora, and the savannahs around.
Another interesting natural site is the swamps of Lake Piso, forming one of the largest lagoons in Africa and home to multiple animal species, fish, and birds.
Do not miss the fabulous falls of Kpatawee, the pools around Gbanga, and the many rubber plantations, and discover during your visits the rich crafts of the country and the dances proper to each tribe that sign the many festive events. Without forgetting the local cuisine that will fill the most difficult!
WHAT TO SEE IN LIBERIA
WHEN TO GO TO LIBERIA
The best period to visit Liberia is from November to April.
The climate divides the year into two periods: a dry season that lasts from November to April, and a rainy season between May and October when severe thunderstorms occur regularly.
Following is a list of typical festivals and celebrations of Liberia.
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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH LIBERIA
by plane, the main airports are:
GENERAL INFORMATION ON LIBERIA
health tips & vaccination: It is strongly advised to drink only boiled water or bottled water, and not to eat raw vegetables, fruits or crustaceans. Meat and fish must be eaten well cooked. Vaccination against yellow fever is mandatory, but it is prudent to have more universal vaccinations as well as those against hepatitis A and B and meningitis. Also take anti-malarial treatment and protect yourself from mosquitoes. Finally, the fight against Ebola is still current in the country, so learn more about this before leaving for Liberia.
local currency: Liberian Dollar
local time zone: GMT+0
electricity: type A, type B, type C , type Eand type F (120 V, 220 V – 50 Hz, 60 Hz)
WHAT TO DO IN LIBERIA
typical food in Liberia
souvenirs from Liberia
- embroidered clothing, bowls, wooden vases, masks, jewelry
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