Ropertsports Lake Pisso Liberia

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Ropertsports Lake Pisso Liberia

Lake Piso, also known as Lake Pisu and Fisherman’s Lake, is an oblong tidal lagoon in Grand Cape Mount County in western Liberia, near the town of Robertsport. At an area of 103 km², it is the largest lake in Liberia.

An open coastal lagoon near Robertsport to the west of Monrovia, the largest such inlet on the Liberian coast, surrounded by forested hillsides (including one of the rarest tropical rainforests in the region) and fed by a number of creeks and rivers; these latter drains a series of swamps above the lagoon, the lower ones of which are tidal and support mangroves. Other mangrove swamps occur behind the dune ridge on the west side of the lake mouth and at other creek mouths. A series of small lakes with swampy margins occurs on the sandy forested spit that separates the lake from the sea. Some 38 communities, totaling about 7000 people, depend upon Piso for transportation, commercial and non-commercial fishing, and sand for construction and farm-to-market infrastructure was well-developed prior to the civil crisis of the past decade. The site is important both as a nursery and spawning ground for fish and sea turtles and as feeding and roosting places for large numbers of shore and sea birds. Mammals such as antelopes, duikers, monkeys, bushbucks, and a few crocodiles are also found in the area.

Stay at Nana lodge

Nana’s Lodge is nature’s playground for families and couples looking for quality time together, surfers, adventure seekers, or just for pure relaxation.

Beyond enjoying the view, the food, and the music played at the bamboo bar, guests can book for nature trails in the rainforests, explore the town or ride the waves that attract surfers from around the world.

Located on the lush tropical coastline of Robertsport, just 2 hours outside of Monrovia, Nana’s Lodge offers the perfect getaway.

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