8 Days Discover Liberia Safaris
This safari package will take you to some of the most extraordinary tourist attractions in Liberia but due to the uncertainty of accommodation facilities in the country, the tour may be operated from the main capital Monrovia where you will drive every day to experience the attraction and return to Monrovia.
- Bomi blue lake
- Mangrove paradise
- Bomi Blue Lake
- Firestone rubber plantation
Day 1: Arrival in Monrovia
Upon arrival at Roberts International Airport, informally also known as Robertsfield, is an international airport you will be received by our representative and transfer to the lodge for overnight
Day 2: Monrovia city tours
After morning breakfast you will drive to Monrovia the capital city of the West African country of Liberia Located on the Atlantic Coast at Cape Mesurado and a lot of historical sites were set after the civil war and its worth a city tour as an opener to Liberia safari and later return to the lodge for leisure and if time allows you check out one of the beach restaurants
Day 3: Monrovia-Bomi Blue lake-Monrovia
The Blue Lake in Tubmansburg, Bomi is a local attraction and contains many interesting bird watching opportunities. Ducks, waders, swallows, and forest edge species can be seen along the walk down to the lake.
Day 4: Monrovia- Ropertsports –Monrovia
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.
Day 5: Monrovia-Mangrove paradise-Du River-Monrovia
The du river is where the mangrove swamps where Mrs. Pinky Bemah Goll, a farmer, is seeking to boost agriculture and tourism in the mangrove swamp along the Robertsfield Highway, Montserrat County, as part of her stake in the Liberian economy. Therefore, she is seeking partnership from the public or private sector.
With support from her family, she bought 100 acres of land where she has planted a variety of crops and has planned to construct modern facilities for recreation purposes.
Day 6: Monrovia-Gbarnga-Kpatawee-Monrovia
Gbarnga is the capital city of Bong County, Liberia, lying northeast of Monrovia. During the First Liberian Civil War, it was the base for Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia. Cuttington College, a private, Episcopal-affiliated institution, is located near the town.
The village is positioned amongst high rises and deep valleys. Many locals who do farming reside in the village, many of which generate income from growing rice and bananas. You will pass forests of banana plants, waiting for the sun to aid with their ripening.
Day 7: Monrovia-Firestone rubber plantation-Monrovia
After morning breakfast you will drive to Firestone rubber plantation which has been a trusted partner of the people and country of Liberia for many decades. The company makes unparalleled contributions to the economic and social development of the country, leading Liberia’s private sector in employment, education, and healthcare opportunities for thousands of its citizens.
Later you will drive back to Monrovia.
Day 8: Departure
After lazily morning depending on your flight you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home if your flight is late a day room can be arranged at an extra cost.
End of tour
Additional accommodation can be arranged for an extra cost.
What’s included in the 8 Days Discover Liberia Safaris?
- Transport and guide
- entrance fees
- Drinking water
What’s excluded in the 8 Days Discover Liberia Safaris?
- International flight
- travel and medical insurance
- Meals not described in the itinerary
When to book the safari package?
Travelers are advised to book this safari package at least 4 months in advance to allow proper planning of the safari but last-minute inquiries can be made.
Best Time to Travel
Between December & March.