Rarely do you meet someone visiting Liberia purely for tourism. Meet Danay Bustamente, who describes herself as a passionate traveler, dancer, and dreamer. When she visited Liberia in March of this year, it was the 89th country she had been to as she was making her way across West Africa by public transportation. A Cuban who lives in Germany, she had come from Nigeria and was going through Sierra Leone next.
Along with these buildings have been several brand-new restaurants and chill spots. These new venues are not your typical Monrovia scenes as they are designed with high-quality dÃ©cor and attempt to cater to people used to the nice things in life. There are at least six of such locations that have emerged in Monrovia; we were able to give you a view of three.
About 10 minutes out of Totota, Tubman had an exotic getaway farm, which was more like a zoo. Get a glimpse of what is now left of one of Liberia’s most historic sites in this tour of Tubman’s Farm.
On the commemoration of World Tourism Day in Liberia, stakeholders within the sector have advanced new concepts to improve the sector and make it sustainable for development.
Iâ€™ve only been to Yekepa once, but it was the most adventurous experience Iâ€™ve ever had in Liberia.
A poem celebrating the beauty of Liberia, featured in Enchanting Voices, an anthology of poems and essays written by Liberian Girls.
The National Museum of Liberia is expected to reopen at the end of October this year, according to its director, Albert Markeh.
Creative Afrik, an art agency in Monrovia, will be commemorating its second anniversary this Friday with a â€˜Sip & Paintâ€™ event at the Hotel Provident Gallery in Sinkor.