Discover Lofa County
Lofa is Liberia's northernmost county. Lofa consists of plains in its western half that rise to mountains in the east near the Guinean border. Mount Wuteve (Wologizi), Liberia's highest point, towers 4,751 feet above sea level. Lofa receives a very high rainfall in the summer but has even more prolonged sunshine in the winter, perfect for long walks near its beautiful rivers and creeks.
Lofa County is perfect for the intrepid ecotourist. With its community forest, the Bluyeama, and three national proposed reserves, namely the Wologizi Mountain, Wonegizi Range, and Foya Forest, it is perfect for exploring.
Recognized as Liberia's "breadbasket," Lofa's farms yield abundant crops forming the foundation of delectable dishes. The culinary highlight, torborgee, a rich paste of lentils and palm oil served with meats and rice, tantalizes the taste buds.