Visit Marshall, just a short drive from Monrovia, where you’ll find several resort options for beach lovers who want to spend their days relaxing on palm-fringed golden shores or perhaps cooling off in the refreshing pools of one of the resorts.
But there’s lots more to do as you’ll come to discover, from joining a sea turtle beach patrol, cruising the Marshall Wetlands' waterways in a traditional boat, visiting the Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary, floating the lazy river at the Libassa Ecolodge, or exploring the nearby forests to spot some of the native species of bird, of which there are 200 here. Get to know Liberian culture during a visit to a local village to learn how the locals go about their day-to-day, or perhaps learn to cook the Liberian way.
Head to Marshall City, where a new tourism dock provides a jumping off point to explore Marshall's rivers and wetlands by boat. Rub shoulders with Liberian fishermen when you explore Marshall City’s Fishing Village and learn about daily life on the Farmington River. You can also arrange a fishing and sightseeing ride on a traditional fishing boat from the Fishing Village and wind your way through mangrove forests and by islands. The dock also serves as the launch for visiting the Kokon Ecolodge, just a short boat-ride away on a strip of beautiful isolated coast near Bassa Point.