Sapo Ecolodge and Camping
Sapo Ecolodge is situated right outside of the Sapo National Park border, a 45-minute walk from Jalay Town through the rainforest. Sapo Ecolodge was built with a focus on preserving the rainforest and providing financial benefits to local communities. The lodge was created through a collaborative effort between the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation (WCF), the Liberian Forestry Development Authority, and six local communities.
Sapo Ecolodge consists of three charming chalets, each with a double bed and space for an additional twin cot, accommodating a maximum of three guests. The chalets are equipped with private bathrooms while campers can enjoy two tent platforms and shared bathrooms. Solar panels provide 24-hour electricity, ensuring a comfortable stay. Camping on elevated platforms is also available at the ecolodge.