Without saying too much, the immigration officer stamped my passport and allowed me to cross the border to Liberia. Here, I had to show my passport four times, all different disciplines writing down the same information. They were very keen on where I was going, to which city, which area, […]Read More
Cycle Guide Liberia
This country isn’t particularly known for its best cycling routes. In fact, cycling in Liberia can be quite though and demotivating. As one of the poorest countries, don’t expect good facilities and food. The many rain makes most of the roads nearly inaccessible. But hey, if you like real raw adventure, this might be the place to be. And maybe you find some inner truths about yourself, since that’s what though places do.
A visa is required.
|Language||English, local languages|
|Currency||LRD (2019: €1 = LRD215)|
|GDP-rank||#183 (of 192 countries)|
See & Do
Possible, but there are lots of people everywhere, so consider asking permission first.
A great way of meeting locals and sleeping in your own comfortable bed. Ask anyone in a village and they will search a spot for you.
Most cities have accommodation. Room with fan should be around LRD 1.000, with AC a bit more. Expect bucket showers.
WS / CS
Not very common, only big cities offer CS hosts.
Unknown, but the best chances are somewhere in Monrovia.
Food & Drinks
- Onroad: Rice with fish (±200 LRD)
- Local food: Rice, bushmeat, fish
- Local drink: Palm wine
Generally safe to cycle, be cautious in big cities.