It is enough to move a few tens of kilometers from the busy and chaotic Monrovia, to get in direct contact with a primitive and wild nature, among waterfalls, heights and dense forests that are the ideal habitat for a very rich endemic flora and different species of animals.
Leaving behind the coastal belt extended for more than 600 km and the green plains that embrace it, you find yourself walking the only paved road in the country headed for the border with the Ivory Coast. Here, gentle slopes, enchanting waterfalls and extensive plantations of hevea, the rubber tree, lead to the mountain range that culminates with Mount Nimba. A natural sanctuary of gallery forests, springs and bodies of water and majestic trees extending over 13,000 hectares, which houses in its ecosystem more than 700 species of butterflies, thousands of birds and is a inexhaustible reserve of medicinal plants used by the traditional pharmacopoeia.
Day 1 :
The mighty Kpatawee Waterfalls.
The magnificent landscapes of the Nimba Mountains and the Yekepa “blue lake”.
Return to the capital
Day 4 :