Monrovia Historical Tour$55 per person
Embark on a historical journey through the capital of Africa’s first independent Republic, Monrovia. Formally known as “the city of Christ” or Christopolis, this little city holds a tremendous amount of antiquity. Nestled in Monrovia’s highest point, Ducor Hill is Liberia’s first defense facility, Fort Norris, the country’s first lighthouse, a monument honoring our first president, Joseph Jenkins Roberts, and the remnants of Liberia’s first five-star hotel (the first in West Africa), The Ducor Hotel.
Traditional Cooking Class$65 per person
Enjoy an authentic Liberian experience through the art of traditional cooking. Gain the chance to see a live demonstration of how some of the country’s most delicious meals are prepared. Learn everything from what ingredients are used and why, to the various cooking tools that help make these meals come to life. Vegetarian options are available if requested.
The Firestone Rubber Plantation$60 per person
Enjoy a ride through the world’s largest rubber plantation. Having been a part of Liberia since 1926, The Firestone Rubber Plantation is filled with rich history to be revealed to you through live commentary during your tour. At the tours end head over to The Firestone Club House Restaurant. This quaint eatery is the perfect place to enjoy local and international cuisine, and also offers a gorgeous view of the plantations 9-hole golf course.
Mangrove Canoe Ride$55 per person
Pamper yourself by embarking on a truly magical experience. The Du River mangroves are sure to bring out the nature enthusiast dwelling inside of you. Relax to the sound of the river as our expert rower takes you through the lush green mangroves on an exceptionally made canoe. Take in the sights of vast bio-diversity, entangled roots, exotic birds and plants, several rivers, and various islands. The Bemah Village is situated on one of the river’s largest islands, and was once inhibited by the Mamba Bassa, the first tribe to ever dwell there.
Chimpanzee Island Boat Tour: $60 per person
Take a voyage to Marshall City surrounded by various lagoons, and a cove where three rivers converge and flow into the Atlantic Ocean is the Chimpanzee Island, a place where over 60 chimps call home. Take a glimpse into their world from a safe distance as they roam free on the island’s edge. Bring them offerings of banana and sugar cane, and watch as they harmlessly extend their gratitude in you doing so. The route to Chimpanzee Island lies on the Farmington River. Gain the knowledge of traditional hospitality and customs from the local fisherman, and partake in some fishing action as they share with you some of their vintage techniques.
A Visit to the Nation’s Oldest City $65 per person
We will journey over to Grand Bassa County, Liberia, also known as “the birthplace of the nation’s hospitality”. Here, we will embark on a traditional African experience like no other. We will spend the day at the Elizabeth Resort & Traditional Village and be exposed to the daily life of the Bassa people through their traditional lifestyle practices. Learn how they cook their food, family roles, how they entertain themselves, and so much more. During the visit we will travel by canoe to Edina, Liberia’s oldest freed American slave settlement. Gain the chance to tour the ruins of the colonial style homes of the 1800’s and learn the powerful history of these resilient people.
Fishing Tour$700 for a half day tour
Set sail at dawn watching the gorgeous sun rise above the Atlantic Ocean for an all-day fishing excursion. Aboard the JESSE LEE you will be given the chance to experience the dance of the dolphins as they jump and dive to their own unique rhythm. Seated comfortably in a spacious boat with a sheltered cabin, private toilet, and opened sunning area take you chance at catching a variety of fish including Marlins, Mahi Mahi or “Devil Fish” as the locals call it , and Yellow Tail Tuna just to name a few. Come and experience adventure tourism at its best.r