Liberia has a reputation for being an island nation, but that isn’t the case.
Here’s the best places for Liberian travellers to visit and how to plan your trip.1.
Liberia City, Liberia 1.5 million people live in Liberia, a country of less than 300,000.
It is the second poorest country in the world.
Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, has one of the highest rates of malaria in Africa, with a death toll of about 1,000 people per year.2.
Boko Haram: The Islamist group has been responsible for a string of high-profile attacks in the country, including one in March that left at least 18 people dead and over 100 injured.
The group has taken advantage of a weak central government in the West African country to carry out attacks.3.
Liberia’s capital is Monrovis.
The capital of Liberia, Monerove, is one of Africa’s busiest cities.
It hosts major international conferences, including the G20 Summit.4.
Famous for its red, white and blue flag and black-and-white flag of independence, Liberia is also home to some of Africas most famous wildlife.
Its national park covers 1.3 million square kilometres (500,000 square miles) and has a population of over 100 million.
The Ebola virus has infected over 9,400 people and killed 1,927.
In 2014, Liberia had a total of 1,500 confirmed cases of the virus.
It has now recorded 2,719 confirmed and suspected cases of Ebola.6.
Its capital is Kinshasa.
This is the capital of Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The capital is also a popular holiday destination and the home to the country’s famed Coca Cola bottling plant.
Downtown Monrove is the countrys largest city.
It was founded in 1533 by a Dutch explorer named Willem-Alexander.
It became the capital in 1834 when the Dutch were defeated in the Boer War.8.
Monrovia is a city that’s also home for the African Elephant, which was first discovered in 1846.
Nigeria is the largest country in sub-Saharan Africa.
Its the most populous country in Africa and hosts more than 1.8 million people.10.
Lebanon has one-third of the world’s oil reserves.
Eritrea, the country in Central Africa, is the last country in East Africa that was not occupied by an armed group.
Eritrea has seen sporadic violence since the end of the 2011 uprising, but its armed forces are still active.12.
South Sudan is a country in South Sudan, a region that has been under the control of Sudanese president Salva Kiir.
Mozambique, known for its beautiful beaches and beaches, is home to a number of popular beaches.
Congo is home of the Democratic Republic Of The Congo, or DRC, which is also known as the Democratic Union Of The Republic Of Congo.
Kinshasas capital is the Kinsha town, which in turn is home for Kinshasha.
Rwanda is one the poorest countries in the African continent.
The country has one the highest death rates in Africa.
Ivory Coast is home country to the world famous Ivory Coast Lion, which has been in the trade since the 16th century.
Tanzania is the worlds largest producer of cocoa beans.
It produces about 1.6 billion bags a year, making it the second-largest cocoa producer in the continent.
Cape Verde is one island nation in the Caribbean Sea.
The smallest island nation of the Caribbean, Cape Verde has the second largest population after Dominica, with more than 30 million people living on the island.
Kenya is the poorest country of Africa.
The most populous nation in East Asia, it is home only to a small percentage of the population.
Zimbabwe is the most-populated country in Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwean government is in the midst of a massive corruption scandal, with some officials facing murder charges and others being charged with corruption.
India has the highest proportion of people living below the poverty line, with about 1 in 4 people in India living in poverty.
France has the third highest population in the European Union, with 2.2 million people, or 14.3% of the total.
Haiti is a tiny island nation sandwiched between the United States and Canada.
The island nation is one among many in the Central African Republic, one