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Art has long played an important role in Liberian culture, and the country’s various ethnic groups are renowned for their ornate wood carvings, particularly wooden masks, which are said to connect life with ancestral spirits and ancient deities. Like art, religion is also woven into the fabric of Liberian life; casual ceremonies with sacred catfish force, even, while churches and mosques are full.
Liberia’s tropical climate, with a long dry season from September to June and rains peaking in August, still decides everything from transportation to work schedules. During monsoon roads turn into rivers and, at times, the country feels very much at the mercy of nature.
However, Liberia is very much the master of its own destiny and its emergence, as a credible tourist destination will largely depend on whether peace prevails and whether there is significant investment in the country’s creaking infrastructure.
The World Health Organization activated in January 2016 an initiative against Yellow Fever to prevent its spread. The Yellow Fever virus is transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes. Initial symptoms include fever, chills, headache, back pain, general body aches, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and weakness. In severe cases, the person may develop high fever, jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes), bleeding, and eventually shock and multi-organ failure.
It should be taken into account that there is a certain cultural and religious diversity, 12.2% of the population is Muslim, so particular caution should be taken to avoid any kind of incident for not observing a minimum of respect for the customs derived from Islam.
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Instead, baby Siaka saw the light of this world in mid-January at a transit center operated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso. “This is my first child. I am very relieved because everything went well during the delivery,” said Aminata*, while holding her son.
Separately, the IOM team identified 29 nationalities among the 4,500 migrants who were interviewed while crossing the country in 2018. Migrants from Côte d’Ivoire (32%), Nigeria (24%) and Mali (16%) accounted for nearly two-thirds of temporary residents.
Liberia has a cultural and natural diversity that has been collected as resources of tourist interest by specialized guides of the sector. Inhabited by 16 large native ethnic groups, plus a multicultural population that has been settling since the 19th century, the artistic samples derived from this have generated a historical sample of interest: handicrafts, sculptures, ritual masks, traditional dances, together with the local gastronomy are the bases of a cultural tourism that intermittently developed the country and are still in force for its reactivation. The national parks in the interior, the 57 km of coastline and a biodiversity that has managed to survive the environmental impacts of large mining and agricultural exploitations open another interesting space for the development of natural tourism.
The national parks in the interior, the 579 km of coastline and a biodiversity that has managed to survive the environmental impacts of large mining and agricultural exploitations, open another interesting space for the development of natural or adventure tourism. The rice and rice are popular dishes in Liberia.
Popular dishes in Liberia include rice and spicy sauces for meats. Also the stews based on fish. Palm butter with fish and green potatoes. Other popular dishes include palava sauce (made with dish leaf, dried fish or meat and palm oil) and jollof rice (rice and vegetables with meat or fish).