If you are considering an Eastern or South Africa holiday, Monrovia, Liberia offers everything one could hope for in a tropical vacation. Among Monrovia’s elegant resorts and luxury villas, vacationers will find museums, temples, markets, beaches, and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
According to the Koppen-Geiger climate classification system, the climate in Monrovia has been classified as a tropical monsoon climate. This means there is a wet season and dry season, and that the temperature is stable 12 months per year. Climate data collected by the BBC shows that the lowest average high temperature in Monrovia is 81 degrees Fahrenheit, and these “cool” temperatures occur between the months of June through September. The lowest average temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit was recorded during the months of May, July, September, and October.
For Americans who have already experienced the best Monrovia hotels or holiday villas, Monrovia feels like summer all year round. However, the best time to make a reservation at one of Monrovia’s elegant resorts is dictated by the wet season and the dry season. While wet and dry seasons can vary, Liberia’s wet season takes place between May and October of each year. Since these also happen to be the “cooler” months, one might consider planning a Monrovia vacation between the drier months of November through April.
While in Monrovia, a couple notable attractions are the Masonic Temple and the Liberian National Museum. While looting during Liberia’s fairly recent civil wars resulted in around 5,000 lost items, over 100 richly historic artifacts remain on display at the Liberian National Museum. The Liberian Masonic Temple was founded in 1867 after freed American slaves were “returned” to Africa via the misguided American Colonization Society.
Among the countless vacation spots around the world, the African coast might be one of the world’s best kept vacation secrets. If you are a vacationer who is looking for a unique destination that offers all the pleasures of a tropical paradise, a Monrovia vacation might be just the thing. After all, you only live once, and it is not every day that you get the chance to experience Monrovia.
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I feel like such a loser when I read about stuff like this. Hell, I can’t even afford to a “vacation” in a pup tent in my backyard. But honestly I also have no interest in vacationing in Africa.