Sapo National Park
Sprawling national rainforest housing diverse species of indigenous & endangered mammals & birds.
Sapo National Park is a national park in Sinoe County, Liberia. It is the country's largest protected area of rainforest and its only national park, and contains the second-largest area of primary tropical rainforest in West Africa after Taï National Park in neighbouring Côte d'Ivoire. Agriculture, construction, fishing, hunting, human settlement, and logging are prohibited in the park.
Sapo National Park is Liberia’s largest protected area of rainforest and its only national park, covering an area of 1,308 km² (505 sq mi). Animal species include the African Civet, Giant Forest Hog, Great Blue Turaco and White Necked Rockfowl.