Liberia is a large Sub-Saharan nation situated on the West African coast, bordered by Sierra Leone to the northwest, Guinea to the north and the Côte d’Ivoire to the east.
Agriculture: 26,000 square kilometres
Forest: 30,336 square kilometres
Water: 15,050 square kilometres
Arable Land: 20,826 square kilometres
National Parks: 4,108 square kilometres
Total land area: 96,320 square kilometres
Liberia is divided into 68 districts. Sanniquellie is the largest district in the country covering a total area of 11,551 square kilometres.
Mount Nimba is the tallest mountain Liberia reaching a height of 1,752 metres
Longest River: Cavalla River covering a distance of 515 kilometres
Largest Lake: Lake Piso with surface area of 103 square kilometres
There are two national parks in Liberia with Lofa-Mano National Park being the largest park covering an area of 2,300 square kilometres and Sapo National Park covering an area of 1808 square kilometres.