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Cynthia Lynn Blandford
Honorary Consul General
Republic of Liberia
Consulate for the State of Georgia
225 Peachtree Street N.E., Suite 515
Peachtree Center – South Tower
Atlanta, GA 30303


Tues and Thursday 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

  • Same Day Visa appointments are between 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • All visa pick-ups are from 3:00 PM – 3:15 PM


  • Original birth certificate of the child
  • Notarized consent letter from parent/guardian. (Whichever is not traveling with the child)
  • Immunization Records
  • Valid Passport at least 6 months
  • Visa Application form
  • Visa Fee
To contact our office, call 404-565-1154 or Contact Us

Travel & Tourism

Liberia's Travel and Tourism

Liberia is an amazing destination for Travel and Tourism. The rich cultural heritage of the Liberian people combined with the breathtaking landscapes, exotic adventures, and delicious foods make Liberia an ideal destination. Come to Liberia, we look forward to welcoming you.

Liberia Travel Ideas

  • Liberia is a great place to visit for the follow type of travel:
    • Weddings & Anniversaries
    • Reunions and Family Trips
    • Business Conferences and Symposiums
    • Heritage Tours
    • Mission Trips
    • Surfing and Sporting Adventures

Facts About Liberia

Capital: Monrovia
Land Area: 38,250 Square Miles (Size of Tennessee)
Population: 4.5 Million
Bordering Countries: Sierra Leone, Guinea, Cote D’Ivoire
President: His Excellency, George M. Weah (2018- Present)
Government: Republic.  Declared independent in 1847
Geography: Sandy beaches along the coast, shallow lagoons, tdal creeks and mangrove swamps, plateaus, dense forests, mountain regions.
Weather: Hot, tropical climate.  The rainy season is from May to October. The dry season is from December to March
Primary Exports: Diamonds, rubber, iron ore, timber, and gold.
Currency: U.S. Dollar.  Liberia is a cash economy.
Security: Stable Democracy with 12-years of peace
Language: Official language is English.  However, most people speak Liberian English. The main local dialects are Bassa, Gio, Kpelleh, Kru, Lorma and Mano.
Religion: Religion: Majority Christian, with a significant Muslim and traditional beliefs exist throughout the country.
Culture: Liberians are friendly, talkative and gregarious. The Liberian handshake is a hand shake followed by a finger snap.  Liberians take pride in their local customs and will appreciate the gesture. Most Liberian interactions, from the casual to the business, ends with exchange of business cards – please be prepared to bring enough cards to share.
Tourism: Liberia has 570km of Atlantic coastline with beautiful beaches.  Lake Piso, an open coastal lagoon west of Monrovia has been designated a Wetland of international importance.  Sea Turtles and shore birds.  Liberia’s forest includes the Sapo National Forest and harbors some 2,000 variety of flowering plants, 125 species of mammals, 590 species of birds, 74 species of reptiles and amphibians. Notable fauna includes the forest elephant, the pygmy hippo, Zebras and the Liberian mongoose.
Notable Gift and Souvenirs: Art, jewelry, honey, handmade country cloth and Lively, versatile imported fabrics.