Esther Teah is a 16-year-old Liberian surfer. She is a great ambassador for women surfers in Liberia, and Africa in general. She is the current Liberian Women’s Champion and has held the title for two years. In last year’s Liberian National Surfing Championship she upped… Read More »
Source : Liberia Surfing Federation Rise Above Ebola: Robertsport from daniel on Vimeo. Liberia is currently in the middle of the worst Ebola outbreak in history. For the last 2 years we have worked tirelessly to bring tourism to our community of Robertsport, Liberia by… Read More »
Read a special feature on The Surfers Path magazine about the blooming surfing community of Liberia, Africa.
Source: The Inertia – Sean Brody Surfing is not new to Liberia. Expatriates and the odd traveling surfer have found their way to the warm waters of Liberia since the ’70s and many wandered to the fabled left-hand point breaks of Robertsport. However, the local… Read More »
Source: The Surfer’s Journal The Surfer’s Journal has launched their new E-Book called “After the Discovery – The Evolution of West African Surf Culture,” where they examine the impact of surfing on the coastal communities of West Africa. After more than a decade of violent… Read More »
Liberia is celebrating 10 years of Peace and Reconciliation and 5 years of Surfing! The local Surfers of Liberia will take to the left point breaks of Robertsport this weekend in the 5th Annual Liberian National Surfing Championships, presented by Kwepunha Retreat, Surf Resource Network,… Read More »