Totota is a small town in Bong County, Liberia with a population between 5,000 and 8,000 depending upon the season. The main paved road from Monrovia to Gbarnga passes through Totota keeping Totota alive with activity day and night. Totota has several high schools, notably E.J. Yancy, Upper Room, Sandary, and Lutheran. Totota, has two health clinics, Helping Hands and "Small Phebe" in addition to a myriad of churches, shops, orphanages, day cares etc. Wednesday is market day in Totota.
President William V. S. Tubman, who served for in that capacity for 27 years, established his presidential rubber farming retreat in a Totota, with the rubber farms of Lafayette Morgan, former economic adviser to the President, and Richard Henries, the longest serving Speaker of the House of Representatives of Liberia, located adjacent. Jimmy Barolle, longtime butler to President Tubman has a 400 acre rubber farm nearby and Mrs. Antoinette Tubman, wife of the former President, boasts her own large oil palm estate near the town. A hotel and restaurant resort with an attached zoo, Coocoo's Nest, named for their daughter, Latoyatota.