Travel in the Ivory Coast, all the things to know to spend a holiday in the West African state.
Guide Ivory Coast
Côte d’Ivoire, known as Ivory Coast, is a country in West Africa. To the west it borders Liberia and Guinea, to the north by Mali and Burkina Faso, on the east by Ghana and south by the Gulf of Guinea, its capital is Yamoussoukro, where he is one of the largest churches in the world, the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace, consecrated by Pope John Paul II September 10, 1990.
The name comes from the Ivory Coast many elephants hunted in past centuries by colonists from all over europe.
Itinerary Ivory Coast
The other important city of Côte d’Ivoire is Abidjan, the former capital and main commercial center of the country, many government offices and foreign embassies remained in this vast and populous city.
In the village there are several areas that offer visitors a fascinating nature, such as the Parc National de Taï, one of the last untouched areas of rainforest in West Africa, the region of Man, also known as the region of 18 mountains, known for masks characteristics of villages and for Yacouba dancers who perform on stilts.
Near the town of Man are located, a waterfall, Cascade, which flows out of a dense bamboo forest, Mount Tonkoui and Mount La Dent de Man, where to hike, while in the vast Comoé National Park, crossed by the homonymous river, various species of animals.
To the west of the city of Abidjan Sassandra is located at the mouth of the river of the same name, and is characterized by beautiful beaches. Currently traveling in this country are not recommended for the serious political and institutional crisis in which it is located.