Africa, the motherland has loads to offer and Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) is one of them
There are two different names of the country used in media. Ivory Coast is the English version whereas Côte d'Ivoire is the French version.
In 1985 the official name changed from the English version to the current French version and became internationally branded as such.
Côte d’Ivoire! A must see tropical paradise wonder. Côte d’Ivoire is a true stunner, filled with starfish sands, forests of palm trees, and bronze like roads
There are three ecosystems in the land area. The South consists of a coastal strip bordering the Gulf of Guinea.
The territory is occupied by forests, and the North consists of large open areas of Savannah conducive to farming
Côte d’Ivoire has two official capitals. Yamoussoukro the political and administrative capital, and the country’s 4th largest city. Abidjan is the economic capital and is officially listed in guidebooks.
The economic progress is evident in modern life and culture while managing to hold true identity. Unlike other traditional African countries, the economy in the Ivory Coast economy is advanced and developed.
The country serves as the largest exporters of cocoa and produces coffee beans.
Parc National de Taï in the south offers a Safari experience with hidden secrets and chimps under tree boughs cracking nuts .hides secrets, species and nut-cracking chimps under the boughs of its trees, while the peaks and valleys of Man offer a highland climate, fresh air and fantastic hiking opportunities through tropical forests.
The valleys and peaks offer fresh air and highland climate with opportunities to hike through the tropical forests.
Grand Bassam and Assinie are beach resorts for perfect weekend retreats of blue heavens.
Côte d’Ivoire experiences tropical weather along the coast and semi-arid in Northerly regions, staying dry and warm and hot and wet from June until October. . and wet from June to October.
The culturally diverse Côte d’Ivoire has five ethnic groups.The majority is the Akan group which constitutes of about 42% of the population.