ABIDJAN – The Perl of the Laguna

Located on the southeast of the country on the Atlantic Coast and surrounded by the Ebrié Lagoon. Abdjan is the largest city of Côte d’Ivoire. With 10 Districts and about 4,5 Million inhabitants, Abidjan is the largest city and metropolitan area of Côte d’Ivoire including the cities of Anyama, Bingerville, Grand-Bassam and Songon Agban. 




As the main city, Abidjan is also the transit zone for other destinations when travelling in and around Côte d’Ivoire. There is a lot to see and to do in Abidjan. Learn more


The City of Grand-Bassam

The City of Grand-Bassam has played a very important role historically in the shaping of Côte d’Ivoire. The city was a pole during the first contacts of the Europeans with West-Africa as it is located on the coast. it also served as the capital city in the colonial period.



The city has a lot to offer to those who want to learn more about the colonial history of the country with  numerous historical buildings and monuments. But if you like bathing in the sea you will be more than enchanted with wonderful beaches the city offers. Learn more





Located in the centre of Côte d’Ivoire, Yamossoukro is the political and admninistrative capital of the country. Developed from the fusion of several villages, the city was established as the capital city of Côte d’Ivoire in 1983.




In Yamoussoukro you have the possibility to visit several prestigious Ivoirian monuments such as the Basilica Notre Dame de la Paix, the Fondation Felix Houphouet Boigny, the Hotel President, the Presidential Palace, residence of the late Ivorian president Felix Houphouet Boigny and the nearby Cayman Lake, the Residence of the MPs, the big Mosque and many more. Learn more



The city of Man is located in the region of the 18 mountains, in the western part of Côte d’Ivoire. The city is also one of the cultural strongholds of the country. There are many tourist attractions in Man and its surroundings, not to miss out, while in Côte d’Ivoire for more sensational and unforgettable moments.



Tourists sites here are close to one another. For that reason it is possible to have a tour of many sites.

You can have nice walks in the forest, climb the mount Nimba the highest mountain in Côte d’Ivoire, covered by a luscious tropical forest. There are also trips to the wicker bridge, the waterfall and many more. Learn more


San Pedro and Sassandra have the most original and authentic beaches but the less visited in Côte d’Ivoire. Bordered by forest and rocks, very quiet with fine sand and pure air from the surrounding forest, the beaches here have an enchanting atmosphere. San Pedro and Sassandra are the two main cities on the south-west coast of the Country. Learn more



Fotamanan – Korhogo

Korhogo is located in the northern part of Côte d’Ivoire in the region of Poro. The city was created around the 14th century and is one of the oldest cities in the country. As with the region of the 18 mountains, the region of the Poro has a very rich cultural and traditional heritage. The appellation Poro owes its name to the initiatory system of Poro practiced by the population in the region. 


The Mosque of Kong – Massiriba

The Massiriba or the big Mosque is built in the same style as the Mosque of Djenné, a Sudanese-Sahelian architecture with Islamic influences and is dated from the 17th century. Learn more