Côte d'Ivoire

Country strongly marked by the recent unrest in his political life, Côte d'Ivoire is not the most run of the African continent destination. This obviously does not mean that the country is devoid of tourist interest. From north to south, Ivory Coast is a degraded landscape that varies with latitude: dry savanna with wooded areas, we enter more and more wooded areas down to the tropic, and the coast of the country is covered dense forest, still down however as a result of human activities. same threat to wildlife in Ivory Coast, including countries that takes its name from its elephants, now in very small numbers remaining in nature reserves. Another amazing animal, the pygmy hippopotamus is observed in the national park http://www.cityzeum.com/parc-national-de-tai Ta i. On the coast of the country, Abidjan, the largest city, is a digest of the country and its strong social inequalities. We leave this noisy urban area for the beautiful beaches of the Gulf of Guinea, symbolized by the http://www.cityzeum.com/la-baie-des-sirenes Sirens' Bay. Best time to go to Ivory Coast. The climate in Ivory Coast is generally hot and humid, and semiarid in the far north of the country. Côte d'Ivoire has generally large variations in temperature between the north and south, but also throughout the year depending on the season. Temperatures hover around 28 ° C on average. The winter from November to March is the dry season and generally the favorite season for visitors in Ivory Coast. Traveling in Ivory Coast




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