Ivory Coast (or Cote d’lvoire) is situated in West Africa and is officially called the Republic of Cote d’lvoire. Beaches, photo safaris, tourist villages and wildlife preserves provide the major attractions for the tourists. Tourism of Ivory Coast has seen significant rise in activity in the last few years and Ivory Coast is now an attractive tourist destination of Africa.
West African CFA franc (XOF)
322,463 square km (124,502 square miles)
French, Dioula, Baoulé, Dan, Anyin, Cebaara & Senufo
Climate & Geography
The climate of Ivory Coast varies from the southern parts to the northern parts. The southern coasts have a warm and humid equatorial climate while the northern parts see a tropical climate. The period between November and March is warm and dry, the one between March and May is hot and dry and the one between June and October is hot and wet. The average temperatures of Ivory Coast range between 25 degrees Celsius and 32 degrees Celsius (77 degrees F and 89.6 degrees F).
Ivory Coast is situated between latitudes 4 degrees and 11 degrees N and longitudes 2 degrees and 9 degrees W. It is surrounded by Mali and Burkina Faso in the north, Liberia and Guinea in the west, the Gulf of Guinea in the south and Ghana in the east.
The railways, highways, waterways and airways are convenient ways of transportation in Ivory Coast. The railways are state-controlled and link Ivory Coast to the nearby nations.
Tourist & Immigration Info
The two types of visas which Ivory Coast allows are Ivory Coast Tourist Visa and Ivory Coast Business Visa. More details can be found at the Ivory Coast embassies.