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Abidjan Tour By Night

Abidjan Tour By Night Packages
Country: Cote D'Ivoire
City: Abidjan
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Night Tour

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Package Itinerary

7 pm: Departure from your hotel for the discovery of the night in Abidjan. Dinner show at KIYI village in Cocody. You will enjoy the colorful show of the WERE WERE LIKING troupe.

After dinner, visit the former Rue Princesse and the new one. Stop at TEMPLE and PARKER PLACE

Continuation on Marcory BIETRY. Stop at the discotheque SAINT GERMAIN of European attendance. (Cooling).

Returns to your hotel around 3 am in morning.

More About Abidjan:

Although Yamoussoukro is the capital of Cote d’Ivoire, Abidjan is where the real fun happens. Nicknamed “The Manhattan of Africa” or “Little Paris,” Abidjan is history with the finest Ivorian gastronomy, culture, and local markets. Abidjan is also an incredible architecture hub with the L’ile Flottante and St. Paul’s Cathedral, trendy restaurants, and bars but also bustling markets for locals and tourists. Abidjan is classy, cultural, and fun at the same time.

Visitors most likely will feel the vibes of downtown Paris when in Abidjan due to the heavy French cultural influence on the city. From the fashion to the restaurants in this city, Abidjan is a must for any visitor to the beautiful country.

Abidjan is not known as a tourist Mecca, but there are a couple of interesting sites to visit while in the city. It is a spread-out city made up of a handful of districts but a good place to start a tour (probably the only place) is Le Plateau. Starting at Laza De la Republique and heading into the Tourist Information center in the Air Ivoire Building will give visitors a good idea of what can be seen in Abidjan. From there they can walk up Blvd De la Republique. Travelers will pass the flea market on the left-hand side of the road and will find places to eat, but they should definitely take some water along.

Visitors who stay on this road will make their way to the Cathedral St. Paul. This modern imposing Cathedral is certainly one of the major landmarks in Abidjan. Built-in honor of the Pope in 1985, the architecture is meant to symbolize the form of Jesus, though with hints of elephant tusks, the symbol of Cote D'Ivoire. The National Museum is a short walk from the Cathedral.


Located about an hour away from Yamoussoukro, the Parc National d'Abokouamekro (Abokouamekro National Park) is an up-and-coming Ivory Coast tourist attraction of great promise. Covering over 21,000 hectares of verdant grassland, crisscrossed by rivers and punctuated by towering trees, Abokouamekro National Park is also an important game reserve, offering refuge to the region's threatened wildlife. Visitors can gaze in wonder at the seemingly endless rolling green vistas, and be on the lookout for rhinos, giraffes, buffalo, hippos, monkeys, and more.

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