A sub-Saharan country facing the Atlantic Ocean towards the south, Ivory Coast, or Côte d'Ivoire as it is officially called, is a largely flat country slowly rising towards the north. There are mountains only in the northwest, culminating in the country's highest point Mt. Nimba (1752 m) on the border with Guinea and Liberia. Starting from the south is a sandy coastline with lagoons, tropical rainforest in the southwest, some agriculture in the west, and finally more arid savanna up north.
Some hiking, usually with local guide, is possible in the rainforests of Tai National Park, in the southwest of the country, and in Maraoue National Park in the west. Other national parks are Comoe in the northeast, and Azagny on the coast down south. Camping is possible in some places, but you must bring your own gear and supplies.
- Reisgids Ivory Coast - Ivoorkust | Bradt
- Er bestaat geen Lonely Planet van Ivoorkust. Daarom vermelden wij de enige goede gids van Ivoorkust, die van Bradt Guides. Voor Afrikaanse landen net zo goed, zo niet beter dan de Planet. Beduidend soberder uitgevoerd, maar ook met veel informatie voor backpackers en met veel kaartmateriaal. Een aanrader! This is the only English-language... Read more
- Ivory Coast Michelin
- The Michelin National road map of Ivory Coast at 1:800,000 scale is ideal for trip & route planning. The map gives comprehensive coverage of national road networks showing all major motorways and main roads, and good coverage of unsurfaced roads, recognized tracks & shows a good deal of road surface type & quality information. The map is... Read more