Come in Ivory Coast

Abidjan is the main crossing point to arrive in Ivory Coast from abroad. If you fly, you will land at Felix Houphouet Boigny International Airport.


Adidjan, also known as the 'pearl of lagoons', is the economic capital of the Ivory coast.

With its business district of the Plateau and its modern buildings, its imposing monuments (Saint-Paul Cathedral, Felix Houphouet Boigny Stadium) the city constitutes a true cultural crossroads of West Africa. But it also knows how to welcome with its long beaches located in lagoon band.

The most common access to Man is by road.

Getting to Man

Several possibilities :

By road a first circuit allows to cross the following cities :

YAMOUSSOUKRO, the political capital of the Ivory Coast with its basilique, the residence of the Nation’s father, Félix Houphouët Boigny, the House of Deputies, the Félix Houphouët Boigny Foundation, the hotel "le Président", Baoulé traditional loincloth.


BOUAFLÉ, and its crossing of the Marahoué River.

DALOA, located in the west of Ivory Coast in the region of "Haut-Sassandra" (to 382 Kms from Abidjan). It is the second largest city in Ivory Coast after Abidjan and Bouaké.

The big Crossroads of GUESSABO : Located at the edge of Lake Buyo (Sassandra River) it is the obligatory passage for all those who go west. we can see a lot of roads loaded with personal vehicles or public transportation. About 440 kilometers from Abidjan, this "fish city" offers many fish vendors of all kinds and a variety of fruits.

Further, DUÉKOUÉBANGOLO (who is part of the old circle of Man); LOGOUALÉ; Then MAN.

A second road route, further south, will allow you to discover DIVO, GAGNOA, ISSIA.

The road finally reaches DUÉKOUÉ, then BANGOLO then finally MAN.

  • Hotel Les Cascades

    Adress : Grande rue du marché

    BP 485 - Man - Côte d'Ivoire

    Phone (225) 07 49 65 12 02

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