Great beaches, food, people and few tourists
Civil unrest/fighting, currently not safe for tourists
Could have been the miracle of West Africa...
The Ebrie lagoon stretches about 100 km’s parallel with the coastline it isn’t the same as it used to be. Completely polluted by the city sewers and constantly used as public toilets. The lagoon is completely wasted, e few years ago a chemical tanker cleaned and dumped its contents in the lagoon, several people were killed and many more became ill.more
"Hôtel Ivoire" in the upper class Cocody residential district west of Le Plateau is the best hotel...more
Grand Bassam has it share of local shops to buy things. Most sell slight variations of the same stuff you can buy anywhere in CI. We found a guy less than a block N. from our hotel on Treich Laplene that sold hand painted fabric. We bought a table cloth with 8 napkins for around $20...might have over paid but Kim liked the design and the guy was...more
As the former capital of the French Colony in CI this place has a few gems to see if you are into colonial architecture. Some buildings have been restored while you need to use your imagination with others...I thought they were kinda neat. If mix it in with some shopping you can spend a lazy afternoon walking around shopping and taking snaps...more
Masters Club is the quintessential small town African night club. Bright red velvet booths/sofas, luke warm beer, vibrant local and regional music and an air of sleeze, Masters is one of the only shows in town, so whether you like it or not, you have to accept it if you want to enjoy nightlife in San Pedro.
All typical drinks are served. Sit in the back booth for the best seat in the house.
Dress Code: None