Private Abidjan One-Day Must-Sees and Off-the-Beaten Path


Williams D.

English (Native), French
8 hours
Private tour (only you and your group)
Up to 5 people

Abidjan is the economic capital of Ivory Coast and it is filled with great sites and land marks such as La Pyramide, St. Paul's Cathedral, Banco forest reserve, etc and to those that love night life Zone4 is wonderful! In this tour, I'll take you to the must-see spots as well as the hidden gems only the locals know.

Grand Bassam was the first colonial capital of Ivory Coast and it is a UNESCO HERITAGE SITE with lots of colonial buildings.You will see wonderful things that makes Bassam unique


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Meeting Point

At your Hotel


Hotel Pick up


St. Paul's Cathedral

One of the architecture wonders in church constructions, one of the landmarks in Abidjan. It's stunning and beautiful. You can't miss it when you come to Abidjan.


La Pyramide

One of the earliest high rise buildings in Ivory Coast. It is one of the most famous buildings in Abidjan for its distinctive architecture and one of the first high-rise buildings built in the Plateau area at the time of the Ivorian miracle.


Grand Mosque at Plateau

The Plateau Mosque is one of the largest and most modern religious buildings in the country. Its capacity (9,500 places), its amphitheater, its offices, its ultra modern parking, as well as the minaret sixty-five meters long, make it one of the most beautiful mosques in the region.


African Markets

Typical African Markets to see buying and selling in an African way.



We will have lunch at the market or let me know your preferences.


Museum of Civilization

The museum was originally a craft center created by the colonial administration in 1942. The collections of the museum is estimated at about ten thousand artifacts which were largely made during colonial period.


Colonial governors office at Bingerville

Originally a market town, Bingerville grew as the capital of the French colony from 1909 until 1934. It is named after Louis-Gustave Binger, a former French colonial governor. Many colonial buildings survive in the town, which is also known for its botanical gardens.


Botanical Garden

Discover plants, insects, reptiles, and small mammals native to Ivory Coast.


Suburbs of Abidjan to See Off-the-beaten Path

See more of what you will miss on the beaten routes.


Artist Village

The artistic inhabitants of the Sotheca village come from all over the Ivory Coast, united by a shared aim: to keep this country's traditions alive.

Ending Point

At your Hotel

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Inclusions & Exclusions

What‘s included

*Guide fees,


*Entrance fees

What‘s not included

Meals & Drinks

Important Information

any time

By booking this Tour it means you are using one STONE to kill TWO BIRDS (ABIDJAN AND GRAND BASSAM)

If you prefer local transports to private cars all is possible we can discuss and negotiate.All is flexible

Cancellation Policy

  • Free cancellation - 30 days prior to meeting time
  • 50% Refund - 15 to 29 days prior to meeting time
  • No Refund - Within 14 day(s) prior to meeting time
$180/ per person