Introducing Cote d'Ivore
New Zealanders are often interested in visiting countries for their trade as well as for the sake of entertainment and exploring new miracles across the world. Cote d'Ivoire is one of the countries that the New Zealanders often visit for the sake of their trade. Cote d'Ivoire is a small country of the continent Africa and is known for its interest in trade. The condition regarding security of the country is often unpredictable. There are certain warnings that are given by the government of the country regarding safe traveling in there.
Attractions of Cote d'Ivoire
Traveling has been the passion of many people around the world. Most of the people are always willing to travel around there country and they often spend much on this very habit of theirs. They are basically very much curious about exploring nature and the beautiful places in their country. It’s not only confined to just traveling across only one country that they belong to. In fact Most of the people are always willing to travel across the world. They have a sense of getting attracted towards precious beautiful things that are the basic reason that they spend so much on this habit. This is not only about traveling for the sake of just exploring the natural beauties and the real miracles across the world. Many people visit countries for their trade and economic importance.
The country is a sheer model of stability and a real economic miracle of the continent Africa. After the independence of the country the new leaders of the country persuaded the people to create a modern looking infrastructure. They never allowed them to totally break from their regal masters and made them to develop a considerable level of prosperity amongst them. The first president of the country was Houphouët-Boigny and he served the nation for a long time and had a magnetic personality that attracted people towards him. He actually supported the idea of a mixture of Western capitalism with gentle values that the people of Cote d'Ivoire already had. The nation he was president of was a one of the nations that are far away from liberalism and his dream never came true. During his era he made the economy of the country one of the very stable economies across the continent. He made the country a centre of trade for the people across the world. Especially people from New Zealand were very much interested in trading with the country. They often visited Cote d'Ivoire for their business concerns.
What sets it apart?
Cote d'Ivoire is also considered as the land of rich traditions. It contains tribes that are very diverse in their traditions and are a source attraction for the tourists specially the New Zealanders. The modernism of the country makes it somewhat different from the other important West African countries. Another West African country Abidjan is definitely damaged now a days but gleaming skyscrapers are still amazing and are a source of attraction for the people across the globe. These are some of the reasons that really make the New Zealanders to visit the country and attract them a lot.