Abidjan, the commercial capital of Ivory Coast, is known for its skyscrapers, the wide sweeping lagoon and of course for footballer, Didier Drogba. But a lesser known fact is that it’s one of the only cities in the world to still have original, virgin rainforest in the middle of the city. Banco forest is a protected national park sandwiched between busy highways – packed with unique plant species, tropical birds and endangered monkeys. It’s also home of one of the oldest forestry schools in Africa. Two years after the conflict in Ivory Coast, theBBC’s Tamasin Ford went to find out what they’re doing to bring the tourists back.