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13-Days Guided Cultural Discovery and Adventure Tour of Togo and Benin from Lome

13-Days Guided Cultural Discovery and Adventure Tour of Togo and Benin from Lome - Lome, Togo

Duration: 13 days
Location: Lome, Togo

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$2857.75

A great selection of different activities in Kara , Koutammako ,Pendjari , Kpalime and lome. You will visit, trek and stay in remote villages, visit caves and ,museums , swim in waterfalls, experience tradtional living culture.Mid way your trip you discover Koutammako the land of the Batammariba a stunning UNESCO world heritage cultural landscape and architecture.Travelling south ,you trek in the primary forest at Kpalime area and learn about the use of plants,herbs and trees collected from the jungle.

Day 1: You are met upon arrival at the Lomé–tokoin international airport by your local guide and transferred to your hotel ... More info ›

A great selection of different activities in Kara , Koutammako ,Pendjari , Kpalime and lome. You will visit, trek and stay in remote villages, visit caves and ,museums , swim in waterfalls, experience tradtional living culture.Mid way your trip you discover Koutammako the land of the Batammariba a stunning UNESCO world heritage cultural landscape and architecture.Travelling south ,you trek in the primary forest at Kpalime area and learn about the use of plants,herbs and trees collected from the jungle.

Day 1: You are met upon arrival at the Lomé–tokoin international airport by your local guide and transferred to your hotel .
Day 2 : Visit to market and museum
You will head to Kara north of Togo.A stop over is made at Sokode where you visit the market. Sokode is a commercial center.
Day 3 : City and sight seeing tour
You have a city tour to discover the people ,their history and their city. You will not miss the seeing of Mountain Kabye .
Day 4 : Traveling to savannah area with breathtaking views
You will depart from your hotel and travel to a contrasting landscape of savannah surrounding a small locality .
Day 5 : Discovery of caves ,and soukals - the traditional village homes
You will observe monkeys on the hills near the camp. You will visit the Nano caves and Soukalas .
Day 6 : Border crossing and safari drive
Depart for Natitingou crossing of the border Togo-Benin .Continue the route to the Pendjari National Park, Biosphere Reserve . You will take a late afternoon safari drive.
Day 7 : Game drive and swimming at a waterfall and local interaction .
You will take game drive and there after you continue to a waterfall at Tanougo for a well-deserved swim .
Day 8 : Visit and face to face interaction with tambermas of Koutammakou world heritage cultural landscape villages
Your route will take you to the Togo – Benin border you continue your journey to the valley of Tambermas, called Koutammakou and classified since 2004 in the UNESCO world heritage as cultural and natural landscape.
Day 9 : Cultural discovery of metallurgical trade of the ,and skillful black smiths of Bassar region
Depart to Bassar where the inhabitants are considered as being skillful in black smiths. Visit their blast furnaces built in clay and fired with wood .Pottery is a common artisan activity in the region.
Day 10 : You will be traveling further south to the region of the lush green forest .
Today you will move to Kpalimé , region of green forests with breathtaking scenery , water falls , rivers ,mountains and artisanal activities
Day 11 : Departure for the lovely African dream mountainous village Kouma Konda
A village of Kloto for or a botanical walk and swim in the water falls .
Day 12 : Trekking to villages and traditional evening music and dance
You will trek from one village to another in the area of Mount Agou.
Day 13 : Last Day in Kpalime
You will take a City tour of Kpalimé- purase some souvenirs when you visit the local craftsmen . After you depart to Lome for your onward flight

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7-Day Highlights of Togo

7-Day Highlights of Togo - Lomé, Togo

Duration: 7 days
Location: Lomé, Togo

From USD
$1730.00

This extraordinary activity-packed, fast-paced tour covers the best of Togo. Visit the Koutammakou UNESCO World Heritage Site and get the chance to dance with the Taberma people ... More info ›

This extraordinary activity-packed, fast-paced tour covers the best of Togo. Visit the Koutammakou UNESCO World Heritage Site and get the chance to dance with the Taberma people. Immerse in Voodoo culture and tradition in the homeland of Voodoo and visit the world’s largest Voodoo market. Visit the La Maison des Exclaves, a house built for the purpose of illegally operating a slave trade. Take on a walking butterfly safari at Mt Kloto and hike Mt Kloto to its summit to enjoy a panoramic 360° view of the Kloto region. Sail Lake Togo on a Pirogue to Togoville to gain some historical perspective. Climb a sacred baobab tree, a unique experience we guarantee you won’t forget. And there are so much more to see and experience.

Day 1: Arrive in Lome. You will be picked up at the airport and transferred to your beach hotel. Day 2: Walking tour of the city starts at the Independence Square and Congressional Palace. Visit the National Museum for an excellent historical and cultural overview of Togo. Continue your walk to the Grand Marche and Cathedral and get a glimpse of everyday life in the city. The Grand Marche is archetypal West African market, lively and colorful. We will help you navigate through this frantic, labryinth of a market. Drive to Akodessewa Fetish Market, the world's largest Voodoo market, to learn about the rituals of this ancient religion. Voodoo priests, traditional healers and charlatans from all over West Africa procure their ingredients here for their rituals. Return to hotel. Day 3: Drive to Lake Togo. Sail across the lake on a pirogue (traditional dugout canoe) to Togoville. Set out on a guided tour of the village, get a taste of Togolese rural life and gain some historical perspective. Sail back and enjoy a picnic lunch on the coast at Agbodrafo village. Visit the La Maison des Esclaves or Wood Home. This house was built for the purpose of illegally operating a slave trade. The slaves were kept in the cellar beneath the floorboards unable to stand during their confinement and were shipped on boats waiting on the coast a short walk from the house. Return to hotel. Day 4: Drive to Kloto for 2 hrs and set on a 2-hr walking tour of the village of Kouma Konda at the base of Mt Kloto and embark on a botanical excursion and butterfly safari. The waterfalls, natural streams and small pools of water in the woodland provided an ideal habitat for butterflies. The Mt Kloto area now has over 1,000 species of butterflies of different size, color and form that flutter around night & day. Hike Mt Kloto to its summit to enjoy a panoramic 360° view of the Kloto region. This hike takes about 1-1.5 hr. Overnight in Kpalime. Day 5: Drive for the entire day to Kara making a stop at the market town of Sokode. Visit the blacksmith village of Wyamde. Overnight in Kara. Day 6: Visit the Koutammakou UNESCO World Heritage Site in the morning. The Koutammakou in northern Togo is a cultural landscape that is inhabited by Taberma people. The Tabermas are famous for their two-story clay huts or ‘Tatas’ which are built out of earth as a fortress for defense against invaders. Dancing with the Taberma women in their gazelle horn headdress is an experience not to be missed. Drive for the entire day back to Lome making shopping or food stops along the way. Overnight in Lome. Day 7: Departure. You will be dropped off at the airport. This tour includes: airport transfers, English/French-speaking guides, 6 nights in a standard double room, private car/van & driver, activity fees and complementary bottled water throughout the tour. 

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5-Day Guided Cultural and Voodoo Tour of Togo from Lome

5-Day Guided Cultural and Voodoo Tour of Togo from Lome - Lomé, Togo

Duration: 5 days
Location: Lomé, Togo

From USD
$1055.70

The 5 days guided cultural trip is full of living cultural practices of fetishism that the Togolese are known to demonstrate in their life styles. You will witness activities centred on the famous voodoo practices, traditional songs and dances, the sightseeing of the markets and visit to the beach will help you know and understand the exciting history of this population better ... More info ›

The 5 days guided cultural trip is full of living cultural practices of fetishism that the Togolese are known to demonstrate in their life styles. You will witness activities centred on the famous voodoo practices, traditional songs and dances, the sightseeing of the markets and visit to the beach will help you know and understand the exciting history of this population better. People who in spite of the occidental culture influence were able to preserve their culture and custom.

Day 1: Lome
Arrival and welcome from lome tokoin airport, or by road from Ghana’s afloa border .or Benin where ever you are coming from you, will be met and assisted with customs and immigration formalities. You are transferred to your accommodation near the Atlantic Ocean with pleasant views of coconut trees.
Day 2: Togoville - Agbanakin
You check out and depart to Agbanakin a small village. You will stop at the last stronghold of slavery on the bay of Guinea. You will visit the house of the slaves (House Wood). You continue the trip in a canoe until you arrive in Togoville, the first capital of Togo under the German flag. Togoville is a city with a voodoo tradition. You will interact some voodoo priests where you will be given an explanation of their cult. You will meet the heir to the throne of King Mlapa who signed the contract of protectorate with the German exploratory Gustav Nachtigal. He will tell us about the history of Togo and lead us through the royal museum.
Upon Arrival at Agbanakin, you will pay a courtesy call to the local chief of the village.
Day 3: Agbanakin
Today will be day of discovery of the village. Indeed the village has several voodoo temples and cloisters of the Zangbéto. The Zangbéto is a fetish for protection. The Voodoo watches over the village. In the night when the Zangbéto leaves the village nobody should is suppose to see them. They have a kind of magic. They wear masks of raffia palm all the body and look like a haystack. You will witness the the ceremony to demonstrate very mystical dances. The Zangbéto falls into trance and the masks fall away, but you cannot see the person under the mask. They have transformed to an animal (turtle, crocodile, crab, chicken… or a devil), you need to discover it yourself.
After a tour in the village, you will depart by a canoe on the river Mono with fishermen for a traditional fishing and to discover the aquatic fauna.
Late afternoon you will take part in the Zangbéto dance it will be a day not to be forgotten and once in life time you will need to definitely need a lot of photos.
Day 4: Lomé
You will depart to Lomé in the morning, you will visit the fetishes market (the first and biggest voodoo market in Africa). The charlatans, voodoo priests, traditional medicine men, adepts … the whole world comes here to procure the necessary ingredient for their fetishes or to prepare medicinal or love potions. You continue to them to the grand market of Lomé called "Marché des Nanas-Benz" and to the artistic village. The rest of the day is spent at the beach
Day 5: Departure
Depending on your departure time, you check out to depart to the airport for customs and immigration formalities or cross the border to Ghana or Benin. You will be assisted. It will be time now to bid farewell to Lome .

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4-Day Tour of the Koutammakou UNESCO Heritage Site from Lome City (Togo & Benin)

4-Day Tour of the Koutammakou UNESCO Heritage Site from Lome City (Togo & Benin) - Lomé, Togo

Duration: 4 days
Location: Lomé, Togo

From USD
$775.00

The Koutammakou in northern Togo is a cultural landscape that is inhabited by the Batammariba people, also known as Tammari people, or Somba people (of Benin), or Taberma people (of combined Togo and Benin). Get the chance to visit the villages of the Taberma people in Togo and Benin ... More info ›

The Koutammakou in northern Togo is a cultural landscape that is inhabited by the Batammariba people, also known as Tammari people, or Somba people (of Benin), or Taberma people (of combined Togo and Benin). Get the chance to visit the villages of the Taberma people in Togo and Benin. The Tabermas are famous for their two-story clay huts or ‘Tatas’ which are built out of earth as a fortress for defense against invaders. Dancing with the Taberma women in their gazelle horn headdress and climbing a sacred baobab tree are unique experiences not to be missed.

Day 1: Leave Lome and drive for the entire day to Boukombe, Benin making a stop at the market town of Sokode in Togo for a stroll. Overnight in Benin. Dinner included.

Day 2: Visit the Tata Somba people and villages of Benin. Overnight in Benin. Dinner included.

Day 3: Leave Benin and drive back to Togo and visit the Koutammakou UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get the chance to climb a sacred baobab tree from the inside walls of its enormous trunk the way the Taberma people do. Climb the baobab tree from the inside walls of its enormous trunk the way the Taberma people do. Then when you reach the top of the trunk, you’d come out from a gap then come down the outside wall of the trunk akin to rock wall climbing (and trunk nodules take the place of rocks). This is a truly unique experience. Visit the blacksmith village of Wyamde. Overnight in Kara.

Day 4: Drive for the entire day back to Lome making a stop at the Palais des Congres and the market town of Sokode on the way.

This tour requires a minimum of 2 people and include: pick up and drop off at your local hotel, English/French-speaking local guides, basic double room, private car, activity fees and complementary bottled water throughout the tour. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler.

 

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3-Day Tour of the Koutammakou UNESCO Heritage Site from Lome City

3-Day Tour of the Koutammakou UNESCO Heritage Site from Lome City - Lomé, Togo

Duration: 3 days
Location: Lomé, Togo

From USD
$543.00

The Koutammakou in northern Togo is a cultural landscape that is inhabited by the Batammariba people, also known as Tammari or Taberma people. The Tabermas are known for their two-story clay huts or ‘Tatas’ which are built out of earth as a fortress for defense against invaders ... More info ›

The Koutammakou in northern Togo is a cultural landscape that is inhabited by the Batammariba people, also known as Tammari or Taberma people. The Tabermas are known for their two-story clay huts or ‘Tatas’ which are built out of earth as a fortress for defense against invaders. Dancing with the Taberma women in their gazelle horn headdress and climbing a sacred baobab tree are unique experiences not to be missed.

Day 1: Drive for the entire day to Kara making a quick stop at the market town of Sokode for a stroll. Overnight in Kara.
Day 2: Visit the Koutammakou landscape, the Tamberma Valley and the Taberma people for the entire day. Get the chance to climb up a sacred baobab tree from the inside walls of its enormous trunk the way the Taberma people do. Climb up a sacred baobab tree from the inside walls of its enormous trunk the way the Taberma people do. Then when you reach the top of the trunk, you’d come out from a gap then come down the outside wall of the trunk akin to rock wall climbing (and trunk nodules take the place of rocks). This is a truly unique experience. This trip also includes a short stop at the blacksmith village of Wyamde. Overnight in Kara.
Day 3: Drive for the entire day back to Lome making a stop at the Palais des Congres and the market town of Sokode on the way.
This tour requires a minimum of 2 people and include: pick up and drop off at your local hotel, English/French-speaking local guides, basic double room, private car, activity fees and complementary bottled water throughout the tour. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler.

 

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2-Day Voodoo Tour with a Stay in a Remote Voodoo Village

2-Day Voodoo Tour with a Stay in a Remote Voodoo Village - Lomé, Togo

Duration: 2 days
Location: Lomé, Togo

From USD
$308.00

Known as the homeland of Voodoo (or Vodun, French Vaudou), many Togolese still practice this ancient religion or spiritual folkway. Voodoo traditions and rituals remain primitive and are highly visible across the country ... More info ›

Known as the homeland of Voodoo (or Vodun, French Vaudou), many Togolese still practice this ancient religion or spiritual folkway. Voodoo traditions and rituals remain primitive and are highly visible across the country. This tour will provide an opportunity to engage yourself in Togolese life in a remote village where Voodoo has a profound influence on the daily activities of the natives. The tour includes an overnight stay at this Voodoo village.

Day1: Drive to Agome Sevah making a quick stop at a Voodoo fishing community in Aneho. Take a tour of the village of Agome Sevah and get the chance to observe a Voodoo ritual. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of River Mono. You may want to swim or paddle a canoe in the river. Stay in a basic room (dinner & breakfast incl).

Day 2: Drive to Lake Togo. Sail across the lake on a pirogue to Togoville, a center for Voodoo practices. Set out on a guided tour of the village. Enjoy a picnic lunch by the lake. Drive to your final stop at the Akodessewa Fetish Market, the world’s largest Voodoo market, where you will learn more about Voodoo rituals.

This tour requires a minimum of 2 people and include: pick up and drop off at your local hotel, English/French-speaking local guides, basic double room, private car, activity fees and complementary bottled water throughout the tour. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler.

 

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