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This tour takes you to the main attractions in Lome city the capital of Togo.You will start your tour exploring Lome Assigame big market famous with its Nana Benz (Women selling fabrics) .After your guide will take you to the independence place where you will see our independence memorial while listening to the story of our fight for independence against France.Then you will visit the national museum full of objects related to Togo history and culture.After lunch You will continue your Lome discovery with a visit to the Fetish market of Akodessewa.There you will have the opportunity to learn more about voodoo practices and voodoo ceremonies.The last stop of the tour will be the Lome art village where you can buy souvenirs from the beautiful capital of Togo
Between the 15th to the 19th century, around 12 million African men, women and children were enslaved, transported to the Americas and forced to work in plantations, construction and domestic homes. Over 30% of these people passed through the ports of Ghana, Togo and Benin. Fast forward to today, these same coastal areas provide visitors with opportunities to learn about the slave trade and the impact it has had on this region of West Africa, by visiting former slave-trading outposts and forts, historic sites, monuments, and museums. Our educational Tour can begin in either Ghana, Benin or Togo, and highlights include: the Cape Coast Castle and Elmina Castle (UNESCO World Heritage Sites), the La Maison des Exclaves, which was built for the purpose of illegally operating a slave trade that had already been abolished long before its construction. Tour of Ouida (the History Museum, the Route of the Slaves; the Point of No Return, etc) and the cities of Lome, Cotonou, and Porto Novo.
Get an insider’s perspective on Lome—Togo’s culturally rich and history-packed capital—on this full-day guided walking tour. Highlights include a stop in the world’s largest voodoo market, a visit to the historical collections in the National Museum, and a chance to meet with locals in the bustling local shopping stalls. Tours include bottled water, plus comfortable transfers in a private car.
Get an insider’s introduction to voodoo beliefs and practices during this full-day tour through Lomo. Browse occult offerings at the Akodessewa Fetish Market, hop on board a traditional canoe to the voodoo hub of Togoville, and learn about the brutal transatlantic slave markets that once took place in the coastal village of Agbodrafo.
This Tour will provide an opportunity to immerse in the real Voodoo, to educate our guests on the intricacies of this ancient religion and to provide deep insights into its origins. Our guests will engage themselves in Beninese and Togolese life where Voodoo has a profound influence on the daily activities of the local people. This Tour can begin in either Benin or Togo, and the highlights include: Tour of the cities of Lome and Cotonou. Tour of Ouidah, the home of Voodoo. Visit the world’s largest fetish market that sells objects for Voodoo rituals and spiritual healing. Visit remote and lake-side Voodoo villages in the heart of Voodoo country. Visit numerous Voodoo temples and shrines and meet Voodoo priests and devotees along the way. Enjoy a pirogue boat ride to Togoville, a historic village and center of Voodoo in Togo. Observe or participate in the different Voodoo rituals and ceremonies in Benin and Togo. An overnight stay in a remote Voodoo village.
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.