Energizing On The Graceful Mono River

A memorable ride on the river followed by an encounter with a nature lover

Duration

1 day

Meeting Point

Lomé, Togo

Group Size

10 max.

Language

French & English

Minimum Age

6

What To Bring

Swimwear, reusable water bottle

Something New And Fun To Do From Lomé

Mono River Tour Highlights

From Lomé, we head East to reach the Mono River. Here we hop on a traditional fishing boat called a pirogue. Riding along the river, we enjoy the wildlife, flora, and the riverbank habitants’ daily life. Around noon, a pause on the riverbank serves us traditionally local dishes with grilled fresh fish picked up by the fishermen earlier in the morning.

After delightful lunch, the pirogue heads back through the mangroves, and those who feel for a dip in the water can enjoy a refreshing swim in the river.


Leaving the river, we head for the Ecomuseum Guindoua of Aneho, where the guide leads us through the garden. We meet the founder of the museum, who shares his passion and dedication to protecting and conserving the local flora, including the mangroves along the Mono River, while refreshments are served.

On the way back to Lomé, you will have marvelous new memories to reflect on and share with your travel companions.

Starting at $96 / person

Full day, from 8 am to 6 pm

3h30 of total travel time

Lunch included

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All Included

Included
Transportation for the whole trip
Meals and drinks
Drinking water
Tour guide for the whole trip
Entrance fees
Excluded
Personal expenses
Extra drinks
Tips

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Our Promise To Travel Responsibly

Local Food

We eat fresh fish from the river and Togolese delicacies made from local products. We also eat coconuts from the trees around us.

Cultural Heritage

We learn about traditional fishing techniques.

We discover the local flora and its use.

Sustainability

We use traditional pirogue without a motor.

The tableware we use is reusable and made of calabash and coconut.

Fair Trade Travel

We care about our partners and value their contributions. Therefore, we pay them a fair wage.

Our partners are local small businesses or organizations: bar owner, fishermen, Ecomuseum.

Cancellation policy

Impact local

Practical info: visa. etc.

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If you love Togo and nature, this tour is for you. This experience is a true gem that brings you where only a few go. It will leave you speechless and make you love Togo even more.

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