Togo From South To North In 8 Days

Discover a very diverse land with many different cultures


8 days

Meeting Point

Lomé, Togo

Group Size

10 max.


French & English

Minimum Age


What To Bring

Swimwear, reusable water bottle, walking shoes

The Best Of Togo

In A Single Tour

Take advantage of most of what Togo has to offer. Meet the Togolese People in cities but also in rural areas. From the coastal region to the mountains and the savannah, enjoy a diversity of gorgeous landscapes, interesting cultures and historical sites.

Togo Tour Highlights

Day 1 – Meet the living forces of Lomé

Palais de Lomé: museum of Contemporary African Art with a beautiful garden representing all the regions of Togo

Espace Viva: lunch cooked by a local chef showcasing his creations. Meeting with local entrepreneurs in organic cosmetics and fashion based on recycled fabric scraps.

Woelab: A low-tech and eco-conscious startup incubator. Understand the philosophy behind it and witness a few projects.

We will spend the night in a beautiful villa entirely constructed with local material and decorated with pieces from local artists and artisans. African dinner is served on the roof terrace, facing the ocean.

Lunch, dinner



Day 2 – Explore the Missahoe forest

We arrive in a charming village on Mount Kloto where we are welcomed by the traditional authorities. In the classified forest of Missahoe, we walk among agricultural fields and century-old trees. Our guide shows us how pigments from plants are used to make paint.

After lunch, each can wander in the village before going to a nearby small waterfall. An artist using plant pigments shows his art by the waterfall, where we can also cool down in the water.

We spend the night in modern, tastefully decorated mud huts constructed traditionally.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Day 3 – Enjoy a waterfall and learn African music and dance

Kpimé Falls: Hike in the mountain to reach the gorgeous falls.

Learn the basics of African dance and drums in a remote cultural center.

Drive to Atakpamé where we spend the night in a hotel on one of the seven hills of the city.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Day 4 – Discover Niamtougou

Drive to Niamtougou.

CIDAP: Visit the eco-farm and agri-farming learning facility.

Centre Codhani: Meet the disabled artisans and admire their work.

Relax at Hotel Défalé, where we spend the night.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Day 5 – Meet the Tamberma People

Hike in the land of the Tamberma, discover the beautiful architecture of their homes, and enjoy the landscape.

Visit Tamberma homes and learn about their culture.

Sleep under the stars on the roof of a Tamberma tata (traditional house).

Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Tata Tamberma


Day 6 – Be stunned at the Nok caves

Enter the incredible Nok caves perched in cliffs and learn how people used to live, hiding from danger.

Hike above the cliffs and enjoy the beautiful landscape.

Returning to Mango and observe wildlife in the hippopotamus pond.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Day 7 – Admire nature, arts and crafts

Observe wildlife in the hippopotamus pond at dusk.

Meet the weavers and forgers of Bafilo and admire their work.

Marvel at the stunning Aledjo Fault.

Drive to Atakpamé.

Breakfast, lunch, dinner



Day 8 – Finish on the seafront

Stop at the Wahala Memorial to learn about World War I History in Togo.

Visit the Ecomuseum Guindoua of Aneho, peaceful green heaven, and admire its creator’s dedication to nature conservation.

Marvel at the mouth of the Mono river and enjoy a beach walk.

Visit the House of Slaves and discover the terrible history of the slave trade.

Admire another beautiful beach before returning to Lomé.

Breakfast, lunch


All Included

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

Our Promise To Travel Responsibly

Local Food

We eat fufu, one of the most typical meals in the area.

Our cooks use the agricultural production of the village.

Cultural Heritage

We enjoy traditional dance and music performances.

We learn about simple living in the village.

We discover the local flora and its use.


We use 5-liter water bottles to limit our use of plastic.

The tableware we use is reusable and made of coconut, clay and bamboo.

Fair Trade Travel

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

Our partners range from the village’s traditional authority and the villagers to certified guides and local artists.

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