The Togolese Coastline

On the river and at the beach


2 days

Meeting Point

Lomé, Togo

Max Group Size



English & French

Minimum Age


We have put together an exceptional weekend where you will marvel at the beauty of nature from a pirogue on the Mono river, and one man’s struggle to conserve it.

You will have the opportunity to relax by the sea in a sublime setting and exchange with a Togolese artist. You will taste local dishes of fine quality.

Finally, you will stay in a guest house on the seafront, a masterpiece of contemporary architecture using ancestral building techniques and decorated with works of local artists and craftsmen.


2 days from 149 500 FCFA

All included: transportation, food, lodging, entrance fees

Day 1 – The Mono River

From Lomé, we head East to reach the River Mono, where we embark on a traditional pirogue. We ride the river observing the flora, birds, and human activity until we arrive in a charming shack by the river. The cook prepares fishermen’s favorite meal made of fresh fish and local delicacies for our delight.

We navigate back through the mangroves, and those who want can enjoy a swim in the river. Then we leave the river for the Ecomuseum Guindoua of Aneho. There, the museum creator welcomes us warmly before we enjoy a stroll in the garden, learning about the local flora. Our host tells us about his fight to protect and conserve local flora, including the mangroves of the river while being served refreshments.

Before dark, we settle in the guest house 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 – The Beach

After breakfast, we pay homage to our ancestors who were shipped out of the continent at the House of Slaves. We pause to take in the moment.

We have lunch in a beach resort where we take the time to appreciate the pool and beachfront.

Back in Lomé, we visit a painter in his workshop. We discover his art and passion around drinks before saying goodbye at our starting point.

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

Practical Info

Travel Requirements

Yellow fever vaccine or medical exemption

Visa for non-ECOWAS passports


Main dry season: November to March

Short dry season: August and September


Ethiopian: direct flights from NYC

Air France, Brussels: direct flights from Europe

Royal Air Maroc: direct flights from Casablanca

Country Info

Capital city: Lomé

Population: 8 milions

Official language: French

Other languages: Ewé, Mina, Kabyè

Currency: CFA franc

Time: GMT + 1

Power: 220 V

Our Promise


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