You’ll discover :

  • Lome beaches and traditional ocean fishing techniques that have existed for centuries
  • The traditionnal skills of local artisans (pottery, basket weaving, traditional agricultural tools, rural settlements construction techniques)
  • The picturesque Akloa waterfall, the 987m high Mount Agou (the highest elevation of the country) with a hike to the peak through several villages and plantations
  • The Butterfly Hill in Kouma-Konda village
  • The fortification inhabited by a traditional people : UNESCO World Heritage site, the “Takienta” are remarkable from a conceptual and architectural point of view.
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LIVING EXPENSES

The cost of living for the MICAH FARM responsible tourism trip is set at US$ 567 per person for 12 days, including ground transportation, meals, entrance fees to attractions, lodging and guide services.

Air travel and insurance are at your charge.

For a group of 3 or more, the fee is reduced to US$ 475 per person.

HOUSING, FOO AND TRAVEL

You’ll stay in small hostels, including showers with water bucket inside or outside the rooms. Room occupancy can be double or triple. The food consists of local and Europeans meals, simple but very tasty.

(Drinks are at the participant’s charge, and are not included in the amount paid.)

Transportation is served by mini bus. You will be taken over from your arrival to your return at the airport.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN A MICAH FARM RESPONSIBLE TOURISM TRIP

To request a reservation, please complete the online form(s) :

 

If one or more people want to accompany you on this trip, please also complete the Group form

 

 

TARGET PARTICIPANTS and TOURS OFFERED

Every citizen of the world who shares the ideal of responsible tourism in both North and South can participate. A very rewarding and affordable program. Click here for details about the tour destinations.

Safari

End in beauty with a visit to the Pendjari wildlife reserve in northern Benin,

with the possibility of participation in a 4X4 safari.

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