Venture outside the Capital Lome on a full day guided driving, walking and sailing tour. This tour will give you a good sense of Togolese rural life and introduce you to the mysterious workings of the ancient African Voodoo. Your tour starts with a drive to Akodessewa Fetish Market, the largest fetish market in West Africa, to learn about the ancient Voodoo religion and its rituals. Then you'll continue your drive to Lake Togo along the coastal road. You will sail across the lake on a pirogue (traditional dugout canoe) to Togoville, the center for Voodoo practice in Togo and set out on a guided tour by a resident guide. Slave traders also once used Togoville as their point of departure for the Americas. After Togoville, you will visit the village of Agbodrafo on the shores of the Atlantic Coast (formerly called the Slave Coast) where an illegal slave trade once operated from the Wood Home or the La Maison des Esclaves.
Drive to Akodessewa Fetish market to learn about the ancient Voodoo religion and its rituals. Drive to Lake Togo on the coastal road. Sail across the lake on a pirogue (traditional dugout canoe) to Togoville, a center for Voodoo practice in Togo. Set out on a guided tour by a resident and get a taste of Togolese life where Voodoo has a profound influence on the daily activities of the natives. Enjoy a picnic lunch by the lake. Sail back and visit a picturesque fishing community that practices Voodoo and perhaps enjoy a drink at sunset at this scenic seaside.This tour requires a minimum of 2 people and include: a pick up and drop off at a local hotel or the Port of Lome (for cruise passengers), English/French-speaking guides, private car/van, activity fees and complementary bottled water throughout the tour.