Travel in Togo
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Togo is a natural tourist country. In spite of its limited surface, the country has enormous tourist assets. A diversity of landscapes spread in each of the five regions, which makes it a “miniature Africa”, sites and monuments recognized internationally (Fazao National Park, fauna of Alédjo, waterfalls of Kpimé, Womé and others) and a coastal strip of beaches with fine sands, on 45 km, bathed by the the Atlantic Ocean.
The national park of Fazao – Malfakassa
Adjoining the Fazao – Malfakassa Mountains range, sumptuously dressed in a mosaic of vegetation formations, the park is scattered with beautiful forest galleries and fertile plains colonized by many plant species known for their sweet aromas, under which we see buffaloes, elephants, antelopes, hartebeests, wart hogs, etc.
Alédjo Wildlife Reserve
The Alédjo Wildlife Reserve is located in the prefectures of Tchaoudjo and Assoli. Lying astride the Central and Kara regions, the Alédjo area is bordered to the north by the village of Kpéwa, to the south by the village of Aléhéridè, to the east by the Kpéwa – Kadara trail, and to the west by the village of Efolo and other atypical localities.
Hotels, Restaurants & Supermarkets
Togo has an international network of renowned and star rated hotels, the most important of which are located in the capital. Lomé and other major cities in Togo have good restaurants to serve meals for all tastes, including Indian, Lebanese, French, Italian, American and many varieties of African gastronomic cuisines. There are 3 supermarkets chains in Togo and more than 60 small stores.