Benin, being the birthplace of voodoo, is steeped in a rich and complex history.
A visit to Benin could therefore not be complete without learning about spirits and fetishes and the Afro-Brazilian heritage of Ouidah, Abomey and Porto Novo,
Benin will also wow visitors with its palm-fringed beach idyll of the Atlantic coast, the rugged scenery of the north and the Pendjari National Park, one of the best wildlife parks in West Africa; lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants and hundreds of other species thrive here.
There are good roads, a wide range of accommodation options and ecotourism initiatives that offer the chance to delve into Beninese life. Now is an ideal time to go: the country sits on the cusp of discovery.

Country representative
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Mr Kounta N’Tcha has been working for years as a tourist guide. He has an official “A” grade license and is very knowledgeable about cultures and wildlife. Not only is he able to find almost all the animal species, including lions, he also knows a lot about their habits, the history of his country and even the pot-holes in the roads. Furthermore, he displays care for the environment. He drives his car with care and is joyful all the time.