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Peulh Communities

Peulh Communities

There are five distinct Peulh ethnic groups (also known as Fulani) around Pendjari National Park, each speaking their own language and specializing in different skills. Upon arrival, visitors to the Peulh communities will be invited to drink fresh milk from an...
Making Shea butter

Making Shea butter

Shea butter, known worldwide for its cosmetic benefits, is one of the most widespread cosmetic products available in the north of Benin. Women harvest the fruits of the shea tree to make butter the traditional way. Join local women and learn the different steps taken...
Museums of Natitingou

Museums of Natitingou

Visit the regional museum of Natitingou to learn about the traditions, arts and crafts of the people of Northern Benin. The museum hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions displaying many ancient artefacts and describing ancient rituals that exist to this day. For a...
Kota Waterfalls

Kota Waterfalls

The Kota waterfalls are an enchanting place where visitors can swim in the refreshing waters and get closer to nature. Set within the impressive hills of the Atacora hill chain, Kota is an idyllic place for a day trip or an afternoon picnic. It is only 30 minutes’...
Tata Somba

Tata Somba

The uniqueness of the Tata Somba architecture has been recognised by UNESCO as a tangible word heritage since 2004. The castle-like two-storey buildings are made from mud and brick and are usually in clusters joined by connecting walls. Traditionally, the ground floor...
Tanongou Waterfalls

Tanongou Waterfalls

The Tanongou waterfalls have two large cascades with clean and safe natural pools for swimming. You can spend a few hours there cooling off in the water, relaxing on the rocks and admiring the surrounding lush vegetation. You may even come across the local diving team...