Eco-Benin is a nonprofit engaged in eco-tourism and dedicated to community empowerment.
Tour revenue will be invested in local ecotourism and community development projects.
Any day by appointment
9 AM, 10 AM
2 days / 1 night
Adults, Families, Professionals
1 to 15
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
Clothing & Equipment
Backpack, Binoculars, Camera, Comfortable shoes for walking, Hat, Light shirt, Mosquito repellent, Rain gear, Sunglasses
Day 1: Stroll through the village of Avlo and immerse yourself in its rich Voodoo history. Go meet the traditional communities of Plah and Pédah and enrich yourself with their unique cultures. Enjoy a savory and authentic meal on the oceanfront and spend the night at the Avlo’s Ecolodge.
Day 2: Enjoy a peaceful walk along the river Mono and explore its marvelous surrounding natural beauty. Visit one of the hotspots for black slave trade until the Door of No Return, which ranks among the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn more about Beninese history.
Zogbadjé, Centre TBA, Rue fin cloture UAC, Calavi, Jéricho, Cotonou, Benin
Transportation from Cotonou can be arranged.
To promote ecotourism as the driving force for responsible, fair, and sustainable development.
Developing ecotourism projects in many parts of the country: lake of Ahémé, beekeeping site at Tobé, village of Koussoukoingou, national park of Pendjari, etc.
Constructing ecolodges, farms, eco-museums, camping, homestays, etc.
Community projects such as renovating schools, addressing the needs of disadvantaged communities, etc.