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7th EAI International Conference on e‐Infrastructure and e‐Services for Developing Countries

December 15–16, 2015 | Cotonou, Benin


Things to see in Benin

The relaxing beach: Cotonou, Ouidah, Grand Popo or Sèmè

Safari tours: The national parks of Pendjari and W. located in northern Benin, two flora and fauna reserves are admired for elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes, antelopes, hippos, crocodiles , birds ... The dry season is the period indicated to fully contemplate the animals.

The cultural and historical discoveries : anywhere in Benin, the history of various peoples will meet you in museums and royal palaces: Abomey, Porto-Novo, Ouidah, Parakou, Nikki, Kouandé ... The remains of slavery reflect the country's past: the Mecca of the slave trade. At the heart of the cult Voodoo.

Change of scenery with Tata Somba: miniature castles (listed by our neighbor in Togolese cultural heritage).

Lagoons and hot rides: one hour from Lake Nokoué Cotonou, in Ganvié, a village perched on the water. For its lagoon islands, tourists have dubbed it as "the African Venice ".

Ganvié , ‘the African Venice’

Ganvie Market

Walking on the water in Grand-Popo to discover the ‘ La Bouche du Roy ‘: Mouth of the Mono River with many surrounding villages, mangroves, small islands, marshy meadows and of course the large breach.



The Mono river, Benin

Possotomé (Mono) and Hetin-Sota (Ouémé), two warm and hot thermal springs, are worth visiting.

Just like the Kota waterfall and cascades of Tanougou in North Benin

Kota waterfall