Togo - Togolese Republic (fr. République togolaise)
Country in West Africa bordering with Ghana to the west, Benin to the east and Burkina Faso to the north. In the south of the country owns a small part of the Gulf of Guinea, where the capital Lomé is located. One of the smallest countries in West Africa. The country's name is derived from the settlement of Togo; in the local language Ewe, "to" - "water", "go" - "shore".
Many foreign tourists are attracted by the picturesque lagoon and the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as enough variety of flora and fauna, cultural identity of indigenous peoples, excellent conditions for sport hunting on some species of wild animals. Togo was the first of West African States, which began to actively develop the tourism industry in the 1980s during the tourist boom in the country. State of political instability in the beginning of 1990s have a very negative impact on the inflow of tourists. Basic kinds of tourism in the country - tours, ecotourism, safari.
The location, grounds and landscape
One of the smallest countries in West Africa - a long and narrow strip of land extended to the north of the Gulf of Guinea along the ancient trade route Tenkodogo- Lome. It shares borders with Burkina Faso to the north, on the east by Benin and Ghana to the west.
Tours in the direction of: Togo