Nigeria Benin Togo Ghana 9… (trip)

Nigeria Benin Togo Ghana 9 Days Private Tour

  • Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, and Togo
  • Active & Adventure
  • Culture & Nature
“NIGERIA-BENIN-TOGO- GHANA – 9 DAYS PRIVATE TOUR A Unique 360 Degrees Experience Of Nigeria - Perfect For 1st Timers To… ”
, Abomey
, Capecoast
, Kumasi, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Lome Togo, Africa, Europe, North America, South America

from $2,900* per person9 DaysYear-round
Comfort accommodations Exertion level: 4
Operator: ucomeafrik tours 6 people max
This tour will give you the opportunity to discover Nigeria, Benin, Togo and Ghana traditional music,dance, costume, food, open-air vibrant markets and natural sights against the backdrop of traditional rural communities.(Accra, , Cape Coast) Togo ( Lome, Togoville) Benin (Ouidah, Cotonou, Abomey,Lagos Nigeria).

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Locations visited/nearby

Ouidah , , Abomey , Capecoast , Kumasi, Benin, Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, Lome Togo, Africa, Europe, North America, South America

2 testimonials about this trip

  1. Reviewer: Ilario located in Neatherlands

    A Unique 360 Degrees Experience Of Nigeria - Perfect For 1st Timers To Nigeria/Africa - Super SAFE
    Reviewed May 20, 2018

    1 person found this review helpful
    I made the right choice to ask Confidence to organize my first trip ever to beautiful Nigeria!

    Confidence assisted me from before the departure with Visa hassles (not that easy to get in Nigeria!), brough me around unique and magical places.

    > I explored the brutality of the Slave trade with a visit to Badagry slave port

    > I opened myself to the ancient spirituality of the Yoruba religion by means of a magical 1 day trip at the sacred Groove of Osun (wear closed shoes! :-) )

    > Confidence assist me in the negotiation in restaurant, money exchange, and the Craft Market (you CANNOT leave Nigeria before stopping at the Lagos Craft MARKET!!)

    > We relaxed at Tarkwa bay, ate delicious Croaker BBQ Fish and endulget in a couple of freshly brewed PALM WINE (let Confidence choose for you!)

    DO NOT HESITATE TO VISIT NIGERIA. Friendly and beatutiful country. Entrance burocracy was worth.  Thanks to COnfidence and Kingsley for the great experience. I'll be back. 

    Naija (Nigeria in Slang) stay in my heart <3


  2. Reviewer: Superior located in USA
    Supreme Guided Tour
    Reviewed April 18, 2018

    My first visit to the Motherland was memorable. We visited museums, monuments, markets and malls. From Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and W.E.B. DuBois to The King's Palace in Kumasi and The Cape Coast and Elmina Castle Dungeons. A wealth of information accompanied this Eye opening experience. All this and more made possible by under the guidance of Confidence. We had a big group so patience was the order of the day. I thank you for your assistance. Thank you for your wealth of knowledge and patience. See you next year!

3 testimonials about the provider, ucomeafrik tours:

  • Reviewer: Hope located in Boston,, Massachusetts USA

    I have hired Confidence twice for trips in West Africa and both were lovely experiences. He makes an intimidating part of the world easy. He was always professional, punctual and personable. Would definitely hire again.

  • Reviewer: Garret Paterson located in USA

    Fun, Safe Trip Of A Lifetime With Confidence

    Reviewed November 19, 2019

    From the first contact over WhatsApp to dropping me off at the Lagos airport, Confidence and his team were one of the best tour guides I have ever had, and everything was sharp-sharp (when you call/text/WhatsApp Confidence, he will tell you what it means)! Like many people, I was nervous about picking a guide, but Confidence provided five American citizens’ names as references to call. When I called/texted them, they all got back with me quickly, and helped me to know I was in good, safe hands with Confidence. I ended up putting down an 80% deposit, which allowed us to concentrate on the experience!

    After living in Brazil on assignment with my company for two years as well as growing up in the Southern U.S., I knew I had to visit West Africa to learn about the history and influence it had on two cultures that I love dearly. Confidence tailored a trip, starting by taking me to the African Diaspora festival in Badagary, where they invite Americans (As in North and South America, and Caribbean) whose ancestors were brought over in the slave trade back to walk the path their ancestors took. There are no museum experiences or words to describe the sadness I felt walking the path that slaves walked, or feeling the weight of the chains that were put on them. After the walk, the festival cheered me up, with music, dancing, and masquerades. The people were extremely friendly, and helped to give me hope again. Confidence’s attention to detail, such as keeping my cellphone in his bag, knowing the locals, and even having some cash on hand for people, kept the day smooth and invigorating. We drank some Palm Wine with the locals, and stayed the night.

    The best activity we attended was Felabration, or an Afro-Beat music festival named in honor of Fela Kuti. When I arrived in Nigeria, I told Confidence I usually don’t stay out late, but the music was so good, I stayed out until 2:30AM! I could see and feel the African roots of Brazilian samba and axé and United States’ blues and funk.

    One thing I wish I could have done is contacted Confidence earlier. Countries like Brazil and Nigeria have many controls to make sure people are safe, and money is not sent due to Fraud. For example, there is no way to send money to Confidence quickly, as all transactions are researched and can take 5-10 days. Confidence might ask for a large portion of the deposit upfront, and possibly sent to his Ghana account, but this is to insure he can use the money to reserve activities. As an accountant, I am happy to explain why this exists, and Confidence can share my contact information with you.

    I had such a good time, I will be doing a week in Ghana with Confidence next year!

  • Reviewer: Mary Levering located in DC, Washington USA

    Confidence Ekele Is An Excellent Travel Organizer For Liberia And Ghana

    Reviewed August 18, 2017

    Confidence Ekele provided me with excellent travel support in planning and organizing my April 2017 land-based travel arrangements in Monrovia, Liberia.  He speaks English fluently, and though living in Ghana, he is also experienced and knowledgeable about Liberia.  In advance of my travel, Confidence was always helpful and responsive to all my requests.  He communicated clearly and regularly with me in advance about my local arrangements in Liberia, and was also dependably helpful after my arrival.  In fact, in order to meet me in person when I arrived at the Monrovia airport, he traveled all the way by bus from his home base in Acccra,Chana.  He also made arrangements for our local transportation (car and driver) with Michael Williams, a very fine and knowledgeable Liberian national.  Together Confidence and Michael ensured that I was able to see and experience as much as possible during the 3 short days I spent in Liberia, including visiting many sights in Monrovia itself, and -- at my special request -- attending Easter Sunday Mass at Monrovia's Cathedral; visiting the famous, now-derelict hotel and conference center outside Monrovia (built for the 1979 Organization of African Unity meeting); and locating the remote cemetery with thousands of  2014+ ebola victims' graves deep in the country side outside Monrovia.  During my Liberia visit, both Confidence and Michael were prompt and dependable, always on time, knowledgeable and helpful, trustworthy, plus kind and pleasant.  I highly recommend Confidence (and Michael) to any traveler who wants dependable, responsive and affordable travel support in either Liberia or Ghana.  Mary Levering, Washington, DC, USA 

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Special information

  • Family oriented trip.
  • This trip is an independent tour: you choose the features you want included (hotels, excursions, flights, cars, etc…)



This tour will give you the opportunity to discover Nigeria, Benin, Togo and Ghana traditional music,dance, costume, food, open-air vibrant markets and natural sights against the backdrop of traditional rural communities.(Accra, , Cape Coast) Togo ( Lome, Togoville) Benin (Ouidah, Cotonou, Abomey,Lagos Nigeria).

The tour will focus on African and American history, Africa European history, the Transatlantic Slave Trade and Cultural Education. We shall Visit Slave Castles of 15/16th centuries, markets and other historic sites.

Day 1: Arrival

Day 2: Early morning, I will pick you up for a quick run through lagos mainland and island.

A tour to the national museum, lekki conservation center, lekki craft market. The tinubu square, the agudas and drop you off at your hotel for O/N

Day 3: Badagry- Cotonou ABOMEY

Eraly morning, we shall leave your hotel and drive towards badagry. At badagry we shall visit the Mobi/abass seriki slave musuem. Arrive Cotonou and have a quick city tour of the capital of Benin and then proceed onward to Abomey. Tours today include the Royal Palace Museum where you may have an audience with the King of Abomey. Abomey retains many reminders of its magnificent past including the Palace, the Historical Museum and the Royal Sepulchers bearing witness to a brave and powerful people. we can also go by small boat to Nokoue Laketo Ganvie, the biggest stilt village in Africa. Visit the "Maison de la Francophonie", the Lovers' Lane and the floating market.


After breakfast, drive to Ouidah the spiritual capital of voodoo religion and was once a major slave-trading post. You will explore major slave-trading post. You will visit the Voodoo Museum, the Sacred Forest, the Cathedral and the Temple of the sacred Pythons where you will see the 41 writhing pythons (41 is voodoo's magic number).

Day 5 : A Lome Togo

LOME, TOGO -leave for Lome very early in the morning THE TOUR ON THIS DAY IN LOME Today we travel to Togo. After a 3 hour drive you will be assisted through Togo immigration then begin the city tour of Lome and vicinity. Visits include Independence square, the Artisans village, the national museum, the fetish market- the heart of traditional medicine, the fishing harbour, Art Street and the grand Marché, realm of the famous Nana Benz ladies. Overnight at Palm Beach Hotel or similar.LOME - TOGOVILLE-LOME - Today visit the Akodesséwa fetish market and the slave house in Agbodrafo. Continue to Togoville, a red-earth village which was the homeland of numerous slaves taken to Haiti. Here you will find magic remedies and voodoo charms used by local sorcerers. Late afternoon return to Lomé.

Day 6: Accra

Depart for Accra Arrival and checking into hotel for relaxation (maybe a night out to osu oxford street) Other activities today will depend on our arrival time and preference.

Day 7: A city tour of Accra

ACCRA City Tour (visit to historical landmarks such as W. E. B. Dubois Center for Pan African Culture,Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park, Independence/Black Star Square, National Museum,Osu (formerly Christiansborg) Castle-the previous seat of the Ghanaian Presidency,Jamestown, Flagstaff House (official seat of the president), Kane Kwesi Carpentry workshop.

Day 8: Travel/ Trip to cape coast/ Elmina.


This morning we visit Kakum National Park, one of Ghana's most famous parks. Take a brief walking tour on the forest floor; see birds, butterflies, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the forest. Proceed to the canopy walkway. Kakum is home to Africa's only aerial walkway through the treetops, a 1000 foot long and seven-bridge walkway with viewing platforms that reach heights of over 150 feet above ground. After lunch return to Cape Coast and visit Cape Coast Castle and the Castle Museum for a guided tour. Cape Coast Castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and was one of the departure points for Africans being sent into slavery in the Americas. The castle is home to the infamous "Door of No Return". A return trip to accra and O/N at your hotel

Day 9: Drive Back to Accra, relaxation at a drumming session/ Departure.

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What's Included:

Guiding Services>

Private Transportation>

Airport pick up> Airport drop off> Letter of invitation for visa> Other miscellaneous support>

Not included:

International air flights>

Entrance fee>

Visa and visa fees>

Travel insurance and immunizations>

Between meal snacks & drinks or extra meals alcoholic beverages>

Any hotel incidentals>

Any non-essential public transit taken, for you and your guide>

Discretionary gratuity for excellent service>

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