Discovering three countries that hosts authentic traditional cultures . In Ghana unique opportunity to attend the great ceremony Odwira, the event that celebrate the 20 years of Ashanti King reign. The celebration will bring together the Ashanti people around hundreds of tribal leaders.
Travel to the magical land of Voodoo
Togo, a small country from a geographical point of view but big from a human one, inhabited by 40 different peoples. In the south, Voodoo impregnates daily life; in the north, the Tamberma live in beautiful castles built with clay. Nature offers forests, hills and golden beaches.Learn more about Togo
Festivals and cultural events
Each population celebrates the cycle of live and seasons with its own rituals. In particular: The Epe-Ekpe festival, in Glidji, celebration of the New Year by the Mina group; Initiation rites in the mountains of Kabye; Festivities to celebrate the end of the harvest, as the big yam festival in Bassar.Discover festivals
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The celebration of the Millet Festival, among the Krobo people, is rich in colours and jewels. It happens every year during the harvest period. A terrific ceremony and a great time of joy to thank the ancestral spirits and to invoke protection for the year which is coming up.
January 10th is always a very special day in in Benin, a day for celebrating ancestral cults. In particular all the Voodoo's adepts meet in Ouidah and then convey in a long procession to the Door of No Return, some on foot while other by motorbike or taxi brousse.
Come and meet with fetish priests, healers and oracles. Attend a fire dance, initiation rites and ancestral ceremonies and witness the state of deep trance the adepts can sometimes reach. Voodoo is originally from those countries, this part of the world where beliefs always remained authentic.
Twelve days to discover these amazing countries, which are among the most interesting of West Africa. From the North, with almost unknown populations, to the South where you find evidence of colonial past and voodoo celebrations, by the Ashanti and the traditional festival Akwasidae.