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If you venture roughly 25 miles west of Aneho, you'll find the bustling city of Lome.
Would you be interested in taking a leisurely stroll and kicking back with the ocean as your backdrop? Fidjrosse Beach is located 55 miles away from Aneho. Sitting 25 miles away, Lome Beach is another impressive option.
Sports supporters don't need to worry about being left out in the cold during their visit. Stade de Kegue is 25 miles away in Lome and a superb place to get your sporting fix. Be sure to check the event calendar to find out what's on.
The close-by localities of Grand Popo and Tsevie are worth going to. They're located 13 miles east and 30 miles northwest away, respectively. Get in a car and see what's going on!
Spend a morning or afternoon walking around Cotonou Cathedral, the Cotonou Central Mosque and Artisanal Center. These sights are all pretty close to the middle of Cotonou, 60 miles to the east. If you're after more, Grand Marché de Dantokpa and Fidjrosse Beach should also be on your travel list.
Shore fishing and sunbathing are great ways to slow things down if your busy travel schedule has left you feeling worn out.
Let someone else handle all the planning as you mingle with other travellers on some wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.
Practise one of your hobbies or have a crack at something new on the waters around Togo. There are an assortment of fun watersports to dive into, including swimming and fishing.
Our schedules often rely on the weather, but that isn't the case with every attraction. Rain or shine, visit the region's craft workshops whenever you like.
You'd be hard-pressed to think of a better way to explore the surrounding area than by seeing its open-air markets.
Your eyes shouldn't get to have all the fun while visiting Togo. Give your taste buds a little TLC too by digging into some of the local food and drink. After all, you can't say you've really experienced a destination until you've tasted its flavours.
While Aneho offers no shortage of culinary pleasures, don't miss fufu (mashed yam and groundnut sauce) and riz sauce arachide (rice with peanut sauce). Considered regional specialties, you'll have to add them to your must-try list if you really want to taste this destination.
Start knocking down that pesky language barrier by learning to say a couple of greetings and expressions in the local tongue. You'll gain a more fulfilling, authentic experience and a few new buddies while you're at it! Try to get your mouth around "Comment est-ce que vous vous appelez ?" It translates to "what's your name?" "Joyeux anniversaire", which means "happy birthday", is also rather common.
Held each year on the 27th of April, Independence Day holds an important place in the hearts of the locals. It offers a unique opportunity to discover the country's history and kick up your heels while you're at it!
Like all good things in life, your time here will eventually come to an end. When it's finally time to depart, say one last "Au revoir / À bientôt" and spend your leftover holiday allowance on some special souvenirs.
Ready to fly back home? Pack your bag, set an alarm and plan a route to Gnassingbe Eyadema International Airport (LFW). It's roughly 25 miles to the west.