Ready to rejuvenate your spirit with a touch of Kara magic? The crew at ebookers are experts at converting dreams into realities.
You'll make savings of up to 16%* if you book both your airfares and hotel rooms with us.
Few things are as relaxing as a stress-free getaway. With over 500 partner airlines and more than 500,000 worldwide properties, your next amazing adventure is only a few clicks away.
Are you still in need of some final encouragement to get you across the line? Our team is devoted to picking out the best Flight + Hotel deals so if you happen to spot a price that beats ours within 48 hours pre check in, we guarantee we will match it and repay you the difference. We call that our Price Guarantee.
From bustling cities to the most peaceful hideaways, there are endless stories and adventures waiting to be uncovered in every corner of the globe. Now is the moment to pack your bags and get going. Terms and Conditions apply.
The nation's capital city, Lome, is located about 230 miles to the south of Kara.
Don't be surprised if you find some like-minded travellers at Parc Sarakawa.
Looking for some additional close-by places? Kara Region is only 15 miles to the northwest, so get in the car and start exploring! Alternatively, Sokode, 40 miles south of Kara, is also worthy of your time.
If the kids have grown tired of sightseeing, why not take them out for a leisurely day of shore fishing or sunbathing?
Overwhelmed by sights and activities? Often the best way to experience a place is to book a tour. The region offers some top-notch wildlife spotting tours and wildlife safaris.
Sure, it's wonderful to be close to the water, but it's so much more fun to be on or in it! Don't pass up the opportunity to have a shot at the region's watersports, such as swimming and fishing.
It's difficult to say what you'll find inside the doors of the region's craft workshops, but you can be certain it's going to be enthralling!
If you ask residents about places to go in the surrounding area, they'll often point you in the direction of the lovely open-air markets.
"There is no love sincerer than the love of food," George Bernard Shaw once wrote, but throw travel into the mix and it's a marriage made in heaven. You're invited to indulge in your two loves by eating and drinking your way around Togo.
Of course, you can't go to Kara without sinking your teeth into fufu (mashed yam and groundnut sauce) or riz sauce arachide (rice with peanut sauce). Popular with residents and considered signature recipes, they are an essential experience for any self-respecting foodie.
Your time spent in Kara will certainly be much more fulfilling if you master a few of the local expressions. "Ça va bien, merci. Et toi/vous?" means "fine thanks, and you?" "Excusez-moi !", which means "excuse me", is also quite common.
Held each year on the 27th of April, Independence Day occupies an important place in the hearts of the locals. It offers a fantastic chance to learn about the country's past and let your hair down while you're at it!
With just a little of your travel allowance left in your pocket and some awesome memories that will last a lifetime, say one last "Au revoir / À bientôt" to Kara.
When it's time to pack your bag and head home, the nearest terminal, Gnassingbe Eyadema International Airport (LFW), is 230 miles to the south.