Nicknamed “Venice of Africa,” Ganvié includes thousand wooden houses set up on pilotis with approximately 30,000 inhabitants who live on fishing and tourism.
Fête du Vodoun is the biggest and most colorful festival in Benin. Since the late ‘90s, it has attracted thousands of devotees from different parts of the world
By Maureen Murimi-Dan Karami My first introduction to West African food was through Plantain. My husband, who has a seemingly unhealthy appetite for plantain, introduced me to the delicacy several […]
The Republic of Benin is an amazing country to visit on the itinerary of West African countries. You will come across large palatial ruins and temples of Dahomey that reigned […]
By Maureen Murimi “Bonjour Madame. Bienvenue à Cotonou. Qu’est ce qui vous amène?” These are the first words that welcome me to Cotonou, Bénin, a small country located in the […]