Benin is an unexpected treasure trove in terms of tourism and heritage. However, less than 5% of the tourism sector’s potential is currently being exploited, despite Benin’s impressive contribution to world history.
A key milestone in the long-term conservation strategy being implemented by the Government of Benin in partnership with NGO African Parks.
The slave trade was officially outlawed on US territory from 01 January 1808. No more slaves were supposed to enter the United States from then on. And yet…
On International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition, historian Bellarmin Codo shares a piece of Ouidah’s and the Slavery Coast’s history.
Despite a unique historical, natural and cultural heritage, Benin remains an unknown destination, and tourism, an under-exploited economic leverage in the country.
Although Africa is considered as the youngest continent in the world, its economic development depends now, more than ever, on the ability to develop its youth.