Togo is located in the west of Africa and is officially called the Togolese Republic. The lakes, museums, national parks and the world heritage sites provide the tourist attractions of the country. Koutammakou, situated to the north of the country is the cultural landscape of Togo and designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
56,785 square km (21,925 square miles)
French, Gbe languagesa, Kotocoli, Kabiyé
CFA franc (XOF)
Climate & Geography
The climate of Togo is moderate with the average temperatures ranging between 27.5 degrees Celsius (81.5 degrees F) and 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees F). The northern parts of Togo are dry throughout the year while the southern parts witness the rains in the periods of April-July and of September-November. However, the rainfall is not very high even during the rainy seasons.
Togo is surrounded by Benin to the east, Ghana to the west and Burkina Faso to the north. Togo lies between latitudes 6 degrees and 11 degrees N and longitudes 0 degrees and 2 degrees E.
Airways, waterways, highways and railways provide convenient forms of transportation in Togo.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Togo in order to get the details of the procedures for obtaining a visa.