Flights to Togo: practical information
Cheap airlines to Togo
Planning a trip to Togo? This small West African country is one of the smallest but one of the nicest countries in this part of the world with white sand beeches, friendly people and gracious mountains. Start by searching for cheap flights to Togo’s main airport, Lome International Airport (LFW). Ethiopian Airlines, Air France, Royal Air Maroc and others fly from London.
When to book flights to Togo
Togo has a tropical climate in the south and savannah in the north. The rain season typically takes place May-October. The hottest months are from February to April so best to avoid these months. Book your flights to Togo at least 5 months in advance.
- Peak season: November to February.
- Low season: The summer can be very, very hot.
Flights to Togo take around 10 hours 30 minutes with a stopover from London.
Experience Togo: what to see, what to do
Togo is a treat to visit. The roads are in good condition, the distances are short and the beaches are beautiful. Start your holiday in Togo in the capital, Lome. From there Lake Togo and Aneho are just a quick jump away.
Essentials in Togo
Lome: The capital is the best place to start any trip in Togo. The city’s markets are the ideal place to dip your toes into the local culture with plenty of souvenirs and voodoo supplies if you’re into learning the local trade.
Aneho: If you want to visit the best beaches in Togo, there’s no better place to go than Aneho along the coast.
Togoville: Located on the coast of Lake Togo, this is an interesting stop for voodoo shrines and historic sights.
Find more information on Togo Tourism.
Accommodation in Togo
Togo has plenty off accommodation on offer. Lome has several cheap hotels while Aneho has more guesthouses and beachfront villas on offer. Camping is also popular in Togo but be wary of wild camping without having a chat with a local beforehand.