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As Benin is not really on the main tourist trail it can help you to plan your trip if you have an idea of what attractions there are for you to visit during your stay. Here are just a few for you to think about.
History enthusiasts will be fascinated by the role that Benin played in the slave trade and there are several museums around the country that can tell you everything that you need to know about this. Porto Novo is also home to many museums about the history of life in the region including the Musée da Silva and the Musée Honmé, which focuses on the history of local royalty.
If you want to discover more about the different cultures in the country there are several ways to do this too. The regional museum at Natitingou is dedicated to the Somba culture, which once made its home in the north-east of the country. The exhibition covers the history, architecture and art of the culture as well as showing how they lived on a day to day basis.
Pick up a rental car and take the time to explore the city of Cotonou. The streets here are always busy and it is the largest city in the country. The marketplace alone covers 49 acres and you can find almost anything that you want here. It is a great place to mingle with the locals. Alternatively you can head to the city of Abomey, where there is the Historical Museum. One of the main exhibits is a throne created from human skulls!
If you are interested in art then make the most of your Benin car rental and go to Grand Popo. Villa Karo is a cultural centre that has been working to improve understanding and links between different cultures. There are always exhibitions, concerts and film screenings here and you can find out more about the local community.
You really need to head north if you want to spend some time watching the wildlife. Penjari National Park is known for big game and the wide variety of bird species that live here. Or you could go to the W National Park, which has achieved a UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is a link between Benin and neighbouring Burkina Faso and Niger. It is the natural habitat for some of the last wild elephants in West Africa and is home to some of the best scenery in Benin.