Early 2018 we travelled to Benin for the Hunger Project. They celebrated their 10 year anniversary in this beautiful country, working hand in hand with locals towards a sustainable end of world hunger.
At the end of our trip we got 2 days of to see a bit of the country. Visiting Ganvie in lake Nokoue, and walking the route of the slaves. Which is very impressive!
Of course we missed out on a lot as well, not being able to see some of the wildlife in the north. There is much more to explore!
Benin is a stunning country with amazing people, I can only recommend visiting if you ever get the chance.
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–OTHER VIDEOS TO WATCH–
► Philippines series 2015 (Palawan, Mindoro):
► Philippines series 2016 (Batanes, Banaue):
► Philippines series 2017 (Palawan):
► The Netherlands:
► The Gambia:
► Switzerland 2017 the whole series:
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