Visas & Immigration
Visa regulations can change at any time and Embassies do NOT always update us when they change their entry requirements – we strongly advise you contact your nearest embassy to find the latest information on visa requirements for Togo.
1st January New Year’s Day
13th January Liberation Day
24th January Anniversary of failed attack at Sarakawa
24th April Day of Victory
27th April Independence Day
1st May Labour Day
15th August Assumption
24th September Anniversary of failed attack at Lomé
1st November All Saint’s Day
25th December Christmas Day
Moveable holidays Easter Monday
Variable Islamic holidays
If you need medical care whilst in Togo, it is best to be aware that medical providers may not accept payment through your insurance company. In these circumstances you will have to pay in full after your treatment and file a claim with your insurance company for reimbursement. Therefore you should have access to cash, either from a credit card or by wire transfer. If you need assistance contact the country’s local embassy or representative.
To be compensated you must be treated by licensed medical personnel and provide your insurance company with proper documentation and receipts.
It is advisable to always ensure you have a comprehensive travel insurance policy which covers you for repatriation to your home country.
Several airlines offer regular flights to Lomé. But flying directly to Togo is often more expensive than flying to Accra in neighbouring Ghana.
For your customized tour of Togo, contact Blastours with your tour requirements.