WATO leads fam trip in Benin’s Casa Del Papa with West African tour operators

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The West Africa Tourism Organization (WATO) continues to play a pivotal role in promoting and enhancing tourism across the West African region. In its latest initiative, WATO is spearheading a regional tourism campaign between Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and Ghana, featuring the renowned Casa del Papa Resort in Benin.

As part of this initiative, WATO has organized a familiarization tour of Casa del Papa Resort, inviting tour operators from Nigeria, Togo, and Ghana. This tour aims to highlight the eco-friendly and sustainable practices of the resort, as well as its unique facilities, to promote it as a prime destination for tourists from the region.

Surrounded by the serene expanse of the sea and a tranquil lagoon, Casa del Papa Resort is a sanctuary surrounded by lush coconut palms. The resort’s spacious rooms are designed with relaxation in mind, providing a peaceful haven for guests to unwind from the everyday hustle. The dedicated and hospitable staff ensure that every guest feels warmly welcomed and well cared for.

Committed to sustainability, Casa del Papa Resort seamlessly blends luxury with environmental responsibility. The resort incorporates green practices and sustainable materials throughout the property, demonstrating a perfect harmony of nature and comfort. Guests can experience the idyllic retreat while being assured that their stay supports environmental conservation efforts.

The West Africa Tourism Organization (WATO) is a travel and tourism association dedicated to the development and promotion of tourism in West and Central Africa. As a non-governmental regional body, WATO’s mission is to promote and enhance tourism across the West African region and its surrounding countries. WATO is an alliance of West African nations focused on promoting tourism as a key driver of economic growth and cultural exchange.


Through cooperative marketing, capacity-building, and sharing best practices, WATO aims to highlight the rich histories, attractions, and cultures of West Africa. The alliance addresses industry challenges and opportunities to foster collaboration among member states and stakeholders, boost economic growth, create jobs, and establish West Africa as a sustainable and attractive international tourism destination.

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