The park offers a peaceful and educative oasis for visitors in the centre of Lomé, displaying the biodiversity of the different landscapes in Togo.
Covering over 25 acres and stretching down to the Atlantic coast, it provides a vital habitat for flora and fauna to flourish under tropical trees which are centuries old.
Divided into four distinct sections, the park encompasses the various landscapes of Togo in all their diversity.
The Coastal Garden features the natural ecosystem which thrives on the sandy shore of this maritime country.
The Grassy Savana is bordered by a collection of palm trees, succulents and baobabs. The Ocean Walkway offers stunning views on the Atlantic while the Forest area shades the cool fern garden.
The Cultivated Forest section will showcase efforts to limit and reduce deforestation.
50,000 species of plants, some of them in danger or extremely rare, will flourish in the park. Many of these plant species have been selected by botanists at the University of Lomé.
The park will also be home to a beehive and a space for learning and preserving traditional medicines in the medicinal plant garden. There will be an observatory to enjoy the 40 species of birds found in the park.