Benin is bordered by Togo to the west, by Nigeria to the east and by Burkina Faso and Niger to the north. A majority of the population live on its small southern coastline on the Bight of Benin, part of the Gulf of Guinea in the northernmost tropical portion of the Atlantic Ocean. The The capital city of Benin is Porto-Novo and in this City some of the roads are in good conditions and safe for Self driving.  The Climate of Benin is Ever Changing and its Raining particularly in the rainy season of March-July and September-November.

Benin has much more than Voodoo mystique and is in fact, a top adventure spot in Africa. Home to two gorgeous national parks which are perfect for spotting wildlife and embarking on challenging hikes, Benin has an impressive environment. The large bodies of water which lie between the borders provide yet another opportunity for activity. Whether it’s sailing in a luxury yacht or spending the afternoon learning how to fish, Benin’s waters will not disappoint. Benin has Accommodations  are plentiful and on par with international standards. The country has everything from budget hostels to five-star luxury resorts.

In General Driving in Benin is not that Safe and Ease because some of the  Village Roads are in Bad conditions and You should also avoid driving out of the main towns at night as roads are poorly lit. Take care after dark within cities, avoiding small roads and areas where other traffic is light

Car Rental In Benin is Okay with Self driving independent Travelers is available and Local Firms and International Firms Offer Car Hire Services but read through their Car Rental Terms to find out about Boarder Crossing of Cars.