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Worth the visit if you’re interested in voodoo. The guide will explain some of the beliefs and ceremonies associated with the temple. It is a small temple with not much character. You can also hold the pythons and pose for photos with them.
It's very interesting to understand the religion and beliefs of the land! Ouida is the spiritual capital of Benin and the countries around it (togo, nigeria and borkina faso). And you can (it's not obligatory) hold a snake around your neck.
Very worth a visit. It is not a circusact with animals but a century old religious happening. It's told that at night the snakes leave the shed where they are to look for food. In contrair what the guide told I remain thinking it's a...More
Sada and I visited the temple together with colleagues on a training visit and were impressed. Tour guides present on site have great knowledge of the religion and culture surrounding the worship. It's a cultural visit on a different level and a must for anyone...More
This trip took my tourists to ancient Africa in a very conservative historical town. In this place, what is required is a good heart and you have nothing to fear as you enter the pythons pit or carry them around your neck. The history is...More
We visited with a guide and were able to go into the temple where many, many pythons were sleeping. It's a very small temple and there isn't a lot to do except see the pythons. We were able to handle them and learned that they...More