Aguégués is a town in Southern Benin.
Aguégués is a town and commune concentrated mainly along the Ouémé River, covering 52 km, with a population of over 20,000.
Canoes and other boats are the means of transport to Aguégués. There is a canoe at Djassin Tokpa (Porto-Novo) every hour going to Aguégués. Visitors are taxed higher than the indigenous people, so expect to pay an average of 4000 XOF for a round trip.
With a canoe and a paddler, you are able to explore the different concessions around.