About 50 brethren keep the Feast in Togo. This year it will be kept again in the town of Kpalime located 120km from the Lomé, the capital of Togo. Kpalime is located at the foot of a mountain range called “KLOTO.” From KLOTO flows a waterfall where a dam supplies the city and the surrounding villages with water and electricity. The Feast generally falls during the rainy season that gives nice and refreshing temperatures during the Feast. Kpalime is the “tropical fruit basket” of Togo. Tourists often come to visit this part of the country because it is one of the most attractive and because of its artisanal centers.