The AVU-Lagoon is a small lagoon to the north-west of the much bigger Keta lagoon.
It is not only a beautiful place but also an important protection area for many species of different birds and fish.
The surroundings are also known as habitat of a seldom kind of antelopes - the Sitatunga antelopes.
You can reach the AVU-Lagoon at best either from the western side trough the small village Tosukpo or from the eastern side through the small village Xavi.
In both villages you will find visitor centres where you can book guided tours to the AVU-Lagoon.
In Xavi the main focus lies in Bird watching and visiting the Baobab forests. In Tosukpo the main focus is on the wildlife, the scenery tours through the wetland of the area, the traditional method of distilling rum, fishing and the history of the region.