The Tamberma people, also known as the ‘Somba’ people, are an ethnic group located in northern Togo. The Tamberma are known for their unique architecture, which consists of mud houses with flat roofs and fortress-like walls.

Visitors to the Tamberma villages can explore the unique architecture and traditional way of life of the people, as well as witness traditional music and dance performances. The Tamberma people are also known for their rich cultural traditions, including their unique spiritual beliefs and practices.

The Tamberma people provide a unique and unforgettable cultural experience, and an opportunity to witness one of the most distinctive and interesting cultures in West Africa.