Country name: Mali
Sub-region: West Africa
The main asset of Mali is his culture and tradition. A visible culture in the four biggest attractions, all World Heritage of Unesco. We talk about the Dogon Country (one of the most visited of West Africa), the city of Djenne, the famous city of Timbuktu and the Sahara Gao region housing the Tomb of Askia. The river Niger, also stands majestically and travels throughout the country.
Currency: Franc CFA
Official language: Arabic and French
Spoken languages: bambara, sénoufo, soninké, sarakolé, dogon, fulfulde, malinké, touareg.
- Mandatory vaccinations: Yellow fever
- Recommended vaccinations: Hepatitis A and B and preventive treatment against malaria
Airlines flying to the destination: Air France, Aigle Azur, Royal Air Maroc, Turkish Airlines, Air Algérie, Ethiopian Airlines, Tunisair, Kenya Airways
Editor’s words When I planned my trip to Bamako, the first thing I wanted to see was the studio of the Malian photographer Malick Sidibé. It represents everything I love about photography. With anything, it tells us stories, takes us through the ages. I am a fan for years of the so-called “eye of Bamako” and its counterpart, the fire Seydou Keita. — Diane-Audrey
Quote /proverb No one can claim to don’t need people