Mali Travel Near Bamako
Experience the trip of a lifetime with From Here 2 Timbuktu’s Mali Travel near Bamako. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views, stunning landscapes and beautiful cultures during your vacation.
From Here 2 Timbuktu offers unique holidays such as the Mali Travel around Africa – not many other travel companies offer such great trips for such good value. The trip costs from £950 per person for at least a week.
Reasons To Travel To Mali
- You can discover the real essence of Africa on this very special trip, which takes you on a journey through Africa’s exciting and historic cultures and landscapes. You will experience new things, see incredible sights and meet people who will change the way you view life forever.
- This Mali Travel is like nothing you will be able to experience anywhere else or with any other tour operator. If you are looking for an adventure you will never forget, this trip to Bamako is the perfect holiday for you.
- The unique trips offered by From Here 2 Timbuktu allow you to learn about Africa’s music, culture and people while seeing breathtaking scenery too. If you are keen to experience Africa’s rich culture and learn about it’s history, then you will really enjoy these trips. Your tour leader Guy will use his own lifelong knowledge of the area to take you on an exciting tour of the many different types of landscape in this amazing country.
- You will never forget the sights you see and the people you meet on this adventure. Guy and From Here 2 Timbuktu love introducing you to this beautiful country and showing you exactly what it is that makes it so special. These trips really are the best way to see Africa and visit the many must-see sights. Allow Guy to share his experiences with you and see everything Africa has to offer.
Much of the Mali Tours is spent travelling your chosen route with a small group. This allows you to get the most from your trip, which is led by a local guide. Your route has been specially designed to take in many experiences, adventures and landscapes every day so you fit as much as possible into this amazing holiday. This unforgettable experience will truly show you what life is like from an African perspective.
View the itinerary for the Mali Tours near Bamako to discover what full details about what the trip involves.
Bamako is the capital and largest city of Mali, with a population of roughly 1.8 million. In 2006, it was estimated to be the fastest growing city in Africa and sixth fastest in the world. It is located on the Niger River, near the rapids that divide the upper and middle Niger valleys in the southwestern part of the country. Bamako is the nation’s administrative center. The city proper is a cercle in its own right. Bamako’s river port is located in nearby Koulikoro, along with a major regional trade and conference center. Bamako is the seventh largest West African urban center after Lagos, Abidjan, Kano, Ibadan, Dakar, and Accra. Locally manufactured goods include textiles, processed meat and metal goods. There is commercial fishing on the Niger River. The name Bamako comes from the Bambara word meaning “crocodile river”.
About Mali Travel
Mali can be described really as two countries in culture, history, landscape and politics divided by the great River Niger. The north side of the country is where the Sahara Desert is and is the home of the nomadic Tuareg for thousands of years. And in the south, the Bambara people can be found there along the River Niger with Fulani nomadic pastoralists, Bozo fisherman and the animist Dogon. The Mali tours and festivals focus on the south and the desert trips take you to the north, deep into the Sahara Desert. The Caravan Of Peace and The Festival In The Desert run from February to March and can either be a week long up to the full month with an option of hiring out a whole caravan. These tours are a fantastic way to see and experience Mali and the essense of Africa.