Mali Travel Near Timbuktu

Experience the trip of a lifetime with From Here 2 Timbuktu’s Mali Travel near Timbuktu. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views, stunning landscapes and beautiful cultures during your vacation.

From Here 2 Timbuktu offers a range of exciting and unique tips around Africa, including the Mali Travel. You won’t find these experiences anywhere else and you will certainly find nothing like them at such a fantastic price. The price per person is from £950 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.
  • You won’t find an Africa trip like the Mali Travel available anywhere else because this adventure takes you right off the beaten track to show you the real side of Africa. If you want a unique holiday with a difference, then this journey to Timbuktu is the perfect trip for you.
  • From Here 2 Timbuktu offers unique trips that introduce you to the music, landscape, culture and people that make this beautiful place so incredible. Their adventures are the perfect way to see and experience Africa and learn about its rich traditions and history. You will meet Guy, who will lead you on your tour as he uses his own knowledge of the area to show you an array of amazing sights that are off the beaten track.
  • Guy and From Here 2 Timbuktu offer you the chance to set off on an expedition you will never forget. You will learn more than you imagined possible about this fascinating place as you journey to the rivers, deserts, towns and villages that you will see on your tour. Their Africa holidays really are the best way to see this stunning continent.

Most of the Mali Tours will be spent travelling as part of a small group, which lets you have a more personal experience. Your local guide will take you along your chosen route, which has been specially devised to include an exciting and packed itinerary every day. As well as including all the must-see sights, your trip will also allow you to see life from an African point of view and take you on a journey you will remember forever.

Take a look at the itinerary for the Mali Tours near Timbuktu to find out more about what the trip will consist of.

About Timbuktu

Timbuktu, formerly also spelled Timbuctoo and Timbuktoo, is a town in the West African nation of Mali situated 15 km (9.3 mi) north of the River Niger on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert. The town is the capital of the Timbuktu Region, one of the eight administrative regions of Mali. It had a population of 54,453 in the 2009 census. Starting out as a seasonal settlement, Timbuktu became a permanent settlement early in the 12th century. After a shift in trading routes, Timbuktu flourished from the trade in salt, gold, ivory and slaves, and it became part of the Mali Empire. Most tourists visit Timbuktu between November and February when the air temperature is lower.Over the following decades the tourist numbers increased so that by 2006 there were seven small hotels and guest houses.

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.

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