Mali, a republic, but above all it is a country of history. Mali is the cradle of three empires and kingdoms: the Ghana Empire, the Mali Empire and the Songhai Empire. Land of an old civilization, the history of Mali has been presented by the passage of great celebrities and the birth of many empires. In the region of Kidal, one finds Neolithic vestiges attesting to traces of human presence in the 5th millennium BC. Mali also offers superb landscapes ranging from sandy dunes in the North to wooded savannas in the South. The relief is essentially made up of plateaus and plains. Mount Hombori is the highest peak, reaching an altitude of 1,155 m. The presence of the Inner Niger Delta, a vast floodplain constituting the largest wetland in West Africa by size and the second in Africa after the Okavango Delta in Botswana, makes Mali unique.Mali has managed to preserve the important elements of its traditional cultures such as the griots (or “Djéli”) who still perform their duties as musicians-poets, transmitting the history of the country and of people over several generations. Mali is also home to four UNESCO World Heritage sites.An inter-state Mali-Guinea Conakry solidarity circuit in favor of the inhabitants of the two peoples is also offered as part of the promotion of responsible tourism that we want to highlight in these two destinations. Do not wait any longer, give it a try!

Why travel to Mali?

Mali is a perfect destination for all those who dream of a stay more oriented towards the cultural side and towards meeting the population. You can also come to Mali to discover unique landscapes and experience the daily life and the 100% African atmosphere.Natural landscapes, often unimaginable, that impress from the first glance. To stay in Mali is to enter a real haven of peace where you can relax. To stop over in Mali is to discover a world that escapes us. All are only colours, kindness and good humor.

The Malian is always welcoming and quick to help you discover his daily life in the village built in the heart of a wild, almost surreal landscape for those who are not used to it. You stroll along villages with picturesque dwellings, majestic monuments and lively and colourful markets.

Its tropical climate varies, but it is pleasant to visit Mali during the dry season from October to March and during the short hot but rainy season which runs from July to August.

Commitment to sustainable tourism

In Mali, the rematourd vouched to make integrated tourism a real tool for promotion and local development. Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, meeting the needs of visitors, professionals, the environment and communities.In Mali, responsible and sustainable tourism development initiatives have been created for the benefit of the local population; several development projects are linked to tourism, in particular teriyabougou (which means Friendship Case in Bambara) created by Bernard Vespiren, a benchmark for responsible tourism for the country. Our commitment is to facilitate contact and exchange between visitors and those visited, a desire to bring people together in order to contribute to community development. A country of wild nature, Mali offers exceptional flora and fauna coexisting harmoniously with villages with traditional constructions that we must preserve. There is an opportunity to participate in an inter-state Mali-Guinea Conakry solidarity circuit in favor of the inhabitants of the two people for the promotion of responsible tourism. Let’s just say that Guinea Conakry and Mali are Two Countries of One Lung.

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