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Discover Mali with a difference

Mali is blessed by an extraordinary amount of beauty, wonders, talents and knowledge. Yet for now, it's landscapes, monuments, mosques and music bars are off-limits, sealed from tourists by a conflict that is threatening the culture of this remarkable country. Mali is a young republic but it is mainly a history country. Great empires and famous people followed each other in this part of West Africa. In the Kidal region, Neolithic remnants were found which testify traces of human presence in the 5th millennium B.C. It comprises 8 administrative regions: Kayes, Koulikoro, Sikasso, Ségou, Mopti, Timbuktu, Gao and a district: Bamako. Its relief is mainly constituted of plateaus and plains and Mount Hombori is the culminating point at 1155 m.

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Group Tours

Our tour packages include air conditioned 4x4 vehicle with driver and professional local guides. We can make your holiday memorable with our group tours in Mali. Whether you are travelling alone, with a family or a group of friends, we can make your holiday in Mali unique and exciting with our great value one-on-one group tour service. We offer the opportunity for you to create bespoke luxury tours in Mali so you can enjoy any experience tailor-made to your needs and wants. Basically, whatever you want, we can make it happen!

Private Tours

Our tours feature private ground transportation by air-conditioned 4x4 vehicles, with all-hotel accommodations; trekking, camping, river boating and desert outings can be incorporated into our tours. We can also arrange a number of fascinating cultural encounters with the Dogon, Fulani or Tuareg people. Our company has English, German and French speaking guides.

Guaranteed Tours

Guaranteed departures provide individual travelers the option to join others on a group tour and make necessary arrangements once they choose the departure date. Mali is a cultural treasures – of which there are many. Closely linked to Timbuktu by the Saharan trade in gold, salt and slaves, Djenné is known the world over for its adobe architecture, in particular the Grand Mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest mud-brick building in the world. We‘ll put together an exciting program to meet your interests and expectations.

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