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About Country

Approximately 20.3 million (2021 estimate)
Population Density
16 people per square kilometer
$18.4 billion (nominal, 2021 estimate)
French is the official language, but Bambara is also widely spoken
West African CFA franc (XOF)
National Dish
Tô, a starchy porridge made from millet or corn, served with various sauces and stews
Islam is the predominant religion in Mali, with traditional African religions and Christianity also practiced
Mali has a subtropical to arid climate, with hot, dry winters and hot, wet summers
Main Industries
Agriculture, including cotton, rice, and livestock production; mining, including gold and salt; and tourism
Level of Development
Mali is considered a least developed country with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 184 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 1.24 million square kilometers

Discover the beauty of Mali 🇲🇱, a land of ancient mosques 🕌, bustling markets 🛍️, and vibrant music 🎶. Immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of this West African nation. Plan your journey to Mali today!

Mali is a landlocked country located in West Africa, bordered by Niger to the east, Burkina Faso and Cote d’Ivoire to the south, Guinea to the southwest, Senegal and Mauritania to the west, and Algeria to the north. The country’s terrain is largely flat, with the Sahel region to the south and the Sahara desert to the north. Mali has a rich cultural heritage, including traditional music, dance, and art, and is known for its unique mud-brick architecture.


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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Mali include:

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    Timbuktu: an ancient city in the Sahara desert known for its historic mosques and libraries.

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    Djenné: a town known for its unique mud-brick architecture and the Great Mosque of Djenné.

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    Dogon Country: a region in central Mali known for its rugged landscapes and traditional Dogon villages.

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    Bamako: the capital city of Mali, known for its bustling markets, street vendors, and lively music scene.

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    Bandiagara Escarpment: a sandstone cliff in central Mali, designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural and natural significance.

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    Ségou: a city on the Niger River known for its colonial architecture, pottery, and textiles.

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    Tomb of Askia: a pyramid-shaped tomb in Gao, northern Mali, built in the 15th century.

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    Mopti: a town on the Niger River known for its vibrant markets and traditional fishing villages.

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    Hombori Mountains: a range of mountains in central Mali known for their stunning scenery and hiking trails.

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    Boucle du Baoulé National Park: a national park in southwestern Mali known for its diverse wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, and antelope.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Mali has to offer. The country's rich history, culture, and natural beauty make it a unique and fascinating destination to explore.


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