Cradle of the great empires and kingdoms of West Africa, Mali, rich in its glorious past, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the ECOWAS region, thanks in particular to the richness and diversity of its tourist resources.
This richness and this diversity in tourist resources is explained above all by the presence of a unique historical and cultural heritage which prevailed in their inscription on the UNESCO label.
The tourist destination Mali is indeed distinguished by assets such as tangible and intangible cultural assets classified on the UNESCO World Heritage List, impressive natural resources and traditions of exceptional welcome and hospitality. The quiet power of the Niger and Senegal rivers, the lungs of Mali, lead you to discover this multicolored and centuries-old country.
Mali, with an area of 1,241,238 km2 and more than 22,000,000 inhabitants, is one of the largest countries in West Africa. The density is 17.75 inhabitants per km2. The country is divided into 19 administrative regions which are: Kayes, Koulikoro, Sikasso, Ségou, Mopti, Timbuktu, Gao, Kidal, Ménaka, Taoudéni, Nioro du Sahel, Kita, Nara, Dioila, Koutiala, Bougouni, San, Bandiagara, Douentza and the Bamako District.
For more information, visit Mali Tourisme.