Eight in Africa, Mali is a significantly large country with cultural diversity, great historical heritage, and pristine nature. Islamic heritage dominating the region has had a significant influence on the history and cultural practice of the locals. Starting with Djenne, it’s an iconic landmark in Africa and the greatest mosque in the region. It displays a successful Sudano-Sahelian architecture. It’s built from mud and has stood the test of time for several decades.
Other historical sites include Bamako Cathedral, Tomb of Askia, and Timbuktu Manuscripts. Nature enthusiasts can marvel at Gouna falls and Cliff of Bandiagara. While animal fanatics will love game drives in Mali National Park.
The best time to visit Mali is during the dry season. It’s a chance to view the thrilling Antogo Fishing Frenzy. It’s one of the famous traditional festivals in Mali. Thereafter, work up an appetite with Tiguadege Na. It’s a dish prepared with peanut sources and meat.