Day 1

Traveling by air. Arrival in Bamako, welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 2

Bamako – Kati (15 km)
After Breakfast and a morning rest, visit of the catholic mission of Kati the project “La clé du Savoir” and some villages in which works the catholic mission. Overnight at Bamako or Kati

Day 3

Bamako-Segou (235 km)
Departure for Ségou, after the breakfast. On the banks of the River Niger, this has retained much of its charm over the centuries and has been, for long periods of its history, the choice of residence of the emperors Bambara. Overnight at hotel.

Day 4

Mali former colonial capital, the interesting mix of traditional and colonial architecture, and stroll through the pottery market on the waterfront, visit the village Sekoro, the former capital of the Bambara kingdom see the tomb of King Biton Coulibaly, the artisans workshop: Bogolan, pottery, and traditional musical instruments. back to Bamako 

Day 5

Segou – San – Mopti (200 + 300 km)
Morning departure to Mopti (known as the Venice of Mali because of its many surrounded rivers), it’s a full day travel; the road leads through a magnificent landscape dotted with wild African giant baobabs and thorny bushes. Short stop to admire the mosque of San. Arrival at the afternoon. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6

Visit of the city: canal laced Mopti. His spectacular river port in the shadow of majestic Sudanese traditional architecture buildings flooded evokes the memory of the glorious 14th and 15th century, the Mandingo empires, famous for their flourishing trade between Timbuktu and Djenné. Visit the old neighborhood Taikiri, Sougouni market and in the afternoon, we visit the craft market and stop in a typical bar of Bozo out of the vibrant life River Port. Overnight at hotel.

Day 7

Mopti – Bandiagara (70 km)
After breakfast departure for Bandiagara. Visit the of the city Bandiagara, the center of herbalism and overnight in Bandiagara

Day 8

After the breakfast , A short transfer by car to an initial trekking villageTrekking among several Dogon villages built into the cliff. It is The opportunity toappreciate the Enormous talent of the Dogon people and their strong artistic forms expression: the masksritual figures, carved doors, inlaid in the wood, ideograms  etc... Night in a typical Dogon house in the village 

Day 9

Breakfast and continuation of the trek.

Day 10

A short transfer by car to Bandiagara,  and overnight in Bandiagara

Day 11

Bandiagara – Djennè (150 km)
Departure to Djenné After the breakfast. Arrival and sightseeing of the ancient sister city of Timbuktu, on the colorful market days, see the magnificent Great Mosque, the largest building by the architecture of natural earth brick, one of the Unesco World Heritage; walk through the streets and alley ways and visit the tomb of the maiden sacrificed to appease the spirits, during the construction of the mosque, overnight at the hotel

Day 12

Djennè – Segou (290 km)
After breakfast departure to Ségou,diner and overnight at the hotel

Day 13

Segou – Bamako (235 km)
After breakfast departure to Bamako, diner and overnight at the hotel

Day 14

Sightseeing of the city: the craftsman workshops and thier market, the panoramic view of this sprawling city at Point G, the National Museum, the pink market of the city and the fetish market for traditional medicine, overnight at hotel  

Day 15

Free day shopping and relax till the night and the transfer to the airport for final departure.

THE PRICE  Is 625 euro (minimum 4 participants)
THE PRICE INCLUDES rent of the car(4x4); driver and fuel;
travel guide  for the duration of the journey;
travel arrangements;
fees for  tourist interest
toll road charges;
transport  bitween airport - hotel.
visa fee;
any insurance;
hotels, breakfasts, lunchesanddinners;
everything that is not specified in "the Price  includes".
NOTES  - the hotels recommended by our agency, the rate for one night has an average price about 30 euro;
 - the restaurants recommended by our agency, the complete meal has an average price of 10 euro.