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Cheap flights from Mali

The Republic of Mali or Mali, is a landlocked country within West Africa, and is also considered as the eighth largest of all the countries within Africa with a total area of 1.2 million square kilometres. Mali can be divided into eight regions and one district, among its regions include Kayes, Koulikoro, Bamako Capital District, and Sikasso, to name a few. The country is home to around 14.5 million inhabitants, with its ethnic groups consisting of Mande, Fula, Voltaic, Tuareg, and Songhai, among others.

Where to go

Visit Mali’s notable destinations such as Great Mosque of Djenné, National Museum of Mali, Grand Mosque of Bamako, Boucle du Baoulé National Park, Mount Hombori, and Sidi Yahya Mosque, among others. With three minarets and a maximum height of 16 metres or 52 feet, the Great Mosque of Djenné is a banco or adobe building that is considered as one of the greatest achievements of the Sudano-Sahelian architectural style. Completed in 1907, it was the first mosque to be built around the 13th century and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988.

Getting out of Mali, some of the short-haul destinations that can be reached in more or less two to four hours include Paris, France; Algiers, Algeria; Lisbon, Portugal; and Casablanca, Morocco. When stopping by Casablanca, Morocco, some of the attractions to visit include Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca Cathedral, Casablanca Twin Center, Casablanca Technopark, Maârif, and Parc de la Ligue Arabe.

Inaugurated in 2001, Casablanca Technopark is Morocco’s first industrial park. The I.T. business cluster complex has activities that offer e-learning training, with around 132 companies within the complex. Another complex within Casablanca, Morocco, is the Casablanca Twin Center. The complex is made up of two skyscrapers, namely the West Tower and the East Tower, both with around 28 floors each. The centre offers a five-star hotel, in addition to shops and offices.

A long-haul destination from Mali, via flights offered by Bamako–Sénou International Airport is Nairobi, Kenya. This destination can be reached with flights of approximately six to seven hours from point of origin. When travelling out to Nairobi, among the memorable destinations that should not be missed include Nairobi National Park, Giraffe Centre, Uhuru Park, Hell’s Gate National Park, Nairobi Arboretum, Jamia Mosque, Nairobi Railway Museum, and Muthaiga Country Club, in addition to many more. Nairobi’s Jamia Mosque is known as among the city’s most remarkable religious structures, along with the title of being the highest importance in all of Kenya. Established between the years 1902 to 1906, the mosque is distinguishable by its three silver domes and two twin minarets, a feature common in mosques. It also has a library, training institute for learning Arabic, along with a row of shops with a clinic and pharmacy that provides with rental income used to cover the mosque’s upkeep expenses.

How to get out

Flying out of Mali or the Republic of Mali, among the airports that serve the country include Bamako–Sénou International Airport. Located in Bamako, Mali, the airport has flights to local and international destination such as Paris, Algiers, Dakar, Ouagadougou, Abidjan, Accra, Dakar, Lomé, Cotonou, Lagos, Conakry, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, Nouakchott, Casablanca, Niamey, Lisbon, Tunis, and Istanbul, via Aigle Azur, Air Algérie, Air Burkina, Air Côte d'Ivoire, Air France, ASKY Airlines, Douniah Airlines, Equatorial Congo Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Interair South Africa, Kenya Airways, Mauritania Airlines International, Royal Air Maroc, Sénégal Airlines, TAP Portugal, Tunisair, and Turkish Airlines. Other airports within the country include Gao International Airport, Kayes Airport, Mopti Airport, and Timbuktu Airport, to name a few.

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