Being There in Bamako, Mali

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Boots n All Travel askes the question, " Why go to Bamako, Mali?"

Their answer:

* Find anything you want at the Grand Marché Market
* Take a camel ride to Timbuktu
* Ride the river down the Niger
* Hike to cliff dwellings
* Spend the night in a desert camp under the stars after a long camel ride
* Check out the Djenne mosque made out of mud bricks
* Explore the desert in west Africa
* Go where the tourist track doesn't

mudcloth

Mudcloth is a local artform.

AfricaTraveling.net has this to say about the history of the area but information on accessibility is hard to come by.

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