With the absence of direct flights to Bamako from the UK at present, connecting flights are the way to go. Major airlines such as Air France, Turkish Airlines, and Royal Air Maroc are offering connecting flights. However, you can find several other itineraries as different airlines are offering connecting code-shared flights as well. When you factor in the time it saves you; one connecting flight might be better suitable to your needs than the other. For details and booking, contact travelhouseuk.
You could find yourself saving big when flying to Bamako during February, March, September, and October. These are considered to be the shoulder periods, and flights may be had for a lot less than other months. That said, speaking with one of our travel agents can have a positive impact on making the right, cost-friendly decision. Flying out on specific dates may save you some money, and your agent will get you the most recent information regarding that so you can plan ahead.
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The only international airport in Mali, the Modibo Keita International Airport handles both regional and cross-continental flights to and from Bamako. The airport facility is well equipped to handle increasing overseas traffic, courtesy of booming tourism in the country. The IATA code is BKO, and the location is hardly 15 kilometres from the city proper. Passengers waiting for their flights will find souvenir stores waiting for them at the terminal with attractive offers and discounts. Taxi remains, by far, the most popular and readily available means of reaching the city centre from the airport. For long-distance travel, you will need to hire a car in advance.
Historical artefacts, elements of heritage, and archaeological information can be ascertained at the Musee National de Bamako. Other impressive institutions are the Muso Kunda Museum, dedicated to the role of women and the cultural lifestyle they maintain, and the Bamako Regional Museum.
Mali National Park:
The Parc National du Mali is a federally administered green area established in the city for health and recreation. It is a general-purpose park and the go-to place when hanging out with friends.
Standing tall at 80 metres, the BCEAO Tower serves as an urban hallmark dominating the city's skyline. It operates primarily as the central banking institution for multiple countries across West Africa.
Local commerce can be seen thriving on a daily basis at the city centre market. Tourists also visit other markets like the Rose Pink Market, the Bamako Artisan Market and the Gris Gris Fetish Market in search of unique souvenirs and handicrafts.
Monument of Independence:
The people of Mali are die-hard patriots by heart, and the monument is a manifestation of that resolute spirit. The monument remains in the limelight for both historical and architectural reasons.