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Parc national du Mali, Bamako

Rue de la Liberte, Bamako, Mali
+223 20 70 38 00
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Great for morning runs

The park is well kept (incredibly clean compared to Bamako), there's a lot of shade under big... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Gaspard C
Love the gardens!

Excellent place for a stroll.... but not so much during the hot season. There are gorgeous gardens... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
ciararivera
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Bamako, Mali
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4 days ago
“Great for morning runs”
3 weeks ago
“Love the gardens!”
LOCATION
Rue de la Liberte, Bamako, Mali
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+223 20 70 38 00
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The park is well kept (incredibly clean compared to Bamako), there's a lot of shade under big trees. It's my favorite spot for my week-end jogs! You can buy breakfast at the tea-house!

Thank Gaspard C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Excellent place for a stroll.... but not so much during the hot season. There are gorgeous gardens and it is quite a pleasant place to go for quiet times in early mornings

Thank ciararivera
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Perfect place for families, group of friends or couples. There is a restaurant but you can also picnic on the grass. Apparently offers options for the more adventurous (trekking and climbing) which we did not try. It was peaceful yet lively.

Thank Francesca V
Reviewed 30 January 2017

This was my third overnight in Bamako in the past four months and up until this last trip I only made it out for dinner. This time, based on the recommendations of others, I made the effort to get to this complex. It wasn't disappointing,...More

1  Thank bchawaii
Reviewed 31 December 2016

A green and quiet refuge in the midst of Bamako's diesel smoke and dust. We had afternoon tea at the Maison du thé in the park, played cards and marvelled at how much greenery could exist this far inland in the African Sahel.

2  Thank Curtis C
Reviewed 14 December 2016

1000 CFA (less than 2 euros) it's the entry fee for foreigners, and it worths the full money because the park it's very interesting, clean, green and walkable.

Thank agusticassa
Reviewed 7 December 2016

Amazing Place, gr8 to spend week ends, very nature friendly. Landscaping work here is nicely done. Lots of nice tall trees

Thank vishaljad
Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

bamako is not very clean but this park is a must see in bamako. on weekend you can see many lokal and also international people. climp up the hill and you got a perfect view over Bamako and the Stadium.

Thank Leo D
Reviewed 15 October 2016

We went on a Momday and the guests were outnumbered by staff. I nice stroll around the grounds. Located next to the museum and the zoo, it could be part of a fun day.

Thank AlaskanSon
Reviewed 27 May 2016

Local residents fill up the park on weekends and they dress up before they go to take selfies of themselves in a beautiful place. The park grounds contain the excellent Restaurant Balasko and the National Museum. There's a tea house set in a glade for...More

Thank r2croak
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Tris6470
How much money does it cost to go here?
8 March 2016|
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Response from joello |
Entrance fee is 1000 cfa (may 2016).
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