Hogon Tours

Qui peut vous faire découvrir l’Afrique de l’Ouest mieux que ceux qui y vivent


Dates of travel: travel periods in West Africa, particularly Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger, are in three periods

1: High season: September, October, November, December, January, February,

2: Low season: March, April, May,

3: Shoulder Season June, July, August

Health: To enter the country, a certificate is mandatory vaccine against yellow fever, anti-malaria treatments. It is also recommended that travelers consult their doctor before coming.

Formalities: valid passport incurs at least six months with a visa is required for each of the countries that travelers want to visit




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Luggage: it is useful to provide two types of bags

 - A small backpack for business the day that will house equipment, eyeglasses, camera, first aid kit, and all the little things necessary for the day

 - A traveling bag or suitcase that contains all other cases such as: Apparel, footwear and other things that travelers will need during the stay but they must consider the weight, limited to 15 kg.

Expect mostly T-shirts, jumpers and easy to wear clothes that dry quickly and restrict transpiration

The shoes are expected mainly twofold:

- A good pair of walking boots with a sole too rigid, closed to protect from the hot sand and sharp rocks

- And for the evening and breaks open shoes sandals type beefy, more enjoyable.


A pharmacy is expected to hand in the backpack during your stay if needed. Pharmacist or doctor can provide useful advice on the need to provide for this purpose. Remember your personal medications with adequate provision for the duration of voyge. Think also of glasses and hats against the sun and protection creams for skin, see the product for sensitive eyes.

A trip well prepared is a big step towards the success of it. The few following information is largely completed during the preparation concrete of your stay with us.