Mali

The landlocked nation of Mali lies in western Africa, surrounded by seven other countries, and although it has been free from French colonial rule since 1960, the country still seeks to establish a stable political environment that will allow its fifteen million inhabitants to prosper.

The Great Mosque of Djenne, the largest mud brick building in the world, is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and this national treasure is one of the most famous landmarks on the entire continent.

The 5-star, 191-room Laico l'Amitié Bamako hotel sits on the northern bank of the mighty River Niger in downtown Bamako and it offers residents the use of a tight 9-hole golf course that’s set within its own private grounds with tree-lined fairways routed around tennis courts and an outdoor swimming pool. As far as we are aware, this is the only golf facility in the whole country.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Mali

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