everything was......splendid, the service, food, environment, the music (Phil Collins). Whenever you have lunch at the restaurant the parking is free.
This is a great, well kept park that is excellent for the family. It is good for running but try and get there early in the morning before the heat builds up. There are trails that bring you up onto a plateau with excellent views down over the city and the Niger River
I discovered the Parc for an open door event I had top organize. It's wonderful and hosts several exhibitions. It's very big, secured, very well kept and managed. A perfect location for yoga, sport or kids' playing during the weekend ('it's much quieter along the week). It has a restaurant, a a healthy cafetteria, a gym and is also stocked... More
In Bamako the warmth and politeness of the Sahelian culture will be what will make you want to come back, but the Park National is easily the "sight" that you won't want to miss. The park is a carefuly planned, lovingly groomed, and absolutely delightful place to come spend a morning or an afternoon. It is large enough to run... More
Conserved Malian Heritage. Spacious (over 17ha). Great place to take family/ friends for the day and have a picnic or workout
If you want to relax for an hour or two just walk around this nice park. During the weekends you see nicely dressed up couples, families and groups of young people who come for picnic.
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