In the middle of West Africa are the region's least visited countries, Burkina Faso and Niger. Largely untouched by modernising forces, these two countries are a time capsule containing diverse tribes and wildlife which call this land home.
Our tour will take you to both countries' historical, natural, and cultural highlights. In Niger, you will travel East to the ancient Sultanate of Zinder, a city that has barely changed in centuries. As well as visit some of West Africa's last remaining giraffes at Koure Reserve. During the second half of our tour, you will head to Burkina Faso. From the modernising city of Ouagadougou to the village of Tiebele with its unique painted houses, this area has plenty of places and people to explore and meet. You'll later head to Burkina's music capital of Bobo Dioulasso, home to the Sahel-styled Old Mud Mosque. With fewer tourists in one year than Paris gets in one week, these two countries are perfect for any traveller needing an escape from modern tourism.
We run our Niger and Burkina Faso tour every November. Scroll below to get more details. We can't wait for you to join us!
We run this tour once a year, starting in Niamey, Niger and ending in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.
Visas are required for both countries. We will provide the visa invitation letters.
Please note that this itinerary is subject to change due to the security situations in both countries.
Our tours are priced at £1,695 per person. Rooms are on a twin basis.
Single supplement is priced £280 or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).
Deposit required to confirm your booking is £500.
Please note that although we only run tours to areas we feel we can keep our clients safe, the British FCO advises against all but essential travel to all the areas we will visit on this tour.
We research the security of our destinations highly and safety is a priority for us, however, we advise you to do your own research as well to ensure you are comfortable with your trip.
Please note these travel warnings may also affect travel insurance for these regions, please contact us for advice on this. For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, click here