Burkina Faso

Small landlocked country of West Africa, Burkina Faso is located in the transition zone between the Sahel in the north and beautiful savannah regions as one goes south. The natural landscapes of the country to the delight of travelers who do not lose a beat in national parks. But a trip to Burkina Faso also rhymes with discovery of a rich culture, speaking through customs, handicrafts, festivals in towns and villages that we cross. Must of Burkina Faso Several cities generally are on the agenda, starting with http://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/ouagadougou Ouagadougou, the capital in the center of the country, Gorom-Gorom going up in northern Sahel and Bobo -Dioulasso in the south. Then come the natural areas, the Sahel park, the park Arly and W to the east, the Kabore Tambi Park, the forest Two Balé ... Climate Most of Burkina Faso enjoys a tropical climate characterized by two seasons: the rainy season extends from June to October, the dry season the rest of the year. The latter is the most conducive to a trip to Burkina, from November to February in particular. In the north, the climate is Sahelian. Travel advice: Remember to perform all current and required vaccinations before leaving for Burkina Faso. Equip yourself against mosquitoes (malaria). Overall, the country is safe for tourists, though, you should consult the website of the Foreign Ministry http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/ for any update day of safety tips. Identity Population: about 16 million Currency: CFA franc Language: French, Moré Entry requirements: Valid passport + visa application at the embassy L