Mali visa requirements for Sierra Leoneans
Travel and visa requirements
Malian Visa is not required for Sierra Leoneans
Stay Duration: 90 days
Frequently Asked Questions
How hot does it get in Mali?
Except during the hot months (April, May, sometimes June) when every day is 100 degrees Fahrenheit or more, the maximum daily is usually in the 80s or 90s; at night the temperatures may drop into the 60s or 50s, or lower in the desert.
Will I be able to use a credit card for transactions in Mali?
As in all developing countries, Mali's economy is a cash economy. Only the large hotels and restaurants in Bamako and other capital cities accept credit cards and most of them take only Visa Card, a few may take MasterCard.
Am I likely to get sick from the food and water in Mali?
Visitors are not likely to get sick from the food and water in Mali but they must take certain precautions. They are advised to only drink water that's been boiled or bottled mineral water, soft drinks or beer. They are also to avoid street-corner food. Lastly, they are to wash and/or disinfect their hands often, especially before eating.