Cliff of Bandiagara is also widely popular as the ‘Land of Dogons’, as Dogon people tend to live in their traditional way at one side of the 125 miles long chain of sandstone from past more than 600 years
. This destination is also known for housing even more ancient group of people well-known as Tellem, who are the people known for burying the dead individuals quite above the flooding areas. Watch huts that have flat roofs, tapering granaries, wonderful meeting places, and cemeteries on the top of the cliffs. Dogons are also famous for their appreciable dances and fabulous ceremonies. Explore the tallest mountain in the Mali popular as Hombori Tondo, which is about 366 feet tall. Go for trekking when you visit the Cliff of Bandiagara.