Niger: Land of Endless Horizons

Niger, a landlocked country in West Africa, is characterized by a mix of landscapes, from the expansive Sahara Desert to lively markets and historic cities. The rich tapestry of indigenous cultures, diverse languages, and the warm hospitality that welcomes visitors. From the charm of Agadez to the beauty of the Air Mountains, Niger is a unique blend of tradition and natural wonders. An untamed beauty ready for your exploration. Step into the magic of Niger, your African gem.

Join our group tour in Niger in September. Travel alongside a small and fun group of explorers!
Highlights: Guerewool festival, Niamey and Agadez.

Guerewool Festival

A quick private tour in Niger.
Highlights: Niamey, Dosso and Giraffes.


Name: Republic of the Niger
Capital: Niamey
Population: 26 million
Surface area: 1,270,000 km2
Language: French
Neighbouring countries: Libya, Nigeria, Chad, Algeria, Benin, Mali, Burkina Faso.

Highlights Niger

Gerewol Festival

The Gerewol Festival is a traditional cultural event celebrated by the Wodaabe people, a subgroup of the Fulani ethnic group in Niger and other West African countries. The festival revolves around a beauty pageant where Wodaabe men showcase their attractiveness through elaborate makeup, dances, and performances to attract potential partners.


Niamey, the capital and largest city of Niger, is located along the Niger River. It serves as the country’s political, economic, and cultural center. Known for its colourful markets, lively atmosphere, and the Grand Mosque, Niamey offers a blend of modern urban life and traditional African charm.


Agadez is a historic city in Niger, famous for its ancient charm and cultural significance. Located in the Sahara Desert, it has been a vital crossroads for trans-Saharan trade for centuries. The city is known for its distinctive mud-brick architecture, including the iconic Agadez Grand Mosque.

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