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Fouta Djallon sounds absolutely breathtaking! With an area of 81,952 km2 and an average altitude of 1,000 m, it's a region of plains and hills, with Mount Loura as the highest point at 1,515 m. The population is approximately 1,800,000, with the Fulani ethnicity being dominant at 96%. The landscape is characterized by wooded savannahs, open forests, gallery forests, and vast plains, adorned with magnificent waterfalls and cliffs formed by the erosion of watercourses.


Fouta Djallon is known as the "water tower of West Africa" as it is the source of rivers like the Niger, Senegal, Gambia, and Koliba. The climate is pleasant, with temperate and fresh mountain air. Temperatures vary depending on the season, with dry seasons from December to May and a rainy season from June to October. It must be an incredible place to explore!

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