The best day to find transport to Djenné is Monday - market day - when many minibuses and bush taxis make their way to the town. Otherwise you may need to take transport to the Djenné junction on the main Bamako-Mopti road, and wait for further transport to Djenné.
For traveling short distances walking may be the best method as it allows you to appreciate the scenery and look at the mud based architecture in the city.
When the river is high, you can take a pinasse to nearby Fula villages.
- The Great Mosque. This is the main tourist attraction in the city. It is what made the city a UNESCO heritage site. (13.906389,4.555) edit
- Market. On Monday, the Grand Market assembles -- and quite a incredible spectacle it is too! edit
- Le Campement, (North of the Grand Mosque). The menu du jour here is 4000CFA - but it is mediocre. edit
- Le Campement, (North of the Grand Mosque). The rooms here are decent enough and well-priced at 10000CFA. edit
- Hotel Djenne, Doteme Tolo. This is a newly built hotel that includes a restaurant $69. edit
- Djenne Djenno, Outside of the city (walking distance), . Very nicely decorated hotel 25000CFA. edit
On Tuesday morning there is a minibus to Bamako leaving at around 7:30 (7500CFA). (It may operate other mornings, too - I have no idea.)
Otherwise, for westbound destinations you can get a minibus headed for Sevare and get off at the junction with the main road (2500CFA), where frequent buses run to Sissako and Bamako.