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Tag Archives: Burundi

Visit Burundi, meet drummers & fishermen, Bujumbura city tour

Experience Burundi culture

Come visit Burundi and experience the culture.     Read More »

2 Days Birds watching tour, Livingstone Monument, Rusizi national park

Rusizi National Park Bujumbura Burundi Vacation

Birds watching tour, Livingstone Monument, Rusizi national park in Burundi     Read More »

Burundi cultural tour, Karera falls, Livingstone monument

Karera Water Falls-Burundi

  Tour Overview here…. Day 1: Morning, we visit Karera Falls is a famous waterfall of Burundi and is one of the popular Burundi tourist attractions. Burundi is a famous African destination and attracts a lot of tourist worldwide,After Karera falls we take the Direction leading us in the centre of the Country at Gitega, There we visit the national ... Read More »

3 Days Cultural Tour Burundi

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Visit Rubumba Tourist and Cultural Village

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The successor of a king was enthroned following a well-known ritual. After the death of the king, while the ritualistic staff ‘Biru’ took care of the body, all the personnel of the crown and the princes, came to Mwihangarizo, where mourning was observed for three months until the enthronement of the new monarch. The place was the departure point of ... Read More »

Visit The Intore Warrios, Kirundo

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The warriors of Umwami (King) of ancient Burundi did not always have the same name; those of the first army set up in the country to defend the king against the internal rebellions or the external attacks were called ‘Intore’. Others were called ‘Ibirima’, ‘Amasuka’, ‘Abadasigana’, etc. according the symbolic representation of the valor or boldness of the warriors. The ... Read More »

Explore Burundi Landscape

Burundi Landscape

Burundi has an incredibly beautiful landscape and rich and varied flora and fauna. From the shores of Lake Tanganyika, the deepest lake in Africa, the land rises abruptly to create dramatic rock formations, gorges with waterfalls, and hot springs. For animal lovers, the cloud forest in the northwest is a haven for primates, while the Rusizi Delta is an oasis ... Read More »