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Burundi National Parks


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BURUNDI Arts & Crafts Crafts are an important art form in Burundi and are attractive gifts to many tourists. Basket weaving is a popular craft for Burundian artisans. Other crafts such as masks, shields, jewelry, painting, wood curving; metal work statues and pottery are made in Burundi. A visitor has many art and crafts centers to choose in the Bujumbura ... Read More »


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 »


Saga Beach: This remote beach along Lake Tanganyika boasts miles of powdery, white sand and clear, turquoise waters. It’s thought to be one of the best beaches in East Africa. Burundi recreations are various and the country offers numerous sources of entertainment options to spice up a simple vacation to an extraordinary one. Burundi sports activities is an important source of ... Read More »

Burundi Museums and Zoo

Bujumbura Live Museum – Musée Vivant : Founded in 1977, it was among the first sites determining the cultural and artistic riches of Burundi. Located in a large park area, the living museum of Bujumbura includes testimonies of cultural heritage, including both the natural and human creations. One of the few still-operating museums in Burundi, the Musée Vivant, in Bujumbura city, is ... Read More »


Bujumbura: Burundi’s capital city, lined with palm trees and Art Déco buildings, has long been a place where Burundians could go to forget their troubles, and that tradition remains strong. Sample the French- and Belgian-inspired fare at the city’s many excellent restaurants, and boogie down at the famously late nightclubs. Les Tambourinaires de Burundi: Seek out a performance of the country’s most ... Read More »


Ruvubu National Park – burundi Ruvubu National Park is considered the largest national park in Burundi covering 508km2. Ruvubu National Park covers a significant amount of land on both sides of the Ruvubu River, situated in the eastern Burundi. According to the records available at the Office of Tourism in Burundi, Ruvubu National Park was set up in the year ... Read More »


Rusizi national park – burundi Rusizi National Park is the most popular and sought after Burundi tourist attraction. Rusizi National Park in Burundi is commonly known as Parc National de la Rusizi and is situated in the north-west of Bujumbura. The park is divided into two parts; the larger part lies on the eastern bank of Rusizi River where you ... Read More »

Kibira National Park – Burundi

Kibira National Park – Burundi Kibira National Park: Just south of the Rwanda border, Perched at an altitude between 1,500 and 2,660 m at the top of the Congo-Nile range is Kibira Park, a majestic primeval rain forest spread over 40,000 ha. Formerly a sacred hunting preserve for the kings of Burundi, it is now a protected area and home ... Read More »