The best tourist places in Burundi - Travel Guide

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 Although it is a landlocked country, it has some wonderful inland beaches where it is possible to escape from the heat by taking a cool and safe dip in one of the country's lakes. It may be one of the smallest countries in mainland Africa, but it is filled with a lot of amazing nature. A county covering an area of ​​just over 28,000 square kilometres.

The best tourist places in Burundi - Travel Guide

And between embarking on a cruise across Lake Tanganyika, enjoying Burundi’s scenic natural resources, and experiencing its cultural richness, there are many tourist activities that can be done in Burundi when visiting, which is one of the distinctive African tourist destinations in recent times. Of which:

1. Rusizi National Park

Rusizi National Park - Photo courtesy of Visit Burundi

It is one of the most desired areas for tourists with its clear skies, it is a real paradise to observe rare and beautiful species of migratory birds that visit the park from Asia and Europe, such as tubercles and sandpipers.

The park is located just outside the country's ancient capital, Bujumbura, where the plains around the river are periodically flooded, and tourists to Burundi do not miss the opportunity to see the hippos in the Rusese River National Park.

The Karera Falls series, located in Rotana Province, is one of the most beautiful destinations and places in Burundi. It consists of 6 branches divided into 3 levels that coordinate with each other amid a group of natural green forests to form a harmonious scene.

Established in 1980, Rumonge Nature Reserve is one of the newest in Burundi. Like other reserves in Burundi, it contains a number of rare bird species that can be spotted as well as species of mammals and exotic plant life.

Lake Tanganyika is one of the great lakes in Central Africa and is the second largest freshwater lake in the world in terms of size and the second deepest lake in the world after Lake Baikal in Siberia. Well worth the experience when visiting Burundi.

Despite the many sources of the Nile River, this natural landmark is worth a visit when going to Burundi, as it is most likely the southern source of the Nile River, in addition to the stone pyramids that characterize its location.

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