Overview

Burundi is well known for it’s moderately scenery, although it’s not like its neighboring country Rwanda that has a better surrounding. Burundi occupies a hilly plateau that is above sea level, the western part of the country is occupied with mountains that to go down the Africa’s Great Rift Valley. It is bordered by Tanzania, DR Congo and Rwanda’s beautiful rain forest and mountainous ranges that the rift valley tends to beautify the destination although the weather conditions often change all year around. The wet season is usually in the months of October and may and the dry season in the months of June and September. It’s acknowledged that the dry season is the best time for tourists and travelers to visit Burundi.

Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika

To the north lies the volcanoes national park, which protects the Rwandan portion of the virunga mountains

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Bujumbura

Bujumbura

Burundi is a small, landlocked country with a surface area of 27,830 km2 and 10.8 million inhabitants in 2017.

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Gitega

Gitega

It is the capital of Gitega Province, one of the 17 provinces of Burundi. It is the home of the Burundi's National Museum

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Ngozi

Ngozi

Ngozi in Ngozi Province with it's 21,506 residents is a town located in Burundi about 46 mi (or 74 km) north-east of Bujumbura

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