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Burundi – located between lakes and green nature, with friendly local culture

Connect with a leading DMC and tour operator in East Africa. We promote sustainable travel and eco-tourism and specialise in Congo and Burundi with our local expertise, suppliers and connections. Burundi, officially the Republic of Burundi, is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley where the African Great Lakes region and East Africa converge. It is blessed with soaring mountains and friendly lakeside communities.

We organize tailor-made private and group tours to meet our traveller’s expected international standards. We deliver a safe and reliable service. With 12 years of experience and a strong local network, we create unique experiences for leisure and corporate travel. We ensure constant communication before and during your tour, so you can relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of our beautiful destination. We take care of the environment and respect the local cultures, as well as our guests.

We also offer a top-notch M.I.C.E. management service, including safe client transport logistics, conference co-ordination and event management in Bujumbura. We have a team of private, experienced English or French-speaking driver guides to accompany you and share their local knowledge and history of Burundi. We compose exclusive itineraries, with the best accommodation available in the area, at a competitive price.

Whether you visit for a cultural tour or to discover a new African destination, we look forward to being your partner DMC in Burundi and saying “Kaze to Burundi”!

Top Travel Highlights in Burundi

Burundi is slowly emerging as a destination to be discovered. Tourism is underdeveloped and several tourist sites are under rehabilitation.
Below are some recommended areas to visit:

  • The natural forest reserves of  Kigwena and Bururi with their excellent birdlife.
  • Kibira, Ruvubu and Rusizi National Parks where you can take a boat ride to see hippos and enjoy birding.
  • The Rumonge plain and its palm groves along the coast.
  • The southernmost source of the White Nile (Rutovu).
  • A true highlight is watching the drummers at the Gishora Drum Sanctuary.
  • Sip a beer on the shores of Lake Tanganyika as you watch the sunset.
  • Agasumo ka Mwaro – a waterfall of sacred importance.
  • Enjoy a soak in the thermal waters of Muweza Hot Springs.
  • Visit the ancient city of Gitega – the capital city.
  • The Chutes of Karera (waterfalls) and Kayove caves in Rutana.
  • Hike up Mount Heha and Mount Teza.
  • Visit the Nyakazu Fault (German’s Gorge), with its 700m high cliffs. It was the site of German military fortifications in World War I and has a 100m perennial waterfall.
  • The memorials of the European expeditions of the 19th century.
  • Take a city tour of Bujumbura and see its architectural splendours, visit the local covered market and cathedral, and enjoy the arts and crafts of its numerous local craftsmen.