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Likewise, its cultural and historical richness, naturally abundant vegetation, and many nature reserves will not leave you indifferent. When you pass through the capital Bujumbura which is located on the shores of the large Lake Tanganyika, you will notice an exciting mix of tradition and modernity. The main monuments of the country, such as the

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Things to do and see - Burundi

Discover lush rainforests and diverse wildlife, including chimpanzees
Kibira National Park
 
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Take a unique boat trip along Lake Tanganyika and spot hippos and crocodiles
Rusizi National Park
 
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Experience traditional Burundian culture with live drum performances and dances
Gishora Drum Sanctuary
 
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Hike to scenic waterfalls and enjoy the beautiful surroundings
Karera Waterfalls
 
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See the place where two explorers met
Livingston-Stanley Monumen
 
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Explore Burundi's largest national park, home to elephants and antelopes
Ruvubu National Park
 
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Relax on the shores of Lake Tanganyika
Saga Beach
 
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Wander through the capital city and explore its vibrant markets, colonial architecture
Bujumbura
 
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Visit the cultural capital and explore its historic buildings
Gitega
 
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FAQ - Burundi

Is it true that Burundi has two capital cities?
Is Burundi home to the world's longest freshwater lake?
What is Burundi's iconic drink?

Events - Burundi

July
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Burundi is celebrated on July 1st each year, commemorating the country's liberation from Belgian colonial rule in 1962. It is a significant national holiday filled with patriotic pride and cultural festivities, including parades, music, dance, and traditional ceremonies that showcase Burundi's rich heritage.
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