Planning a Trip to Burundi for a safari. Are you interested in visiting Burundi or you are planning a short stay in Burundi and you are searching online about the best Burundi day trips and tours? Burundi is home to 3 National Parks where you can do safari, many travelers prefer visiting Ruvubu National Park, Rusizi National Park and Kibira National Park as the best of 4 national parks in Burundi. Also popular is Kigwena Forest Natural Reserve in Burundi which is home to hippopotamuses, statungas and Nile crocodiles among the major wildlife to see in this park.
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Rusizi National Park
Rusizi National Park is located 15km north of Bujumbura city near Rusizi River just a few kilometers to the border with DR Congo. Rusizi National Park is home to hippopotamuses, statungas and Nile crocodiles among the major wildlife to see in this park.
Ruvubu National Park
Ruvubu National Park is the largest National Park in Burundi covering 508 sqkm. It is located in the Eastern part of Burundi within the provinces of Karuzi, Cankuzo, Ruyigi and Muyinga. Rubuvu National Park is another great place to see wildlife in Burundi. Rubvubu National Park is home to a number of wildlife species and the most notable ones to see include hippos, Cape Buffaloes, Nile crocodile, waterbucks, duiker species, Leopards, Lions and primates which include olive baboons, vervt monkesy, red colobus monkesy, blue monkeys and Senegal bushbaby.
Kibira National Park
Kibira National Park also known as Parc national de kibira in French is located in the northwestern part of Burundi. The park lies along the mountains of the Congo-Nile Divide extending from the provincial town of Muramvya to the border of Rwanda near the Nyungwe Forest National Park. Kibira National Park is home to a variety of habitats ranging from areas of montane bog and bamboo stands to open grasslands creating a safe habitat to various wildlife species and plant species. There are 98 species of mammals, 200 species of birds have been recorded and a total of 644 plant species great to see on your safari in Kibira National Park Burundi.
Kigwena Natural Reserve
Kigwena Forest Nature Reserve is located in the south Wesetern Burundi near Lake Tanganyika. The reserve has a variety of vegetation species ranging from Terminalia superba, Elaies guineensis and Albizia zygia among others. Kigwena Natural Reserve is made up of Kigwena forest which is a peri-Guinean forest like the Congo Basin forest. Kigwena Forest Natural Reserve is home to 97 species of mammals including large groups of monkeys and baboons making a great place to see primates in Burundi. The reserve is also home to Hippos and snakes including Python sebae, Naja melanoleuca, Thelotornis capensis, and many species of butterflies.
What to do in Burundi on safari
Gitega is home to Burindi’s National Museum which displays the local traditions and lifestyles of Burundi people. Several karyenda royal drum sanctuaries are also located in this area as well the ibwami the royal court among other artifacts.
In Gitega you also have an opportunity to film the New university which was founded in 2014, the Polytechnic University of Gitega. It gives you an opportunity to learn more about the Education in Burundi.
Places of worship
Gitega is also home of various Christian churches and temples, Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Gitega (Catholic Church), Union of Baptist Churches in Burundi (Baptist World Alliance), Province of the Anglican Church of Burundi (Anglican Communion) and Assemblies of God. There are also Muslim mosques.
Planning a Trip to Burundi for a safari with Eco Adventure Safaris
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