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Kahuzi-Biéga National Park

Kahuzi-Biega National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

119km

-2.528.75

Kibuye

(formerly Kibuye).

147km

-2.0529.35

Kigoma

city

169km

-4.883329.6333

Kigali

capital of Rwanda

175km

-1.968611130.0605556

Mwanza

port city in Tanzania

405km

-2.516732.9
Sights

Living Museum of Bujumbura

Small “zoo” and natural history museum. Exhibits include fishes from Lake Tanganyika, birds, seven species of snakes, two chimpanzees called “Kita” and “Joy”, a golden monkey, a leopard called “Jango”, three antelope, two slender-snouted crocodiles and six Nile crocodiles. There’s also a traditional Burundian village on the grounds. For about 5,000 Fbu (2014) per person, a guide will show you around. The guide can even get some snakes out of the cage to let you hold them or feed them with guinea pigs. You can also feed chimpanzees with rice and Carnivores with guinea pigs or rabbits. Hold the hand of a chimpanzee, have a snake on harm and enter in cage of “Lacoste” Nile crocodile is also part of the attraction.Sometimes, local cultural events occur on the grounds, such as performances by the Burundian drummers.

992m

-3.38742529.353656

Regina Mundi Cathedral, Bujumbura

building in Burundi

1.1km

-3.391929.3637

Livingstone–Stanley Monument

It's not the spot where Stanley said “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?”, but it has a gorgeous view of the lake. Livingstone and Stanley passed through the area and carved their names on a large rock.

11km

-3.4821666729.35236111

Rusizi National Park

See hippos and crocodiles sunning themselves on the banks of the Rusizi River. The area is also where Gustave, the world's largest Nile crocodile, has been spotted. There are also some amazing birds to be seen. For about 3,000 Fbu per person (plus tip), a guide and a guard will join you in the car and give you a tour of the park. You’ll stop at several points along the water to view hippos, crocodiles and birds.

20km

-3.24772329.230671

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Bujumbura

Burundi
Bujumbura is the largest city and capital of Burundi. It is on the north-eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, the second deepest lake in the world after Lake Baikal.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

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Precipitation: 100 mm

Feb

30°C19
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Mar

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Jun

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Jul

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Aug

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Sep

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Precipitation: 33 mm

Oct

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Nov

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