Welcome to Burundi, Heart of Africa
Discover the 4 corners of Burundi! climb on top of its hills ! Walk through its preserved rain forests, navigate on its lakes or sunbathe on its beaches. Burundi is the ideal place to spend unforgettable vacations! Average temperatures of 28oC/ 82oF every day, along with the clear and fresh water of Lake Tanganyika make Burundi an exceptional place of many sport activities.
Enjoy the diversity of its cuisine, from distant origins. The wonders of the Lake seasoned with our local creativity are ingredients for a gastronomy that will leave you impatient to return to Burundi. Taste the unexpected, give in to the game of discovering tropical fruits, exotic vegetables and colorful plants. Paradisiacal features and aroma of our coffee, tea, and cane sugar will surely amaze you.
Admire our cultural diversity offered by our traditional customs portrayed by the sacred drums, the intore warriors and our elegant female dancers that will leave you dreaming. The creativity of craftsmanship will dazzle you! Lay your eyes and admire the beauty of our basketry, pottery, sculpture and painting that await you!
Burundi is divided in 17 provinces, subdivided into communes
Explore the unique geographical layout of Burundi and its closeness to Lake Tanganyika. The cultural heritage of Burundi is unrivalled such as the sacred drums. The large number of cultural attractions gives you the desire of eternal life. The variety of wildlife, northern cross border lakes and forests ... make Burundi a prime destination for ecotourism.
With its fairly developed road network, get to all tourist sites of the country. Short distances allow you to explore all Burundi tourism features in short time without getting tired. Bujumbura International Airport is served by regular flights of various airlines. Permanent internet network coverage keeps you nearby your families and acquaintanceship.
Take advantage of staying in Burundi to get, through its cardinal points, to other neighboring countries' destinations: in the North, Rwanda; in the South-east, Tanzania; and the West, the Democratic Republic of the Congo.