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What to enjoy in Burundi?

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What to enjoy in Burundi?

This page aims to promote Burundi as a holiday destination.

It is one of the few countries that lacks the big numbers of animals, with an exception of bird species, but compensates that very well with breath taking sceneries during your travel in the country.

Beautiful landscapes, forests, lakes, beaches, traditions, etc... and Millions of smiles from the friendly natives of Burundi.

This is still Africa at its purest!!

Enjoy the drummers, who can entertain and show you how drumming should be done. There are no other African drummers like these men and boys, who show that their drum is their heart and soul.

We like to promote Burundi as the last part of your holidays in East Africa, where you can relax on the (sand) beaches in hotels or lodges or guest houses at your choice.

Relax here after a wildlife experience in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, or DR Congo.

Go with the flow of Burundi!

And if you are fond of taking pictures of landscapes, lifestyles and/or beautiful people, than this is the ultimate country to do that.

Enjoy the food of Burundi like meat or fish, the sangala, mukeke or the fish- or meat- brochettes and let the Burundi history and their plans for the future impress you.

Burundi will amaze you in the years to come in a very positive way and is ready to receive people who want to help with this future by investing in its country.

Burundi welcomes you!

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