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If you decide to make a trip to Burundi there are a few things that you should definitely consider doing while you are there.
First of all, make sure you take the time to have a look at the local arts and crafts. The Burundians produce leather goods, wood-carvings and ceramics and you can head to the Craftwares Village at Giheta to find out more and to pick up a souvenir or two. Sculptures and paintings can be found in Giheta’s Art School.
Bujumbura is the capital city and it is also a port city. The town has around 200,000 inhabitants and is a former German colony. There are still some good examples of architecture from that period. Bujumbura is also home to three museums including a living museum that celebrates local culture and the Islamic Cultural Centre. Shopping can be done at the town’s popular market. Getting around the city is easy as there are some good public transport options but Burundi car rental will also serve you well.
The town of Gitega is a former royal city and here you can visit the national museum to find out more about local history and culture. It is also not far from some amazing waterfalls which are worthy of a visit.
Kirundo is found in the north of the country and is home to the three lakes of Rwihinda, Rweru and Cohoha – the perfect region for bird watchers. Rwihinda has been given the nickname of ‘Birds Lake’ because of the vast number that have made their home there. Bird watchers might also want to pay a visit to Kibira National Park.
Lake Tanganyika is both scenic and fun. When the political situation allows there are water sports on the lake and you could enjoy fishing, sailing or water skiing. With the cafes and restaurants along the lake-front it could be a great alternative location for a beach holiday.
Burundi has long laid claim to being the location for the source of the Nile and there is a monument to this that you can go and see. It is close to Rutovu in the Bururi Province and it is also worth a visit. Another monument that should not be missed, particularly by history buffs is the one that commemorates the meeting place of Stanley and Livingstone in 1871. Just 6 miles from Bujumbura, getting here is easy if you hire a car.