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3 Days Burundi Bujumbura Tour

Upon arrival for this 3 Days Burundi Bujumbura Tour, we will begin at Bujumbura-Rusizi National park; have a half day tour in Bujumbura cultural safari. Then also have a visit to Rusizi National park to view the many birds, hippos and the joining point between Rusizi River and Lake Tanganyika.You will have a climb that offers a nice view of Bujumbura city; the independence hero monument; explorer’s memorial, a huge rock in the suburbs of Bujumbura commemorating the meeting between the explorers Stanley and Livingstone.

You will also have a Gitega- Gishora tour which is the famous site of Burundi. Furthermore, you will visit the drum sanctuary of Gishora to relive the cultural tradition of Burundi that is also becoming scarcer. Then finally transfer to the airport to catch your departure flight.

You will have a half day tour in Bujumbura, cultural safari.
You will also visit Rusizi national park to view numerous birds and the joining point between Rusizi River and Lake Tanganyika, the belvedere climb which will offer a nice view of Bujumbura city, the independence hero monument. Later you will visit explorer’s memorial, a huge rock in the suburbs of Bujumbura commemorating the meeting between the explorers Stanley and Livingstone.

Dinner and overnight at Club du Lac Tanganyika Hotel.

Have breakfast and visit their drum sanctuary of Gishora, this is one of the famous drum sites of Burundi. Goshora is perches on the top of a hill at 7 km from the city centre of Gitega. This is the site of Gishora that houses two ritual drums that were never beaten. Ruciteme and Murimirwa are two names intimately linked to the farming vocation and refer clearly to the fertility, and characteristic of the king.

There are also ordinary drums which the batimbo could beat on special occasions of the country. You will visit the drum sanctuary of Gishora to relive the cultural tradition of Burundi which is also becoming scarcer. This site also recreates an architectural complex of royal Palace, which is rarely found elsewhere in the country. You will get lots of information which will be provided by Mr Antime who have travelled a lot of countries across the world exhibiting the image of Burundi with his drum.