Burundi safaris transport tourists to some of the country’s best locations, including some of its best national parks, from which they may explore and take in everything that Burundi’s natural beauty has to offer. Burundi is a landlocked nation that shares borders with Tanzania in the south, the Democratic Republic of the Congo in the west, Rwanda in the north, Tanzania in the south, and Lake Tanganyika in the south. Despite not having as much to offer travelers as some of its neighbors in East Africa, Burundi is nonetheless blessed with just enough natural beauty and wildlife for travelers to explore when on Burundi safaris.
Burundi’s incredible landscapes, mountaintops, tropical forests, lakes, plateaus, wonderful animals, including monkeys, and a highly rich and real African culture are just a few of the attractions that visitors can enjoy and discover on Burundi safaris. These attractions can be found in a number of locations and national parks in Burundi, including the national parks of the Rusizi River, Kibira, Ruvubu, Bururi Nature Reserve, Mount Heha, Chutes de la Karera, Saga Beach, and the Gitega national museum, among many more.
When to go to Burundi safaris.
Safaris in Burundi are available all year long. Therefore, visitors can visit Burundi at any time of year to take advantage of the country’s many attractions and locations. However, the greatest time to take Burundi safaris is during the dry season, which lasts from June through August. This is because the roads leading to various sites and Burundi locations are more accessible during this period. Additionally, there are lots of tourists in the national parks of Burundi, so visitors can socialize if they choose. It is difficult to travel on the roads and trails leading to and within the national parks of Burundi during the wet season. However, some tourists are up for the challenge and choose to visit during the rainy season, leading to the conclusion that tourists can book Burundi Tours throughout the year.
Accommodation options in Burundi safaris.
Burundi’s numerous tourist attractions may not be well established, and those that are do sell out quickly. Leave the hassle of finding accommodations to a dependable tour company to make your Burundi safaris easier. Booking in advance is suggested due to the restricted availability of “good” Burundian accommodations, such as in national parks. An experienced and trustworthy tour operator is required because the majority of the cost lodges alternatives passengers can choose from while on Burundi safaris are rather far from the destination.
Burundi tours can be taken independently or combined with gorilla safaris in Rwanda, Uganda, Congo, and sightings of the Big 5 in Tanzania or Kenya. Combining all of these is pretty exciting when going on an East African safari. Check out some of the safaris we have designed for Burundi so you can go there and see one of the most fascinating cultures in Africa. You can alter the Burundi safari packages