Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Rumonge Natural Reserve In Burundi
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Rumonge Natural Reserve It is one of the most recently formed in Burundi. Like the other reserves in Burundi, Rumonge Natural Reserve has a number of rare bird species that can be spotted here throughout the year as well as species of mammals and exotic plant life. And access to the park is possible with a guided tour.
Get ready to feel spellbound with the charming atmosphere in the naturally endowed sceneries of Rumonge rumonge Natural reserve with its mix of nature. Together with the professional local guide, you will visit Burundi’s few but unique beaches at the reserve.
What is the story of the beautiful reserves found around this town? Have you heard about Blue Bay Beach?
What makes them so beautiful in the areas of the reserve?
You will also be able to hear the story behind the beautiful natural reserves you will visit the following
- Muhweza Hotsprings,
- Kigwena Natural Forest,
- Vyanda Natural reserve
- And Kagongo beach.
Fill your heart with the joy and experience the magic of this Western Rumonge city in Burundi country.
Burundi’s highest mountain, Mount Heha is part of the Burundi Highlands Mountains. The mountain is a popular spot for hiking, and its 2,864m elevation is a good challenge for anyone looking to reach the top. The mountain is very close to Bujumbura, which is the most convenient location to use as a base before setting out on the climb.
Gishora is located 7 km from Gitega and sits proudly on a hilltop chosen by King Gisabo for its strategic location. The main attraction of Gishora, and another common stop on safari trips, is the Drum Sound Reserve.
Drums have played an important role throughout Burundi’s history and are often produced and played for important events such as royal ceremonies. The sanctuary is a great way to experience this aspect of Burundian culture and the palace buildings reconstructed here.
This activity is done on the road trip while people traveling from different regions between Bujumbura and Rumonge natural reserve.
After hours of bird watching, sightseeing beautiful and dense ecology, a little hiking and photography Blue Bay Beach will offer the ultimate swimming and relaxing experience at the reserve.
Kigwena natural forest.
It is Located in Rumonge near Bururi Town about 42kilometers from Bujumbura, the forest reserve of Kigwena extends over 3,300hectares between 773 and 820m of altitude along the Lake Tanganyika in Rumonge commune.
It stretches out over the western piedmont of the Congo-Nile ranges and comes down the gentle slope on the plain down to the lake.
It comprises a peri- Guinean forest, very rich in fauna and flora: a luxuriant vegetation, big calaos, various monkeys (of which baboons living in large families, and other primates), and also many species of birds and butterflies.
Muhweza hot springs.
The reserve is endowed with 2 major hot springs which are believed to have healing power.
Hot springs are produced by the emergence of geo-thermally heated groundwater from the earth’s crust. The temperature of rocks within the earth increases with depth. If water percolates deeply enough into the crust, it will be heated as it comes into contact with hot rocks.
Hot springs are formed by cracks extending down towards the exceedingly hot temperatures of the mantle, and water seeping downwards is heated and forced back up under pressure to bubble.
How much is Short Wildlife and Nature Safari in Rumonge?
Short Wildlife and Nature Safari in Rumonge price starts from $1,361.72. Discover and book Short Wildlife and Nature Safari in Rumonge on Tripadvisor
How much time do I need for Short Wildlife and Nature Safari in Rumonge?
On average, this experience will take approximately 3h. Discover and book Short Wildlife and Nature Safari in Rumonge on Tripadvisor.
Together with the professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. What legend is hidden in the ancient Church of Paradise? What was so mysterious about the Rumonge Cathedral?
How many have touched the Warrior statue in the Nature Reserve? You will be surprised how many stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Rumonge. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. Perfect for those who are visiting the city for the first time and want to get the most of it during your trip at Rumonge nature reserve.