Burundi - Travel and Tourism
The Republic of Burundi, a tiny country with both soaring mountains and lovely lakeside beaches.
Near Rutana, in the southeastern part of the country, you’ll find some spectacular waterfalls.
The climate in Burundi varies depending more on where you go in the country than on the particular season.
A passport valid for six months and proof of immunization against yellow fever are required for entry into Burundi.
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Because of Burundi’s recent civil war and its overall political instability, the U.S. State Department warns travelers against visiting the country.
Situated slightly south of the equator, Burundi is bordered by Rwanda to the north, Tanzania to the east and south.
Founded in 1955, the National Museum in Gitega has collections of musical instruments, weapons and witchcraft tools.