Formerly reserved for the sacred hunting of the Burundian kings. The Kibira National Park is now home to nearly a hundred species of mammals, two hundred species of birds as well as primates. With an area of 40,900 ha, the Kibira National Park is the largest in Burundi. It is a superb mountain forest located on Mount Teza in the northeast of the country.
The Rusizi National Park is located at the gates of the city of Bujumbura. It is a real tourist attraction both for its proximity and its ease of access, but above all for the richness of its fauna and flora. Straddling the provinces of Bubanza and Bujumbura, the Rusizi Nature Reserve occupies 5,932 ha.
The Nyakazu Fault opens into the Kumoso Depression. It is a notch in the Nkoma massif which overlooks the plain and extends to the border with Tanzania. This fault is of recent tectonic origin and extends over 600 ha. It has an exceptional structure and there are historical remains of the German fort.
The most popular area of the former royal capital, Muramvya attracts many eyes. Located 37 km from Bujumbura to the northwest, it is a well-known area thanks to the spectacular trip to which one is entitled, when one goes there from Buja and thanks to its geographical location, at the crossroads of roads that lead to the north of the country, to the center as well as to the west from Buja.