Ecotourism is one of the most important tourist areas in Burundi. Tourism infrastructure in Burundi is very weak. Stanley Monument, 10 kilometers south of Bujumbura, the capital and largest city of the country, is a monument dedicated to the missionary and traveler Devid Livingston and to the explorer and journalist Henr Morton Stanley. Located in the Congo, Tanzania, Zambia and Burundi, Lake Tanganyik is the deepest lake in the world after the Baikal lake in Russia. It is also the sixth largest lake in the world. Kibira National Park, located near Bujumbura, the capital city of the country and the biggest city, is a wonderful nature area with its area of 400 km². Rusizi National Park, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Burundi, is located in Bujumbura, the capital city of the country and the largest city. Ruvubu National Park, located on the border of Burundi, is the biggest national park of the country with an area of 508 km². It has an abundance of virgin nature and many kinds of animals that he hosts. Heha Mountain, located in the state of Bujumbura Rural of Burundi, is the highest mountain of the country with an altitude of 2700 meters. Bururi, one of the 17 cities of Burundi, is one of the most visited places. We highly recommend you to visit this very authentic city.