Burundi, country in east-central Africa, south of the Equator. The landlocked country, a historic kingdom, is one of the few countries in Africa whose borders were not determined by colonial rulers. It is a landlocked country amid the African Great Lakes region where East and Central Africa converge. It is bordered by Rwanda to the north, Tanzania to the east and southeast, and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Lake Tanganyika lies along its southwestern border. The capital is Gitega, having moved from Bujumbura in February 2019.
The vast majority of Burundi’s population is Hutu, traditionally a farming people. Power, however, has long rested with the Tutsi minority, which historically has controlled the army and most of the economy, particularly the lucrative international export of coffee.
Burundi may be a small town located in Africa but it has a lot to offer in terms of beauty and nature. The small space covers such scenic beauty in it that it can leave you thrilled and amazed. Grasslands, forests and lakes are what make up Burundi. Not just the lakes, but Burundi also has a number of beaches where visitors can relax and spend some quality time with their loved ones. The culture and ethnicity of Burundi is something that is always talked about. Burundi knows how to maintain its culture in a better way.
The top tourism sites in Burundi include mountain Heha, Kibira National Park, Bunjumbura, Kigwena Natural forest, Gitega, Gishora, Saga Beach among others.
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