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Largely frozen in time due to a decade of conflict, Bujumbura is the capital, largest city as well as the main port of Burundi. The city still retains its grandiose capital town planning with wide boulevards and imposing public buildings but it has its own look and feel which make it different from any other East African capital. The city has a French influence which is quite evident in its dining, drinking and dancing scene. Despite its small size and it is one of the best places to visit in East Africa and if you really want to visit any one of them then Bujumbura is really an ideal place to visit. So book your flight to Bujumbura now and get ready for an exciting journey. Search and compare cheap flights from London to Bujumbura with Flight Office.
There are number of things that the visitors can do on their holidays at Bujumbura. From historical sites to cultural attractions it has something for its every visitor. Start your trip with a visit to Kanyosha, a hidden gem which is surrounded by thick flora and fauna which you can enjoy while walking. Other major attraction over here is that the place is inhabited by different localities and you will get to see the daily life of these people. Load your camera to capture the glimpses of this beautiful place which you can visit with your family and friends. Explore one of the biggest nature reserves in the country the Rusizi National park which is renowned for its thick populations of rhinoceros and hippopotamus. You can easily spend the entire day with the wildlife with the help of armed guards in the reserve and can enjoy a pleasant experience on a boat ride. You just can’t afford to miss a visit to the most popular attraction of Burundi which is the great lake of Tanganyika which is the longest in the world and second largest in Africa with a remarkable biodiversity. More than underwater richness it boasts the beautiful landscape enhanced by soaring mountains and coastal plains which is perfect to enjoy a great day. If you don’t want to miss these beautiful attractions then fly to Bujumbura and enjoy a great holiday trip.
Visit the Karera Falls which is known not only for its picturesque landscape but for its exotic healing properties as well is among the most sought after relaxation venue for the tourists. Tea is among the most popular drinks in Burundi and if you want to feel relax and take in view of some of the most serene landscape of the country then you must visit the tranquil and serene Teza Tea plantations which are situated on the edge of Kibira Forest to feel rejuvenated. Bujumbura offers a great energetic and passionate nightlife to the youngsters where one can enjoy a great time in its bars, lounges and cafes. The lounges and clubs near Musee Vivant are renowned for their charm and crazy nights.
There are no direct flights from London to Bujumbura. Brussels Airlines is the highest rated carrier for this route. London Heathrow and London Gatwick are the airports from where you can get flights to Bujumbura. The other major airlines on this route are KLM, Air France, RwandAir, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways.
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