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3 Days Lake Tanganyika Tour

This 3 Days Lake Tanganyika Tour will lead you to experience Burundi, visiting along the shores of Lake Tanganyika, you will have beautiful sights of the beach landscapes around the lake area, Lake Tanganyika is referred to as the source of the Nile, and the worlds deepest lake, you will have clear views of Tesa from Rwegura, the safari encompasses city tours in Bujumbura.

Safari highlights

  • Beach experience
  • City tour
  • Nature views

Itinerary overview

  1. Day 1: arrival- Bujumbura city tour
  2. Day 2: Transfer to the source of the Nile
  3. Day 3: City tour Bujumbura.

Detailed 3 Days Lake Tanganyika Tour

DAY 1:  Arrival

On arrival be warmly received by our travel guide representative who will  brief  you do your half-day city tour of the day, visit the cultural and snake museum, tour the memorial, the city hall, Lake Tanganyika which is the most prominent attraction in the area, the Islam Culture Centre, and the President’s Office.

DAY 2: Transfer the source of the Nile

Following breakfast, we will drive for approximately 120 square kilometers to tour the genuine source of the great river Nile found at Rutovu. enjoying the beautiful vegetative cover of the conservation area,  In the evening drive back to Bujumbura

DAY 3: Departure

Today we will wake up to breakfast, and do a mini-tour in the city center after which we will transfer to Bujumbura to catch your flight back home.

End of 3 Days Lake Tanganyika Tour

Tour Inclusives

  • Water on board
  • Meals and drinks as indicated in the itinerary
  • Park entry and conservation fees
  • English speaking guide

Tour Excludes

  • Visas
  • International air fares
  • Activities/services not included in the itinerary
  • Alcoholic drinks/wines
  • Laundry and any service of personal nature
  • Travel insurance cover

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