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Burundi is a small landlocked country in east central Africa,
closely tied to Rwanda.
Burundi Travel and Tourist Information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to Burundi.
Bujumbura, Burundi Country Information, Gitega,
Map of Burundi, News From Burundi.
Countries neighbouring Burundi are: Rwanda, Tanzania and Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Burundi became an independent constitutional monarchy on July 1st,
1962, but the reign of the Mwami lasted less than four more years.
Burundi was settled by Hutu farmers, in the early 14th century,
who imposed their language and customs on the Twa.
Migrating Tutsis established themselves as feudal rulers over the Hutu
in the 15th century, as they did in neighbouring Rwanda.
Germany occupied Burundi, then called Urundi, in the 1880s; along with
Belgium were given a mandate over the Territory of Ruanda-Urundi after
World War I, but did little to inject political stability into the region.
Weather in Africa:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around Africa.
Although Burundi has no coastline as such, the south-west of the
country, including the capital Bujumbura, does have access to Lake Tanganyika; the second
deepest freshwater lake in the world.
Hotels in Burundi:
Find hotels in Burundi with special online rates.
Hotels in Bujumbura
Hotel Club Du
Lac Tanganyika - Chaussee d'Uvira, Bujumbura, Burundi.
Set within a luxuriant park of five hectares, behind a wide beach, on
the north side of Lake Tanganyika. The hotel was visited by Princess Caroline of Monaco in
Guests at the Hotel Club Du
Lac Tanganyika loved the beach, the stunning pool and the hotel's great location.
Gitega, in the middle of Burundi, is the former royal residence.
News From Burundi:
Recent news articles about Burundi, from IRIN.
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