Ruvubu National Park, Wildlife Safaris in Burundi
Ruvubu National Park is Burundi’s largest National Park covering an area of 508 square kilometres (196 sq mi) bordering the provinces of Ruyigi, Karuzi, Muyinga and Cankuzo. The Park was named after the Ruvubu River which flows through the length of the Park.
Various wildlife animals inhabit the Park and these include; hippopatamus, Nile crocodile, Cape buffalo, waterbuck, numerous duiker species, five primate species, including olive baboon, vervet monkey, red colobus monkey, blue monkey, and Senegal bushbaby and bird species i.e 200 have been recorded.
The Park is prominently known to offer remarkable Wildlife Safaris to all tavelers visiting Burundi to enjoy Game Drives as they transfer from one track to another watching wildlife wandering around their natural habitat.
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When to Visit Ruvubu National Park
Ruvubu National Park can be visited any time around the year by all kinds of travelers although the best time to visit the Park is during the dry and short rain season when the grasses are short and photography is clear. Transfer to the Park to experience remarkable Wildlife Safaris in Burundi with friends and family.
How to Get to Ruvubu National Park
Ruvubu National Park can be accessed by use of both Road and Air depending on the preferences of the travelers. The Road transport varies from one traveler to another but if you are travelling from Entebbe International Airport Uganda you drive for 10 hours and 30 minutes to the Park where as from Bujumbura City, you take 4 hours and 2 minute s to the Park.
By Air you transfer from your country of origin to drop on Bujumbura International Airport where you leave from to the Park.
Things to do in Ruvubu National Park
- Wildlife Watching
- Bird Watching
- Nature Walks