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Cheap flights from Burundi

Home to Hutu, Tutsi, Twa, along with a small population of Europeans and South Asians, Burundi, or Republic of Burundi, is a landlocked country bordered by the countries of Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Tanzania, towards the north, west, east and south, respectively. The country occupies a total area of 27,800 square kilometres (10,700 square miles) and can be divided into 17 provinces, such as Bujumbura Mairie, Kirundo, Mwaro, Ngozi, Ruyigi, and Gitega, to name a few.

Where to go

The Heart of Africa, Burundi, offers various landscapes, parks and protected areas, monuments, along with cultural tourism and leisure activities. Visit Lake Tanganyika, Karera Waterfalls, Ruvubu National Parc, Source of the Nile, Livingstone Rock, which offer activities such as bird watching, water sports. Also visit Rubumba Tourist and Cultural Village, Agasimbo Acrobatic Dancers, and more. Known as the second largest freshwater lake worldwide, based on its volume, and also the second deepest lake in the world, Lake Tanganyika is an African Great Lake shared by the countries of Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and Burundi. It is believed to be home to more than 250 species of cichlid fish and 75 non-cichlid. Lake Tanganyika also provides fish through various fisheries that operate from around 800 sites within the area.

Bujumbura International Airport offers flights to short-haul destinations such as Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Nairobi, Kenya; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. When flying to these destinations, it is best to expect air travel that lasts between an hour to five hours, depending on the destination, schedule, and flight provider of choice. Among Nairobi, Kenya’s places to be visited are the Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe Centre, Nairobi National Park, Uhuru Gardens, Nairobi Arboretum, Jamia Mosque, along with Nairobi Railway Museum, and Bomas of Kenya. Known as a tourist village within Langata, Nairobi, Bomas of Kenya features a number of traditional villages of various Kenyan tribes. Founded in 1971 as a tourist attraction, Bomas of Kenya was also establishes in an effort to preserve, maintain, as well as promote the cultural values of the tribal groups found throughout Kenya.

Bujumbura International Airport operates international long-haul flights to Brussels, Belgium. Getting to Brussels will take more than eight hours of air travel. The destination is fairly known for Atomium, Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, Centre for Fine Arts Brussels, Place Royale, Coudenberg, Mont des Arts, Museum of the City of Brussels, BELvue Museum, and Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, to name a few. As a history museum in Brussels, the BELvue Museum has exhibits divided over 12 rooms that go deep within the major periods of the country’s history. The national history museum features various pieces that cover the Belgian Revolution, WWI and WWII, in addition to the country’s monarchs.

How to get out

Serving the capital of Burundi, Bujumbura International Airport, located at -3.323889 latitude and 29.318611 longitude, is a public airport that has flights to and from Entebbe, Brussels, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Kigali, and Dubai. These destinations can be reached with flights provided by airlines such as Air Uganda, Brussels Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, flydubai, Kenya Airways, and RwandAir. The airport has served close to 90,000 passenger arrivals, and has an asphalt-surfaced runway that measures 3,600 metres or approximately 11,800 feet in length.

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