The capital of Burundi, Bujumbura, is the largest city on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, with over 400,000 inhabitants and an urban population growth rate of 6.4%. People in the capital are Dependent on the lake for domestic and industrial use, inputs to their livelihoods, and transport (Burundi is a land-locked country).
The Livingstone–Stanley Monument at Mugere in Burundi is 12 km south of the capital Bujumbura, overlooking Lake Tanganyika, and marks a location where explorer and missionary Dr David Livingstone and journalist and explorer Henry Morton Stanley visited and spent two nights on 25–27 November 1871.
Mount Heha is the highest mountain in Burundi rising to the height of 2,670 meters being the highest point in the Burundi Highlands mountain range. Location It is located in the Bujumbura Rural province of Burundi and it lies approximately 20 km to the east of Lake Tanganyika and about 30 km to the southeast ...
The Ruvubu National Park of Burundi is easy accessible by road as it lies about 216 km away from Bujumbura and the park itself has about 50 kilometer of tracks. Camping facilities for the visitors is the newest addition to Ruvubu National Park and this makes it more attractive to adventure lovers.