Kibira National Park in Burundi

Kibira National Park

Kibira National Park is in Burundi’s north-western part covering 400 sq.km lying onto the topmost Congo-Nile divide and contiguous with Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park. Consisted of montane forest cover with bog area and bamboo stands in the middle of the forest. Kibira is rich in fauna and flora particularly primate species including chimpanzees black and white colobus monkeys, more than 600 plant species and boosts more than 250 species of birds, among others is the majestic great blue turaco.

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