Currently it houses a chimp, a leopard, several crocodiles, various snakes and some antelopes in cramped, dirty and exposed cages. The guinea pigs for sale at the reception are food for the carnivores, and if you buy one, you’ll get a graphic demonstration of the food chain in action.There’s also a ‘cultural exhibit’ which consists of a mildly interesting reconstructed traditional Burundian hut and living compound. You get a cultural insight of the Burundian and enjoy a wonderful moment.
- Arrival in Bujumbura, the capital city of Burundi, and transfer to your hotel.
- Take some time to rest and acclimate to the new environment.
- Explore Bujumbura: Visit the Independence Hero's Mausoleum and the Central Market.
- Enjoy a relaxing evening by Lake Tanganyika, the second deepest lake in the world.