The Museum Vivant is a zoo with various kinds of crocodiles, snakes, tortoises, chimpanzees, a panther and a few other mammals. Get ready for an unforgettable experience as the tour guide leads you to where guinea pigs are bred and nurtured. You pick up one or two of them and the guide shows you how to feed them to the ever-hungry snakes and crocodiles. And you even get to touch and pet the animals, if you don’t mind. The museum also showcases an amazing range of Burundian arts and crafts such as pottery, jewelry, clothing, paintings and wooden carvings.
The Saga Beach : You can’t visit Bujumbura without checking in on the most attractive inland beach in landlocked Burundi – the Saga Beach. Located five kilometres northwest of Bujumbura, the beautiful Saga Beach was named in honour of Saga Beach Resort, which is the largest restaurant and bar in the area. It used to be known as Plage des Cocotiers (Coconut Beach). The sprawling beach is usually packed full on weekends but could be very quiet and dormant on week days. So be guided on which suits your relaxation needs. The long stretch of the clear and white sand is an ideal place to walk, take in some air and relax while watching the sun set over the horizon. Saga beach’s atmosphere is indeed serene and tranquil. Everyone that visits always plans a come-back.
Lydia Ludic Casino: there is little to no gambling in the country. I mean, if no-one has any money to gamble with, a casino is surely a white elephant. But that has not stopped one company trying to create a gambling industry in Burundi. In fact, Lydia Ludic is a large operator throughout Africa and also into South America, that has created gambling halls and casinos in regions that many operators would not have considered. Along with this, the company are large-scale investors in their chosen countries, and do a lot of charitable work in terms of education to help the people in the countries they invest in.
Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Kiriri 5 kilometers from Bujumbura, Burundi.
The stadium is named after former Burundian prime minister and independence hero, Louis Rwagasore.
The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and has a sitting capacity of 22,000 people.