Rusizi National Park in Burundi is normally referred to as Parc National de la Rusizi which is situated in the north-west of Bujumbura. The park is split into 2 parts; the bigger section is situated on the eastern bank of Rusizi River while the smaller section forms the delta of Rusizi at the entry point of Lake Tanganyika.
Travelers to this destination will enjoy very much in this park since they may explore different distinctive species of flora and fauna additionally the environment equally supports the existence of these distinctive species. Wildlife species in Rusizi National Park include antelopes, hippopotamus, monkeys and different species of birds. There are also different species of trees and various species of unique birds form an integral part of the Rusizi National Park.
50% of Rusizi National Park comprises of forest, artificial landscapes covers 23%, 18% shrub land and 7% grassland. Thus the Rusizi National Park is the habitat of numerous wildlife species which make the park a magnificent Burundi tourist destination