There are currently 2 Travel Helpers for Burundi. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.
If you wanted to be charitable, then you'd describe Burundi as a country unburdened by major tourist attractions. It has an undeniably attractive setting at the head of beautiful Lake Tanganyika, but a combination of extreme population pressure - leading to wholesale deforestation and environmental degradation - and some very nasty politics leave it eclipsed by its neighbours.
But there are reasons why you might find yourself there as a tourist - probably because you are exploring other countries in the stunning Great Lakes region and are tempted to pop across the border, or maybe because you found a low cost fare on Air Brussels to Bujumbura - and if so, I'd gladly offer what advice and assistance I can.
I know Burundi because I've been involved with business ventures there for over five years.
I can help with many countries but I don't know how to enter them on this blog. Anyway, see my other blog at http://www.womentravellingalone.blogspot.com
for many details on some countries.
No Burundi questions; but all the answers on Burundi travel?
Here are some other Travellerspoint pages to help you plan your trip to Burundi!