Rusizi National Park is a hidden gem located in Burundi, East Africa. The park is named after the Rusizi River, which runs through it and forms a natural border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. The park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including rare bird species, hippos, crocodiles, and several types of monkeys. Visitors can take a boat tour to explore the river and its surrounding wetlands or take a nature walk to spot wildlife. The park also provides a unique opportunity to learn about the cultural traditions of the local Twa people. Rusizi National Park is a must-see destination for nature and culture enthusiasts visiting Burundi.