The Kibira National Park is a national park in northwestern Burundi. Overlapping four provinces and covering 400 km2. Kibira National Park lies atop the mountains of the Congo-Nile Divide. It extends north from the provincial town of Muramvya to the border of Rwanda where it is contiguous with the Nyungwe National Park. Early in the morning after breakfast you will head to Kibira national park in the north west of the country near the Congo basin. You will do a guided walk or better yet go for chimpanzee trekking and if you will be able to view a lot chimpanzees, white and black monkeys, red colobus, buffaloes, hare and a variety of bird species and of course experiencing this rainforest vegetation.