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Lake Kivu

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Bordering DRC on one side and Rwanda on the other, lies Lake Kivu at a total surface area of 2,700 sqkm and plunges 1,558 feet at its deepest point. This is Rwanda's largest lake and the eighth largest lake in Africa. It lies in the Albertine Rift and empties into the Ruzizi River that flows southwards into Lake Tanganyika. Along the lake are towns and landmarks that act as a good tourist destination point including and not limited to;

  • Located on the northern edge of Lake Kivu and an hour's drive from Volcanoes National Park, this serves as the perfect place to unwind after gorilla trekking, that once served as a colonial beach resort, and is an ideal spot for sundowners.

  • A eucalyptic backdrop and pine-covered hillsides signify your arrival at this popular beach resort, half-way along the lake.

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