The site of Rwegura has got its fame thanks to both the tea factory complex, one of the biggest of the country, and its lake created following the construction of a hydroelectric dam for mainly the electricity supply of the town of Bujumbura . As for the vast tea plantations, they offer to the visitor their splendid greenness forming a magnificent vista in this highland region around the Kibira Park , close to Rwandese border.
BURUNDIDES proposes to tourists a stopover for a picnic and relaxation on this site at about 2 300 metres of altitude, together with the attractions of north-east of Burundi . Also, an excursion is worth undertaking in this fresh air so as to survey among others, a fall of 400 metres high between the dam and the hydroelectric station.
At a short distance from the national Road no.10 northwards, the visitor can equally have a bath in the thermal spring basin of Rwegura , at more than 2 660 metres of altitude.