Under the patronage of the Ministry of Trade, Transport, Industry and Tourism in partnership with the Burundi Tourism Development Agency.

Official Partners

The 06th edition of the domestic campaign Tembera Uburundi, from August 3rd to 4th, 2024 – in KIRUNDO - NGOZI - KAYANZA

The Tembera Uburundi is back, don't miss the opportunity to

The sixth edition of Tembera Uburundi returns and will once again gather the country’s top destinations and reveal the latest trends in Cultural, Leisure and Medical tourism. After Burundi hosted the biggest regional tourism event EARTE 2022, it is anticipated that Tembera Uburundi 2024 will be a platform to gather people and entities beyond the realm of the tourism industry to support its demands, such as Tour Operators, Travel Agencies, Hotels, Artists, and Tourism Board.

Now more than ever, the travel and tourism industry needs a trip to create new connections, grasp fresh opportunities, and reconnect with existing relationships. This campaign will give us an opportunity to enhance the experience that local travelers can enjoy in the destination away from the beach and nights activities and begin to move into other provinces.

Tembera Uburundi 2024 Schedule

3rd - 4th August 2024

08AM - 04PM

About Tembera Uburundi

Tembera Uburundi is a domestic tourism campaign that ran in Burundi launched from November 2020 and still ongoing. the #TemberaUburundi campaign is a domestic tourism marketing program developed by the Burundi Tourism Development Agency to build consumer interest and demand for domestic travel. The campaign was developed to support business continuity within the country’s tourism industry in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

It encompass thousands kilometre tour across various tourist attractions in Burundi. The event was organized and hosted by Visit Burundi, and it was sponsored by the various tourism and events sponsors with support from several tourism associations. The first tour edition began in the Muramvya province and ended at the Green Park Hotel. Sites were selected to demonstrate diversity among tourist destinations, including “national parks, heritage sites, cultural offerings, and other sites” at low promo various budgets.

Tembera Uburundi was carried out in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting decline of international tourism. It was intended to spread awareness of notable places in Burundi and educate citizens about how to best travel domestically. Tourism has been a significant aspect of the Burundi economy prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Tembera Uburundi campaign sought to prevent some of the financial losses associated with the decline in tourism. The campaign was well received and is believed to contribute to domestic tourist bookings.