Musasa coffee washing station, situated on the Lake Kivu shore, the Musasa coffee washing station and the coffee route offers camping facilities to hikers. The washing station is easily accessible from Gisenyi or kibuye, 13 km from the main road.
There is a hike up to the murambi cave which offers magnificent views of lake Kivu and the islands. It’s a 10 m long cave, large enough to shelter more than 10 people at a time. The cave is 1.5 km from the Buruseri surbub on the road to Musasa sector office.
Mukura forest, just east of kibuye, on the muhanga – Kigali road, is a protected reserve. It’s home to many endemic and threatened bird species. This mountain and a forest reserve has an altitude range of 2500 to 3000m and covers about 12000 km2. Its one of the biggest forests in rwanda after Nyungwe, Akagera, volcanoes National parks and giswati reserve.
Gisovu tea plantation
Gisovu tea plantation, in tuwumba sector produces high quality tea and the Gisovu tea route is a unique tourism attraction. The plantation lies at altitudes between 2,000 and 2500m and covers a total area of 820 ha. Just 45 km from karongi and easil;y accessible offering magnificent scenic views from the side walk track. The site offers camping facilities and accommodation for a few people.