Some times reffered to as the “St. Tropez of Africa” this tropicalplace complete with palm trees boasts several hotels and community campsites and three sandy beaches aroundlakeKivu.
These beaches are good for swimming, boat rides and sun bathing, as well as a variety of water sports or even taking a long stroll along the beach front.
Gisenyi Public Beach isa beautiful place to relax in Gisenyi town. It is a sandy beach lined with palm trees. This beach in the heart of Gisenyi town.
Lake Kivu, s a contributor to the great lake region and lies with in the albertine rift Eco – region and the great rift valley. The lake I shared between the DRC and Rwanda. It covers an area of 2,700 sq km and lies 1,460 m above sea level, it’s 89km long, 48 km wide, with an average depth of 220m and maximum of 485m.