Lake Kivu is a beautiful destination located on the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. It is part of the Albertine Rift, a western arm of the East African Rift, and covers an estimated surface area of 2700 square kilometers, with a maximum depth of 475 meters and a mean depth of 220 meters.
It is a popular tourist destination for activities such as swimming, relaxation, water sports, hiking and biking, coffee plantation visits, and Imbabazi Orphanage tours.
Tourists can also enjoy the beautiful sandy beaches and stunning mountain scenery. The lake is a great spot for nature and adventure enthusiasts, and is a memorable end to a safari in Rwanda.