Short Term Houses in Bujumbura

Looking for short term rentals in Bujumbura, Burundi? Look no further as you will find all of the fully furnished short stay rentals in this city through this page. All of the listed accommodation options are owned by friendly local owners who will be happy to help their guests with any information they might need.


Bujumbura private room

Private room to let in Bujumbura. From €20 per night.


Accommodation Rentals in Bujumbura


With a large selection of available furnished temporary accommodations in Bujumbura, Burundi that you can find on this web page, we’re sure that you will easily find one that will suit your vacation style. Private apartments for rent in Bujumbura are diverse enough by price and type that they can cater to any budget- thanks to their reasonable prices.

All short lets on the page are advertised by owner. For those who plan on coming over on their own booking a private room in Bujumbura, Burundi is a great option due to the affordable price and a good level of comfort and amenities.


There are also interesting flats in Bujumbura, Burundi close by the Kiriri Campus which will be an excellent option for younger visitors to experience the life of youth in this city. Those who plan on visiting this city with their family should definitely consider renting an entire house that will provide them with a high level of comfort and a nice list of amenities.

Also, these holiday rentals are big enough and have several bedrooms to accommodate big group of people. Amenities you can count on in each apartment for rent depend on the vacation rental option you choose to book. Some of the available ones are self-catering kitchen, TV, kid friendly premises and many more. Temporary rentals in Bujumbura are located in all parts of the city.


Bujumbura apartment rental

Apartment to let in Bujumbura. From €40 per day.



About Bujumbura:


Bujumbura, Burundi

Bujumbura, Burundi


Bujumbura is the main port, the largest city and the capital of Burundi located on the northeastern shore of Lake Tanganyika. Main exports are tin, ore, cotton, coffee and skins. City center is a colonial town with a large market, a large mosque, the national stadium and also the cathedral for the Archdiocese of Bujumbura.

The city grew from a small village to become a military post in German East Africa in 1889 and after that continued to develop. First it was named Usumbura but was changed to Bujumbura in 1962 when Burundi became independent.




Click the “More Property Listings” button below to take a look at all accommodation rental offers in Bujumbura and choose based on their location, amenities and overall likeness.