|Admin. Province||Western Province|
|Elevation||1,457 m (4,780 ft)|
|Population (2013 est.)|
Kibuye is a city in Karongi district, and the capital of Western Province in Rwanda. The city lies on the eastern shore of Lake Kivu, about halfway down, and between Gisenyi and Cyangugu. It is known as a beach resort and is within driving distance of two national parks. It is home to a genocide memorial marking the massacre of 90% of the town's Tutsi population in the Rwandan Civil War. The Ndaba Falls lie near the city.
Anderson, Dawn (2013-05-18). "Need to loosen up? Take a trip to Kibuye". The New Times Rwanda. Retrieved 2013-06-20.
- Kibuye travel guide from Wikivoyage
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