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The district of Ngoma has got god hotel that can accommodate a variety of people and are cheap too. One can easily get a bed and breakfast motel within the town of Kibungo. There are two major hotels known in the district and these are Centre St Joseph and Hotel Dereva.

The Flora.

The natural vegetation of the district of Ngoma is dominated by a shrubby savanna. It is a typical vegetation of the eastern african basin, with a vast land grass doted by shrubs of various species.
The western part of the district is madeup of vast wetlands constituting the fluvio-lake depressions of the Akagera that offers a typical landscape of lakes and swamps.
Most of these swamps are occupied by swamp vegetation sheltering some species of fauna and water flora. One can find in the thalwegs some rare relics of the drill natural to dimensions so negligible that their existence goes unnoticed.
The increasing demographic pressure has led to different waves of internal immigrations of people are usually in search of new agricultural and pastoral lands which has to the population colonizing the slopes and swamps, causing an accelerated degradation of the soils and the natural vegetation.


Fauna.

Fauna of Ngoma is made of various bird species and reptiles, hares, jackals and a variety of snake species. The biggest part of the fauna of Ngoma is located in the uninhabited areas of sectors and especially in the forests.

 


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