Welcome to kisumu city inland port. Kisumu is a Kenyan port city on Lake Victoria ... More info ›
Welcome to kisumu city inland port. Kisumu is a Kenyan port city on Lake Victoria. It’s known for lakeside viewpoints at Dunga Hill Camp and Hippo Point. The Kisumu Impala Sanctuary shelters herds of impalas and zebras. Its animal orphanage is home to wildlife like cheetahs and baboons. The city’s Kisumu Museum displays artifacts related to the people of the Nyanza Province. This tour is suitable to lake side visitors on missionary trips or normal adventure.
Enjoy hotel pick up in the morning for this lake side city tour. Your tour starts with a visit to the museum. Kisumu Museum is located in Kisumu town along the Kisumu – Kericho highway. It was opened to the public in 1980. The museum stores and disseminates information on cultural and scientific issues with emphasis on Western Kenya. Exhibits include cultural history. The museum provides educational services to schools in its neighbourhood. Striking features of the museum include a diverse collection of flora and fauna species. The most notable animals are reptiles and amphibians, collected from Nyanza and neighbouring provinces. A traditional Luo homestead and other traditional Luo artifacts constitute part of the exhibits the museum keeps.
The next trip is driving along the streets of kisumu and head straight to dunga beach. Here you will interact with fishermen and board a boat to the lake. The fishermen will show you how they fish as you go deeper to the lake for 2 hour expeditions. Later in the day, drive for your lunch at the beach near the city. You will enjoy full fried fish with local accompaniments as you enjoy the lake breeze.
Later proceed to Kisumu impala sanctuary. Set on the shore of Lake Victoria, the Kisumu Impala Sanctuary is a peaceful, relaxing place to enjoy the natural beauty that abounds here. The sanctuary hosts impalas, the rare Sitatunga antelope as well as big cats, buffalos, giraffes, cheetahs and several primate species. The sanctuary is also home to five campsites all with spectacular views of Lake Victoria. Bird watching, nature walks and glass bottomed boat rides compliment the activities availed at the sanctuary. Spend enough time in the sanctuary. Later in the afternoon drop to your city hotel.