As a parent it can be hard finding outings and hotels suitable for the whole family. Kisumu has lots to choose from so the next time you’re stuck, you’ll have options. Here are some great places to consider!
At the shores of Lake Victoria, Dunga is a leisurely destination in Kisumu City. Dunga is perfect for camping, picnic or a lazy afternoon. Go out on the lake with kayaks. Catch the sunset at the lake’s horizon.
Also on the shores of Lake Victoria, Koboko Bay Resort is a jogging distance from the high street, Impala Park and the Dunga Fishing Village. This Bay has been rated consistently as one of the best Kisumu resorts, allowing travelers to embrace the feel of safari adventure in luxury.
This sanctuary was created to provide a home for the threatened Impalas within Kisumu city and is one of Kenya’s smallest wildlife preserves. Impala Sanctuary is a holding area for animals that require special protection. The sanctuary is open year round.
©Kenya Wildlife Service
Bike Adventures provides bicycles to tour the city. For only 300 bob for a whole day, you can tour the city. There is also the option to tour the city on a tuk-tuk or bodaboda for a slightly higher cost.
©African Spice Safaris
Learn the history of this side of Kenya at the Kisumu Museum. This is a small but comprehensive gallery with displays of material culture of the peoples of the Western Rift Valley and Nyanza Province. Kisumu Museum contains live animals, numerous aquaria, outdoor exhibits and a snake park.
Enjoy all 600 acres of Hippo Point viewing area on Lake Victoria. Don’t count on seeing too many hippos, this viewing area is better known for viewing unobstructed sunsets. Near the village of Dunga, Hippo Point also has a fishing port and camping site. Boat rides are also available.
©Kenya’s Tourism and Holiday Resource Centre
This tall arrangement of impressive stone stands tall above the surrounding rocks in Kangeso village. It is said that Kit Miyaki poses like a woman with a load on her back. You are able to climb the rocks to observe the span of Lake Victoria, Kisumu City and the Kisumu International Airport.
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