Kisumu

Attractions

Abindu Caves

Abindu means a series of small caves in one place according to the local Luo language. From the top of the caves, you would also…

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Abindu Caves

Hippo Point

Hippo Point is a 600 acres viewing area on the shores of Lake Victoria. Despite its name, it is better known as a viewing point…

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Hippo Point

Kisumu Impala Sanctuary

The sanctuary is one of Kenya’s smallest wildlife conservancies/reserves right at the edge of Lake Victoria. As the name goes, it is home to a…

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Kisumu Impala Sanctuary

Kisumu Museum

Ber Gi Dala – the museum buildings are set to look like a Luo homestead, replicating the culture of the area with the museums main…

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Kisumu Museum

Kit Mikayi

This is a large tor/rock with three boulders on top, located off the Kisumu-Bondo road. Kit Mikayi means “Stones of the first wife” or “First…

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Kit Mikayi

Luanda Magere Site and Grave

Luanda Magere was a Luo warrior, believed to be made of stone. Nobody could kill him. When war broke out between the Luo and Kipsigis…

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Luanda Magere Site and Grave

Maseno Equator Point

Of all the thirteen (13) countries in the world that the equator passes through, Kenya is one of them. Actually, the equator line almost divides…

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Maseno Equator Point

Ndere Island National Park

Ndere Island is a small island in Winam Gulf of Lake Victoria in Kenya. It was gazetted as the Ndere Island National Reserve in November…

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Ndere Island National Park

Songhor Paleontology Sites

The site is situated in Nyando, Kisumu County. The site was gazetted in 1982. It is 78 acres in area.

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