Kisumu Day Trips Kisumu City Bicycle Tour If you want to experience the real Kisumu in Kenya then a bicycle tour is the way to go!
Our Kisumu City Bicycle Tour offers spectacular views around every corner to soak up at your leisure, unrestricted access to interesting people of Kisumu as they work and relax in their day-to-day activities.
This is a guided Bicycle tour of the Kisumu Central Business district and its environs. During the tour of Kisumu City on a bicycle you have the choice of ridding the bicycle on your own or be carried by the famous Boda Boda-cyclists.
The Bicycle ride will take you through calm streets where there is less traffic and the length and time you will take on the tour will depend on your interests and the speed of riding.
Before the ride you will get basic safety tips of riding a bicycle on Kisumu roads. We shall also offer you a briefing on the Tourists attractions in Kisumu after which you will get to choose which ones you wish to visit as they all cannot be done in a day.
Kisumu Day Trips Kisumu City Bicycle Tour | Things to Do & See
Dunga Hill Camp
Located at the shores of Lake Victoria. Enjoy boat rides, kayaking, enjoy the lake’s scenery, go out fishing, and watch hippos and the amazing sunsets
Kisumu Impala Sanctuary
Located just a Kilometre from Kisumu CBD; it lies close to Hippo Point and features 3 km of nature trails and a selection of picnic sites. The Sanctuary’s focus is herds of impalas and zebras which roam freely in the sanctuary.
Hippo Point is a 600-acre open viewing area on Lake Victoria. It is better known as a viewing point for its unobstructed sunsets over the lake than for its occasional hippos. Enjoy a boat ride as you check out hippos and birds in their natural habitat.
Set on the shores of the majestic Lake Victoria in Kisumu; Kiboko Bay Resort is a jogging distance from the high street, the Impala Park and the Dunga Fishing Village.
Attractions include the lake sheer expanse, vibrant bird life and splendid sunsets on the waters.
The museum contains numerous pavilions with some containing: Live animals, Numerous aquaria with a variety of fish from lake Victoria, Terrarium containing mambas, spitting cobras and a full-scale recreation of a traditional Luo homestead.
Kibuye is an open air market and one of the biggest not only in Kisumu. Numerous traders have put their shops in this place and you can get almost anything that you want from clothing, shoes, bags, grocery, a hair cut, water, furniture and all that have you.
Moi Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Kisumu, Kenya. It used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Kisumu Telkom. The stadium holds 5,000 people.
Other places of interest include; Kisumu City Centre, Kisumu railway station, Nyanza General Hospital, Kisumu pier (the ships docking bay), Joy land School for the physically disabled, City main bus stand and Kisumu Municipal Market.
Kenyatta Sports Ground and Walter Edwin Owen Park, Lake shore food bandas and the lake shore car wash area and Manyatta Estate with its congested population up to Kondele.
After the tour, you will ride back to your hotel or residence. You can opt to ride by yourself or be carried on a bicycle.
Reservation Terms and Conditions
Tour Languages: English
Skill Level: Any age and basic riding ability
What to Bring: Rain gear, Sun hat, Sunscreen