Boat Racing on Lake Victoria

Engage in exhilarating water sports at Hippo Point, where the thrill of boat racing meets the scenic backdrop of Lake Victoria. These races are often community events, showcasing the traditional boat-building and rowing skills honed by lakeside communities for generations. These races are fueled by fierce competition and community pride. Witness the energy and excitement […]

Kisumu Museum and Snake Park

Dive deep into the rich heritage of Western Kenya at the Kisumu Museum. Explore exhibits showcasing the region’s traditional way of life, from tools and weapons to jewelry and stunning soapstone carvings. You’ll even find a replica of a traditional Luo homestead!

Dunga Hill Camp

For a nature enthusiast or budget-minded traveller visiting Kisumu, Dunga Hill Camp is a fantastic option. The camp boasts unrivalled 360-degree vistas of Lake Victoria and the Kisumu cityscape. Imagine waking up to a breathtaking sunrise over the lake or enjoying a sundowner overlooking the city lights.

Ndere Island National Park

Explore the lush Ndere Island National Park, a haven for wildlife including rare birds and sitatungas, nestled in the serene Lake Victoria. With over 100 species of birds recorded, Ndere Island is a paradise for bird enthusiasts. Look out for African fish eagles, black-headed gonoleks, grey-headed kingfishers, and many more.

Lake Victoria Boat Safari

Spot a variety of animals from the comfort of your boat. Hippos and crocodiles basking on the shores are a common sight. You might also see birds like fish eagles and cormorants soaring overhead. Many boat safaris take you to nearby islands in Lake Victoria, such as the Ssese Islands in Uganda or Rubondo Island […]

Kibuye Market

Kibuye Market is a bustling hub where people buy and sell everything from fresh produce and spices to clothing and crafts. It’s a fantastic opportunity to experience authentic Lakeside culture and daily life. The market is a sensory overload in the best way possible. Be captivated by the sights of colorful stalls overflowing with goods, […]

The Beads Museum

Culture meets adventure with this tour of local crafts supporting the community of Maasai women.
The Beads Museum – located near Sekenani gate of Maasai Mara – displays a unique art of beaded artefacts: very aesthetic and colourful. The friendly and knowledgeable guides are happy to take you through the experience, even giving you a chance to make your own. The museum is the heart of Beats Of Beads Art Centre, where Maasai women are engaged in beading and can earn their money independently through their craft.

Bike Trips

The world-renowned Maasai Mara Game Reserve and surrounding areas have recently introduced cycling tours in Kenya. Home to the BIG 5 and the great Wildebeest Migration, cyclists can enjoy amazing views. The cycling trips can be custom-tailored for all ages 12 years and up. Days can start with as little as 40km per day to 120+km, there’s no shortage of trails and terrain to experience.

Horse riding

Horse riding in the Maasai Mara offers a unique and exhilarating way to explore the iconic African savannah. This is a unique way to experience the Mara like old-school explorers. Without the hum of the safari vehicle, it is an invigorating way to explore the vast landscape. Horseback riding safaris offer the opportunity to encounter wildlife up close, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and other iconic African animals. Riders may also have the chance to spot predators such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs from a safe distance. Horse riding safaris cater to riders of all experience levels, from beginners to experienced equestrians. Some operators offer shorter rides suitable for novices, while others provide multi-day expeditions for more experienced riders.