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We arrived late in the day to what appeared to be an abandoned camp. All the buildings were falling apart. There were rusty old swings and climbing frames and all sorts of broken sheds and piles of junk. Suddenly George appeared and welcomed us and...More
we booked a night at another camp but our driver brought us here even if i knew the place was not that good. showers were cold, dirty and full of every types of mosquitos, there is nothing around, we camped and beware of mosquitos everywhere....More
Ok , we were on a tight budget as part of a teacher exchange! but without doubt Nisar and his staff excelled this time. For parts of our touring we were treated to 2 days on the Masai Mara and saw the most amazing sights...More
A cool place sweet for picnics and weekend rest. They stock a variety of drinks, expensive though. the beach is covered with lots of hyacinth so fishing is not possible at the moment . They sell good fresh fish from the ponds.
After a looooong ride we arrived at the shores of Lake Victoria at the Kisumu Beach Resort. Although a little run down, the staff was incredibly friendly and attentive and offered us a cold beer in an instant. A well stocked bar, and fresh fish...More