Introduction to Kisumu City
Kisumu is a City in western Kenya on the shores of Lake Victoria. It has a population of 409, 928 people per the 2009 census.
The city was named Port Florence in 1900 when Florence Preston the wife of the engineer drove the last nail in the last sleeper.
Jomo Kenyatta grounds Kisumu
The Kisumu town clock is located on Oginga Odinga street, the main thoroughfare in the City. It was unveiled on 19 August 1938 by the then governor of Kenya, Sir Robert Brooke Pophan
The Kisumu airport has international status and daily flights to Nairobi and elsewhere
The Kisumu museum is one of the biggest attractions for vistors to Kisumu city
Hippo Point is a 600 acre area famous for viewing spectacular sunsets
The Impala sanctuary in Kisumu is a small wildlife preserve that is home to a herd of impala,hippos, cheetah many reptiles and birds . Additionally, several caged baboons and leopards
Shores of Lake Victoria
Kisumu City as viewed from Lake Victoria
Homes in the Riat area
Aerial view of United mall
Kit Mikayi is a 40m high rock formation located 29km from Kisumu town. "Kit Mikayi" means stone of the first wife.
Kisumu yatch club