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Kiboko Bay Resort - Kisumu Hotels, Nyanza Hotels and Lodges
Kiboko Bay Resort, Kisumu, Nyanza Hotels and Lodges Kenya (Resort)
Kiboko Bay Resort was founded by Nirmal and Beelay Darbar and officially opened to the public in December, 2004,while gradually increasing the facility to suit the growing needs of the clientele. It was formerly a recreational spot called Dunga Refreshments, Sunset beach, before it was taken up and redesigned by the new management. Achievements The founders have succeeded in creating a beautiful spot by the lake for both local and foreign tourists who now have access to accommodation facilities, conference facilities and group functions. The resort so far has hosted the German, Swedish, Pakistani Ambassadors to Kenya and the Crown Dutch prince, just to name a few. The Minister for Tourism was also hosted during the National Tourism Day held in Kisumu, between 25-27th September, 2006. The resort has a team of 30 well trained staff to handle the needs of the customers. Aims - Create a recreational facility by the lake - Enhance tourism in Nyanza - Use the natural resource, the second largest fresh water lake in the world - Let people enjoy the natural ambiance of the lake
Children: 17 and under
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Kiboko Bay resort is adjacent to Dunga Fishing village. It is situated on an old quarry on the shores of Lake Victoria. It is 10 minutes drive from the city centre and 20minutes drive from the airport. Taxi/cab services are available in the in the city centre and at the airport. For non-resident guests, the resort operates for 18 hrs a day. It opens at 0700h and closes at 2300h in the evening.
Things to do:
Relax by the pool and enjoy the cooling breeze. Walk on the sandy beaches of the bird sanctuary while watching different species of birds in their natural breeding habitat
Experience the breathtaking view of the sun setting atKiboko Bay Resort on the shores of the shimmering waters of Lake Vitoria. Wake up in our luxurious tents to the excited chattering of different birds while watching hippos grazing on the shores of the lake. Take a boat ride and see the beautiful shores and islands of Lake Victoria. Visit the pier and watch the ships dock and have a view of Kisumu City as a whole. Treat yourself to a picnic lunch on the island of your choice. Relax by the pool and enjoy the cooling breeze. For nature lovers, see the indigenous, evergreen Dunga wet lands which have been spared the destruction from human activity. Walk on the sandy beaches of the bird sanctuary while watching different species of birds in their natural breeding habitat. Visit the fishing village and watch how traditional fishing is carried out by local fishermen on the lake. Set foot on Ndere Island (a National Park) and track to the top of the hill for a magnificent view of the Winam Gulf.
By air: Kisumu airport has scheduled services by East Africa Safari Express / Jetlink and Kenya Airways. There are two flights in the morning and two in the evening. From the airport a taxi will take you to Kiboko Bay in 15 minutes. We provide airport pick-up services if arranged in advance. By road: First drive to the center of Kisumu town. Take the road towards Impala Park, the Kisumu Yacht Club and Dunga. It leaves the downtown area from the KCB building and past the Kisumu Hotel (Former Hotel Royale) heading South. Follow this road for about 2 km till you come to a T-junction. Turn right. Now follow the road for about 4 km (past Impala Park and the Kisumu Yacht Club) to a small village. From Impala Park the road is unpaved but drivable in all weather situations. About 300m into the village you'll find (on the right) a road sign. Turn right and you'll find us at the end of the path. Karibu!