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Day 1

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This safari will take approximately 6-7hours of travel from Nairobi and your tour guide cum driver will pick you at 7.30am. The journey is about 360km to Lake Victoria in Kisumu city though the great rift valley where your guide will make a brief stop here for the viewing and some photo opportunity. You will then proceed down the rift valley to Kericho where you will enjoy the view of the expansive tea plantation that disappear into valleys and hills. You will arrive in Kisumu between 1pm and 2pm upon which you will have your lunch. A guide will thereafter take you to an excursion of Dunga fishing village. Dunga Beach is popular for its freshly-caught fish and in just few minutes be served and enjoy a fish dinner by the lake. Dunga fishing village reflects the historical importance of Lake Victoria as a central feature in the lives of the Luo people. You will experience the rich traditions and culture of this tribe that rise early in the morning to fish in lake Victoria. After the tour of the Dunga village, you will go for a boat ride of the lake as you watch the vibrant bird life and a view of the breath taking sunset and thereafter, back to your hotel.

Day 2

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After breakfast you will be taken on a tour of the Impala Park Sanctuary along the shores of lake Victoria. Here you will enjoy game viewing including the big cats, buffalos, giraffes, cheetahs, zebras, impalas, vervet monkeys and over one hundred species of birds. The park also hosts the endangered sitatunga antelope. You will also enjoy nature walks and a glass bottom boat ride. Afterwards, you leave for the Kisumu museum. You will view the displayed and stored information on the culture and natural heritage of the people of nyanza, rift valley and western. You will see the traditional baskets, clothing, fishing gear, agricultural tools and hunting weapons. Also on display, is one of the largest Nile perch ever caught in Kenya. There's a fresh water aquarium that accommodates various species of fish from lake Victoria and the surrounding wetlands. The museum is also home to a three hundred year old large tortoise brought in Kenya in 1930 from Seychelles and a snake pit with species like pythons, black mamba and Gabon wipers. Here, you will also see a crocodile pen that houses the Nile crocodile. Lastly and most importantly , you will see the exhibition of the Luo homestead (Ber-gi- dala) sponsored by UNESCO. It consists of the granary , livestock kraals, homes of his three wives and his oldest son. Your tour will end at 2pm and after lunch the driver will journey you back to Nairobi and to your residence/ hotel.

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