- National Reserve
Ndeere National Reserve
- Geographical View Points
The Equator Crossing at Maseno, Kit Mikayi.
- Agricultural Activities
Fishing is largely practised in Kisumu County, evidently due to the presence of Lake Victoria and several tributary rivers. Farming is also practised in
small and large scale portions. The main crops are sugar cane, rice, maize and beans.
- Lakes, Rivers and Waterfalls
- National Museums
Kisumu National Museum.
- Safari Lodges, Camps and Resorts
Hotel Riversand, Royal City Hotel, Mfangano Camp, Takawiri Resort, Lakewood Hotel, Rusinga Lodge, Victoria Comfort Inn, Whirlspring Hotel Kisumu,
The Imperial Hotel Kisumu, The Nyanza Club, Hotel Mamba, Kiboko Bay Lodge and Resort, Sunset Hotel, The Vic Hotel.
- Animal Sanctuaries
Kisumu Impala Sanctuary, Kisumu Bird Sanctuary, Kisumu Hippo Point
- Tourist Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks) and Gardens
There are very many shopping malls including 24-hour services by Nakumatt Supermarkets, Tuskys and the Swan Centre. The City also has an international
airport (Oginga Odinga International Airport), social facilities and recreational grounds. Monetary institutions (banks) available in Kisumi city and
other towns and major trading centres, petrol stations, police stations and posts, learning institutions and medical facilities, Kisumu inland port also available. Curio shops
are available in Kisumu city; where artifacts and jewellery are sold.
- Inland Beaches and Fishing
Fishing is an activity done on large scale in Kisumu County due to the Lake Victoria and the many tributary rivers.
Kisumu is accessible by road, water, air and rail transport. The presence of Lake Victoria has seen many people around the lake region travel
by Sea between Kisumu and Jinja in Uganda and Mwanza in Tanzania. The Oginga Odinga International Airport in Kisumu has seen an increase in the
number of local and international flights use the airport. Kisumu town is also accessible by rail transport; on the line to Kampala, Uganda.