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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Kisumu to Kitale Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Kisumu to Kitale online now.

      Compare and do cheap bus from Kisumu to Kitale bus tickets booking online and travel Kisumu to Kitale by road. Kitale is an agricultural town found in Western Kenya, about 380 kilometers from Nairobi. The town lies between the Mount Elgon and Cherengani Hills. The key cash crops grown in Kitale are tea, sunflower, seed beans, pyrethrum, and seed maize. Here is the idea of how to book bus tickets from Kisumu to Kitale:

      Bus from Kisumu to Kitale Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      Is the Kisumu to Kisii bus the affordable way to get to Kisii from Kisumu?

      The affordable way to get from Kisumu to Kitale is to bus, cheap bus tickets from Kisumu to Kitale which costs $15 – $21 and takes 2h 20m.

      What is the quickest way to get from Kisumu to Kitale?

      The fastest way to get from Kisumu to Kitale is to drive which costs $14 – $25 and takes 1h 20m.

      Is there a direct bus between Kitale and Kisumu?

      No, there is no direct Kisumu to Kitale bus. Anyway, there are services departing from Kisumu. The journey, including transfers, takes about 16h.

      How do I travel from Kisumu to Kitale without a personal vehicle?

      The top way to get from Kisumu to Kitale without a personal vehicle is bus Kisumu to Kitale takes 16h and costs $18 – $38.

      Can I drive from Kisumu to Kitale?

      Yes, the driving distance between Kitale and Kisumu is 160 km. it takes 2h 20m to drive from Kisumu to Kitale.

      Bus Tickets from Kisumu to Kitale Tips

      Kitale is the administrative center of the Trans-Nzoia area, in the Rift valley province. The town was founded in 1908 by white settlers. A brand line of Railway Uganda from Eldoret reach the towns in 1926 promote the growth of the town.

      The National Museum of Western Kenya is placed at Kitale. It is a natural history museum and was actually created by Lt Col. Hugh Stoneham in 1926. Just next to the museum there is a display form with agroforestry practices run by Swedish non-administration organisation known as VI Agrofrestry.