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      Cheap Bus from Nairobi to Kisumu Online Booking

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

      Cheap bus from Nairobi to Kisumu bus booking is now easy online. Kisumu is a city port of Kenyan on Lake Victoria. It is famous for lakeside viewpoints at Hippo Point and Dunga Hill Camp. The Kisumu Impala Sanctuary shelters herds of zebras and impalas. So, book your discounted bus tickets from Nairobi to Kisumu online now.

      Bus Tickets from Nairobi to Kisumu Bus Online Booking, Fare & Schedule FAQs

      What is the affordable way to get from Nairobi to Kisumu?

      The affordable way to get from Nairobi to Kisumu by bus. Bus fare from Nairobi to Kisumu $5 – $17 and takes 7h 25m.

      Is there a direct bus Nairobi to Kisumu service?

      Yes, there is a direct bus from Nairobi to Kisumu. Services depart 5 times a day, and run every day. The journey takes about 7h 30m.

      What is the travel distance of Nairobi to Kisumu by bus?

      The travel distance of Nairobi to Kisumu is 264 km.

      Where do I take the Nairobi to Kisumu bus from?

      Bus tickets from Nairobi to Kisumu, run by Easy Coach, Praxigon Coach, Modern Coach or ENA Coach.

      Fly or bus from Nairobi to Kisumu?

      The top way to get from Nairobi to Kisumu is to fly which takes 1h 5m and costs $100 – $170. Alternatively, you can bus Nairobi to Kisumu, which costs $5 – $18 and takes 7h 30m.

      Bus from Nairobi to Kisumu Tips

      Here are some of the best attractions.

      Kisumu Museum

      Placed on the Kisumu-Kericho Road is Kisumu Museum that opened its doors to the public in 1980 April. The key attractions here are local lifestyles and big range of cultures of western Kenya, including the group of people of real clothing styles, pottery, basket weaving, fishing styles and weaponry.

      Kisumu Impala Sanctuary

      Placed 1 kilometers from the city’s Central Business area, Kisumu impala Sanctuary is a thirty-eight hectare little paradise that was created as a safe haven for impalas within Kisumu and its neighborhood.

      But the Sanctuary cares for more than only Impalas. It is a one-stop shop for guests who want to view some of the big cats at a near range. It boasts of several leopards, lions, jackals and hyenas. This might be one of the few locations in Kenya where one can still views the endangered cat.