Rusinga Island lies in the eastern part of Lake Victoria at the mouth of the Winam
Gulf. It is widely known for its fossil beds of extinct Miocene mammals, dated to
18 million years. Pleistocene mammal fossils, including an extinct antelope known
nowhere else, are also commonly found on the edges of the island.
In Rusinga island one also finds remnants of a volcanic eruption which make up the
Kisingiri Hills on the mainland opposite Rusinga (this is the frozen magma in its
vent), the semicircular Rangwa mountain range ( remnants of the cone) and the islands
of Rusinga and neighboring Mfangano Island.
Hotels and Lodges around Kiambu
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