Transit in Kisumu Kenya
Kisumu is served by Kisumu International Airport the third busiest airport in Kenya
and the country's fourth international airport. The airport runaway was extended
in 2011 from 2km to 3.3km giving the airport the capacity to handle large capacity
passenger and cargo aircraft. The airport is set for further expansion estimated
to cost 4.9 billion shillings. This expansion will include the construction of a
parallel taxiway, cargo apron and associated facilities.
Kisumu is also served by ferries seeing as it is part of the many ports situated
in Lake Victoria. Other ports on the lake include; Mwanza, Bukoba, Entebbe, Port
Bell and Jinja.The ferries available are steam- and diesel-powered ships used for
freight and passenger transport between Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya on Lake Victoria.
The common transport around Kisumu and its environs are the matatus (minibuses),
buses which take travelers on long distance journey’s for instance to Nairobi daily,
and taxis are also available to transport people around town and from the airport.
Bicycle, motor bike and tuk tuk taxis are also numerous in Kisumu and are a great
fun way to get around the town.
Hotels and Lodges Around Kisumu
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