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Bondo Travellers Hostel & Hotel is providing pocket friendly and affordable budget accommodation for locals/international travellers and university students looking for secure and comfortable stay in Bondo.
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We are Located in Bondo Town on Bondo-Ukwala Road 400 Meters from Bondo township and our physical location is ideal for travellers who has business to undertake within and around Bondo town.
We will help you with good advice on how to plan a budget friendly but high quality journey of unforgettable experiences nothing beats bondo travellers hostel & hotel travel partners with African Home Adventure Safaris, Enchoro Wildlife Camp Masai Mara and Kenya Voluntary and Community Development Project.
Travel with Professionals who mind about your comfort, safety, budget and welfare. Please click on any of the links provided above to choose a package of your choice we hope that you will experience and
discover something that every traveller to Kenya or Tanzania will experience as a break away holiday in Kenya and best of Africa safari destinations.
We believe that we are Kenya’s best travel specialist with extensive knowledge and passion for the country as well as a vast network of staff and a well-established travel partnership across Kenya and Tanzania.
With this experience and professionalism at our finger tips we are well placed to tailor make your holiday trip in Kenya, Africa.
Our dedicated team can prepare an itinerary that best suit your travel wishes you name it and we do it just for you!
Karibu Kenya! Welcome to Kenya a beautiful land full of adventure, wildlife and a rich culture.
Tours & Attractions
We offer a wide range of exciting products including sightseeing tours, which are escorted by professional guides whose expertise will ensure you have fantastic day out!
In this section you find some of the safari adventure activities and places to see & things to do
Tours, Attractions & Siteseeing Activities
Kanam Prehistoric site
This site is on the shores of Lake Victoria on Homa peninsula near the Homa Mountain. Louis Leakey’s expedition in 1932 discovered a fossil human mandible and Pleistocene fauna including prehistoric stone tools. Recent finds are paleontological bones dating between 1 and 6 million years ago.
Kanjera Prehistoric site and Kanjera hot springs (Bala Rawi).
These hot salty springs where eggs can be boiled is where Doctor Louis Leakey in 1932 found cranial and funeral fragments of hominids. These were estimated to be 500 years old. Local people collect salt from the evaporated salt water.
The Kisumu Impala Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary is on the shores of Lake Victoria, is a meager but interesting one- square-kilometre wildlife sanctuary. It is home to the last herds of impala that were once around town and a white rhino and zebras. A few hippos frequent it at night including pythons and monitor lizards. There are several caged baboons and leopards rescued from human-wildlife conflict areas. Over 115 different species of birds have been recorded here. lt is 3km from Kisumu city. What to look out for: White rhino, the threatened sitatunga, a semi—aquatic antelope that lives in the reeds, impala, caged animals like baboons, leopard, cheetah and lions.
The Kisumu Museum
The Museum has the largest exhibition of the UNESCO-sponsored ‘Ber-gi-dala’ or a Luo traditional homestead. The museum buildings are set to look like a Luo homestead replicating the culture of the area with the museums main gallery facing the entrance like a typical Luo household. It is a few kilometres from town.
The Kit Mikayi
Kit Mikayi a large rocky outcrop with three towering rocks. It is off the Kisumu-Bondo Road. Kit-mikayi means “Stones of the first wife” in Dholuo, the Luo language. It is believed that Mikayi (”the first wife”) went up the hill to the stones when her husband took a second wife. She has been weeping ever since.
Many young people have not yet realized that travel and adventure is not only for the old, retired or rich people. Due to this, Kenya Youth Hostels Associations has come up with different budget travel programs that suites each young traveller. These will not only be organized as we have already described in our website but shall be tailored to meet independent or group Expectations.