Rusinga Island Lodge is located in one of Africa’s most remote & historical corners, The Lodge nestles on Rusinga Island, in the legendary Lake Victoria- the world’s second largest freshwater lake & destination of many intrepid 19th Century explorers in Western Kenya

Under the current management, the Lodge has undertaken tremendous upgrade to meet the international hospitality standards. The road from Homabay to Rusinga which was previously under construction is now complete with the state of the art tarmac giving guests easy time to drive down to the Lodge.

From the minute you arrive, the Lodge infuses your senses, & you will be drawn in by its infinite beauty & the captivating western culture. Rusinga Lodge can be a family get away, romantic destination, a bush adventure etc. whatever you want to do, that special Rusinga vibe will get under your skin and make a holiday that is comparable to none.

With the recent signing of one of the most qualified and respected Executive Chef, food quality has been enhanced to a level every single traveler will never forget the experience.

Air travellers to the region now have a reason to smile since most airlines have maintained flights to Kisumu International Airport with Kenya’s Low cost airline Fly540 adding a mid-morning flight departing JKIA at 10.30 in the morning in addition to the existing schedules.

Rusinga Island Lodge has won the hearts of many travellers, and this can clearly be demonstrated by the fact that the Lodge was nominated as one of the best Private Island Resorts in Africa by Word Travel Awards – 2015. Our rates have been periodically reviewed to suite the market demands and are therefore very much affordable.

A visit to Rusinga Island Lodge can never be considered complete without indulging in any of the breath taking activities on offer all year round like:
-Boat trips to Bird Islands, Big game fishing for Nile perch as well as spot fishing for tilapia
-Bird watching, visiting local fishing villages, Water sports – skiing, tubing, banana, kayaking
-Walks to archaeological sites where 18 million year-old fossils can be found
-Hikes to see ancient rock art, Mountain bike rides, Bird watching; tilapia fishing from the jetty
-Sun downers on the jetty, Safaris to the nearby Ruma National Park, Swimming in the lake or the pool, fishing, sightseeing, bird watching, and exploring the fossilized Island.

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