Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Welcome To NDULA HOMESTAY! A Unique Lakeside Experience...

Ndula Homestay is located in Yala Town, Siaya County, Western Kenya. It is a stone’s throw away from Yala Railway Station along the Kisumu Butere railway line, half a kilometer from Kisumu Busia road, a few minutes’ walk to the scenic river Yala, Ndanu falls, the famous St Marys Secondary School, Yala and the Odera Kango University Campus.

It is about 35 minutes’ drive from the Kisumu International Airport and 20 minutes’ drive to Kogelo village, the ancestral home of the father of Barack Obama, the President of the United States of America.


The facility comprises a blend of traditional and modern living, within a radius of 200 metres. The modern facility has a tastefully furnished living room, dining room and three bedrooms-one of them master ensuite, well equipped kitchen, three roomed guest house, a gazebo and guard house. 

It is connected to DSTV with a large TV screen and standby generator. The traditional homestay consists of upgraded traditional farm cottages within a setting of planted trees, banana plantation, a greenhouse and cow shed for dairy cows.


While at Ndula Homestay, you will be able to visit and savour the picturesque meandering of river Yala, the awesome Ndanu falls, local cuisine of 'kuon gi rech' and traditional vegetables and tour the Obama ancestral home, Kit Mikayi, Lake Victoria, Kakamega rainforest to watch beautiful species of butterflies, the weeping stones of Kakamega, just to mention but a few. 

Of course you will at the same time be able to mingle with the local community and melt into their daily cultural experience during the planting and harvesting seasons, market days and other social activities.

For more information and bookings Please Contact

Mauirce Abuom
Kenya Community Based Tourism NetworkTel: +254 20 231 9458
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