Ruma National Park
Ruma National Park covers an area of 120 square km and was created as a reserve in 1966 to protect the only remaining habitat of Roan Antelope.
The park is located in the Lambwe Valley in South Nyanza, some 140 km from Kisumu town. The 120 sq. km park is a mix of rolling savannah, woodlands, rivers and hills. Its main attractions include game viewing, bird watching, hiking, walking and fishing in the rivers.
Game to view includes: Bohor Reedbuck, Rothschild’s Giraffe, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Roan Antelope, oribi, buffalo, leopard, serval cat and hyena, as well as diverse birdlife.