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5 Days
Availability : 2018 - 2020
Nairobi Kenya
Nairobi Kenya
Min Age : 15
Max People : 12

Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari is considered to be the most incredible in Africa. Kenya Historical and Archaeological sites have contributed significantly in our understanding of our human origins.

Sibiloi National Park in Kenya stands on the edge of the largest desert lake in the world, Lake Turkana. The park is a World Heritage Site and known as The Cradle of Humankind due to its unique fossil and archaeological significance.

Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari in Sibiloi is for those who wants to explore the origin of Mankind in Africa. Visitors with a pioneering spirit and a yearning for the road less traveled will find their ideas of life in Africa transformed after spending time in Sibiloi.

The Cradle of Humankind

The Sibiloi National Park was created to protect the fairly recently found fossil sites, that have contributed more to our understanding of human evolution than any other area on the planet so far.

The Koobi Fora Region is the center of archaeological and geological interest. The movements of the earth, human origins and mammalian evolution over the last 4 million years have been documented and studied at many sites, but the most exciting part is that there is still a massive land area with fossil exposures that has yet to be explored.

Safari options include a guided fly-in tour or 4×4 Toyota land cruiser on a rough terrain through the northern frontier. Any type of expedition should be well equipped, self-sufficient and conducted by experienced guides.

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Over the last 30 years, a Petrified Forest has been discovered and thousands of fossils brought to light, including more than 300 hominid specimens plus the remains of a giant Crocodile, Tortoise and elephant. Dr Richard Leakey unearthed an ancient skull of an early human at this site and since then Sibiloi and the Turkana Basin have been the center of scientific study and research.


The park is extremely hot and arid, yet it protects a range of wildlife that is astounding in its own right. Animals that can live in arid conditions, such as Grevy Zebra, Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk and greater Kudu, are present in the park. Other species include a comprehensive range of predators namely Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Striped and Spotted Hyena, Jackal and Caracal to name a few. Central Island is a major breeding ground for Nile crocodile.

Departure & Return Location

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

8:00 am

Price Includes

  • Domestic Air fares to Sibiloi
  • 4 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Transportation at destination

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees


  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect on Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari
Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari, Archaeological sites

Bird life is prolific with more than 300 species recorded around Lake Turkana. This number is increased during the summer months when migrant species arrive. The alkaline lake is not suitable for many species, but Flamingos and Pelicans love the algae in the water and the salty environment. A variety of water birds including African Skimmers, Herons and Gulls can be spotted on the shoreline and the park is also home to local species such as the Crested Lark and kori Bustard.

  • Sibiloi Mountain at Alia Bay
  • Koobi Fora, home of fossil Skeletons
  • Karari Escarpment - for excavations sites that is more than a million years old
  • Nature walks in the Forest and along the Koobi Fora spit.
  • Transport is by Chattered Small aircraft
Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari Itinerary
Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari, Archaeological sites

Day 1 Arrive in Nairobi

Arrive at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in the evening, where you will be met by the warm, smiling face of your private guide and transfer you to the Serena hotel or similor for overnight stay. Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 2Nairobi - Lake Turkana

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Wilson Airport, where you will take a scheduled flight to Lake Turkana Koobi fora National Park for your archeological study for the next few days.

Day 3 Lake Turkana

Lake Turkana, with its fascinating color changes due to algae growth and the shifting winds changing colors from grey to blue to jade. The world largest permanent desert lake in Africa

Day 4 Lake Turkana

Spend the whole day in Lake Turrkana doing the work.

Day 5 Lake Turkana - Nairobi

After breakfast, fly back to Nairobi

Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari, Archaeological sites
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Archeology Kenya Adventure Safari, Archaeological sites