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Kenya Historical Tours And Safaris: ‘Cradle Of Mankind’ Kenya Historical Tour.

Kenya is credited as the cradle of mankind since its is here that the remains of the earliest man have been found. Kenya Historical tours and safaris have developed itineraries around the various Kenya archeological sites, Kenya museums and slave caves as well as other significant Kenyan historical landmarks.


Kenya; the cradle of mankind

Kenya-Africa is credited as the cradle of mankind, from where the earliest remains of human bones were discovered by Dr Richard Leakey. Evidence of the earliest, man were discovered at Koobi Fora on the shores of L. Turkana, formerly L. Rudolf.

Kenyan Archeological sites

Other Kenya historical tour and safari hotspot areas that remains and tools (adze) of the human ancestry have been found include Kariandusi and Ololgesailie, archeological sites. All early ancestry artifacts are collected and displayed at National Museum at Nairobi. These archeological sites are also developed into Kenya historical tour tourist attractions.

Rock paintings and art in many caves of Kenya

There are also caves believed to have been shelter of the early man across the country. Rock paintings are evident in such areas as the Mt Elgon Kitgum and Makingeny Caves, Mfangano Island and in Malaba district. The USAID has recently given aid to rehabilitate and preserve these caves.

The slave caves of Shimoni; routes of the slave trade

Other caves at Shimoni have been used as stockade for slaves in transit to major markets in Zanzibar for onward transmission to South America & Europe. These are especially favoured by in the itineraries of Kenya historical tours and safaris.

Mau Mau freedom war and landmarks

Recent colonial war between the Mau Mau freedom fighters is also evident. Bombings of the Mau Mau that created lakes can be seen at Aberdares forest and Buffalo Springs Reserve. Accommodation for Kenya historical tourists is arranged in towns closest to such sites.

Where to find the fossils and historical evidence

The National Museums of Kenya and Kenya National archives have impressive collections of the fossils, artifacts and insignia of the different historical eras in the region. They can be seen in the many local museums like the Fort Jesus, Nairobi Museum, Kitale, Kisumu, and rock paintings in Mt. Elgon, Malaba and Mfangano Island and many other Kenya Historical tours archeological sites.

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  • 1. Kenya Archaeological safaris special offer 2011Kenya Historical Tours And Safaris: ‘Cradle Of Mankind’ Kenya Historical TourKenya is credited as the cradle of mankind since its is here that the remains of the earliestman have been found. Kenya Historical tours and safaris have developed itinerariesaround the various Kenya archeological sites, Kenya museums and slave caves as well asother significant Kenyan historical landmarks.Kenya; the cradle of mankindKenya-Africa is credited as the cradle of mankind, from where the earliest remains ofhuman bones were discovered by Dr Richard Leakey. Evidence of the earliest, man werediscovered at Koobi Fora on the shores of L. Turkana, formerly L. Rudolf.Kenyan Archeological sitesOther Kenya historical tour and safari hotspot areas that remains and tools (adze) of thehuman ancestry have been found include Kariandusi and Ololgesailie, archeological sites.All early ancestry artifacts are collected and displayed at National Museum at Nairobi.These archeological sites are also developed into Kenya historical tour tourist attractions.Rock paintings and art in many caves of Kenya
  • 2. There are also caves believed to have been shelter of the early man across the country.Rock paintings are evident in such areas as the Mt Elgon Kitgum and Makingeny Caves,Mfangano Island and in Malaba district. The USAID has recently given aid to rehabilitateand preserve these caves.The slave caves of Shimoni; routes of the slave tradeOther caves at Shimoni have been used as stockade for slaves in transit to major marketsin Zanzibar for onward transmission to South America & Europe. These are especiallyfavoured by in the itineraries of Kenya historical tours and safaris.Mau Mau freedom war and landmarksRecent colonial war between the Mau Mau freedom fighters is also evident. Bombings ofthe Mau Mau that created lakes can be seen at Aberdares forest and Buffalo SpringsReserve. Accommodation for Kenya historical tourists is arranged in towns closest tosuch sites.Where to find the fossils and historical evidenceThe National Museums of Kenya and Kenya National archives have impressivecollections of the fossils, artifacts and insignia of the different historical eras in theregion. They can be seen in the many local museums like the Fort Jesus, NairobiMuseum, Kitale, Kisumu, and rock paintings in Mt. Elgon, Malaba and Mfangano Islandand many other Kenya Historical tours archeological sites.Kenya Archaeological safarisKenya Archaeology field trips,archaeological safaris to field schools for anyone withan interest in Archaeology from Archaeologists, researchers, students and enthusiasts.
  • 3. We provide information & are specialists in Pre-history, Megalithic monuments &Rock-Art,palaentology club in National museums.Kenya Archaeological safaris,Combining Wildlife Safaris,Birding,Culture and Prehistoric Safaris In Kenya and Tanzania For paleontological and archaeologicalfindingsThis is the ideal past of the pre-history and archaeological findings where East Africa isknown the cradle of mankind. From the findings of Louis and Mary Leaky andexcavations done we have a 14 days itinerary that takes you to all Kenya pre history andarchaeological sites, monuments and museums ranging from human to animalArchaeology field trips Stone Age Tours and Safaris for archaeologists, students,enthusiasts,researchers. Archaeology Safaris organises field tripsArchaeology field trips in Kenya for anyone who wants to learn more about our ancientpast.Enjoy the experience of exploring the settlement areas, burial monuments and rituallandscapesof our ancient ancestors.Experience the cradle on Mankind In East Africa archaeological findingsKenya pre history and archaeological sites, monuments and museums whereArchaelogical findings and excavations we done
  • 4. East Africa Archaeology Safari / Archaeological SafariThe safari helps participants to exchange information enlightening on this Africa’spriceless and irreplaceable prehistoric heritage. A visit to the PALEONTOLOGYdepartment in the National Museums of Kenya is a must where findings, documentationsand hominid fossils are exhibited.“OLD IS GOLD AND EXPERIENCE AND CONSTRUCTIVE IDEAS AREATTACHED TO OLD AGE.”Your guides are paleontologists who have been involved in day to day findings, research,fossil hunters and have travelled bringing with them a world and wealthy experience inthis human race.ItineraryEAST AFRICAN ARCHAELOGICAL EXPERIENCEDay 1.Arrival in Nairobi by international flight. Met by our representative andtransferredto your hotel for check-in and overnight stay at the Nairobi Safari Club Hotel.
  • 5. DAY 2:After breakfast, Have a guided visit of the Nairobi National Museum with theDirector of the Archaeological department, followed by a discussion (questions andanswers). Depart forLake Magadi where you will visit the Olergesaille archaeological site. Picnic lunch.Evening transfer to Naivasha for check-in, dinner and overnight stay at the LakeNaivasha Country Club.DAY 3:After breakfast, depart for the Masai Mara Game Reserve via Narok. Check-inand lunch at the lodge. Afternoon game drive in the reserve that is famous for its largeconcentration of wildlife as well as bird life. It is the Natural prolongation of SerengetiNational Park in Tanzania. Dinner and overnight stay at the Mara Sopa lodge.DAY 4:Full day spent at the Mara with morning and afternoon game drives. All mealsand overnight stay at the Sopa Lodge.DAY 5:After breakfast, depart for Lake Nakuru National Park with a visit to the HyraxHill Neolithic site en-route. Check-in and late lunch at the lodge. Afternoon game drivein the park that is famous for its large concentration of pink flamingoes and other birdlife. It is Kenya’s first Rhino sanctuary for both the black and the white species. Dinnerand overnight stay at the Lake Nakuru lodge.DAY 6:After breakfast, depart for Kabarnet. Visit the archaeological site where theyexcavated the Millenium Man and also the Kabarnet Museum. Picnic lunch. Evening,transferred to the hotel for check-in, dinner and overnight stay at the Kabernet Hotel.DAY 7:After breakfast, depart for Baringo. Check-in and lunch at the Lake BogoriaHotel. Afternoon visit to the Lake Bogoria National Reserve. Dinner and overnight stayat the hotel.DAY 8: After breakfast, depart for Nairobi. Check-in, dinner and overnight stay at theNairobi Safari Club .DAY 9:After breakfast, depart for Arusha, Tanzania. Customs and immigrationsformalities at the Namanga border. Met by our Tanzanian representatives andtransferred to Mountain Village Hotel for lunch. Afternoon depart for Lake ManyaraNational Park. Visit the Mto wa Mbu village. You will have the occasion of meeting withthe villagers, visiting a kindergaten, a church and also learn the traditional methods ofcultivation. Transferred to the lodge for check-in, dinner and overnight stay at the LakeManyara Serena Lodge.DAY 10:After breakfast, go for a morning game drive in the Park and around LakeManyara. Return to the lodge for lunch and then depart for Serengeti. Check-in, dinnerand overnight stay at the Serengeti Sopa Lodge.
  • 6. DAY 11 AND 12.Two full days at Serengeti National Park with morning and afternoongame drives plus visit to Serengeti Center, a museum that concentrates on the historyand ecosystem of this region. All meals and overnight stay at the Serengeti Sopa Lodge.DAY 13.After breakfast, depart for the Olduvai archaeological site. Visit of the museumand the excavation site. Picnic lunch and depart for Ngorongoro. Check-in, dinner andovernight stay at the Ngorongoro Sopa lodge.DAY 14After breakfast, depart for a full day crater tour using 4 x4 vehicles. Picniclunch. Evening, transferred back to the lodge for dinner and overnight stayDAY 15:After breakfast, depart for Arusha. Lunch will be at Arusharestaurant.Aftrernoon board shuttle transfer to Nairobi to get your flight back home.Package Includes :--Transport inclusive of fuel.-Service of an English speaking driver guide.-Park Fees/ Permits where applicable.-Accommodation based on fullboard.Package Excludes :--Extras i.e Laundry, telephone calls, drinks etc-Tips to driver guides and porters.-Air transport and applicable departure taxes.-Visa.Note: Individual and discounted group rates also available on request
  • 7. EYES ON NATURE EXPEDITIONSCOMMERCE HOUSE 3RD FLOOR, SUITE 311, MOI AVENUE, NAIROBI.P.O. BOX 79456-00200 NAIROBI, KENYATELE FAX: +254-20-2229781,Cellphone: +254-722-761587, +254-734-939308Website: www.eyesonnatureexpeditions.comEMAIL: info@eyesonnatureexpeditions.com