Friday, October 30, 2020

Sibiloi National Park

Sibiloi National Park is 900 km North of Nairobi. It covers an area of 1570 km2 ,some 40 kilometers from the Kenya/Ethiopia border. Declared a National Park in 1973 is home to the world-famous Koobi Fora region, which contains some of the most important paleontological and archaeological sites in the world, as well as stunningly beautiful and interesting wildlife this justifies its status.

Sibiloi is a must-see! We welcome you for a visit to the “Cradle of Mankind. The unique biodiversity surrounding Lake Turkana is worth a look. The lakeshore provides important refuge to increasingly threatened crocodile and soft-shelled turtle populations, and serves as an important breeding ground for crocodiles, many different fish species and water birds. The combination of wildlife and prehistory makes Sibiloi National Park unique in East Africa and has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
This was undertaken primarily to ensure the long-term protection of the many important fossil sites in the area but also to conserve the rare fauna and flora endemic to area. Sibiloi National Park and Lake Turkana lies at an approximate altitude of 375 meters (1246 feet) above sea level. The wildlife includes rare dry country large mammals such as Grevy zebra, gerenuk Beisa Orylx and oryx the rare lesser kudu. Carnivores include the striped and spotted hyena.
Jarigole Pillar Site, Sibiloi Fossil Forest. Karsa Waterhole.Hasuma Forest Bird WalkKoobi Fora Spit, Fish Nest Walking Tour,Karari Archeological Sites

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