Particularly the Turkana Basin, where significant archaeological finds, including Turkana Boy (Homo erectus) and the world’s oldest stone tools at Lomekwi, provide a unique window into early human technological and cultural development.
Uncover the origins of humankind at Koobi Fora, where you’ll walk through ancient landscapes, unearth millennia-old fossils, and early humanity in the heart of Africa.
Meet Turkana Boy, also known as Nariokotome Boy, the 1.6-million-year-old nearly complete skeleton of a Homo erectus youth.
Immerse yourself in the culture of the Gabbra people, known for their resilience and adaptation to desert life.
Enjoy an evening of cultural exchange, featuring traditional music, dance, and storytelling.
Not sure what to do? Here is our suggested guide designed to help travellers organize their journey with recommended experiences in the Chalbi Desert.