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If you are looking for the best Historical Site to learn about our how the generation grew from Australopithecus to a human being today, Oduvai is the place.
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Located in the Great Rift Valley, Olduvai Gorge is a must for those interested in understanding the early origins of humankind. As an anthropologist, visiting Olduvai Gorge was one of those must do trips on my bucket list. It was the main reason for visiting...More
This museum is very interesting and when you look at the gorge you wonder how anyone got there and found remains in the first place. The museum is well planned and you need a good 2 hours to do it justice. Lots of interesting info...More
This was one of my favorite places to visit when I was on safari. The museum was wonderful, great exhibits and displays. Very nice amphitheater overlooking the gorge and you can get museum guides to talk about the place. I was awed by the age...More
The historical significance makes this a must-do stop worthy of an hour. Driving back into the gorge and visiting the site of the original Leakey camp gives one an appreciation for the painstaking mind-numbingly tedious work required to excavate foot after foot of the gorge...More
I think the answer is that you have to prearrange going down into the gorge. Most visitors are limited to the museum that is at the top of the gorge, this is typically what is included with Safaris However, I think it is... More
I think the answer is that you have to prearrange going down into the gorge. Most visitors are limited to the museum that is at the top of the gorge, this is typically what is included with Safaris However, I think it is possible to prearrange a trip into gorge but you have to use a guide from the site. See ngorongorocrater . org and look up oldupai. It indicates..."Special archaeological tours guided by the Department of Antiquities personnel are available and include the remarkable Shifting Sands."