Explore the Olduvai Gorge, known as the “cradle of mankind.” Visit the exact spot where the remains of Zinjanthropus, stone tools and the remains of Homo habilis (“the handy man”) were excavated in 1960. Spend time in the Olduvai Gorge Museum, established by the renowned Leakey family as a place to exhibit their history making paleoanthropological discoveries. Explore the Laetoli Beds and Footprints where hominid footprints have been preserved in volcanic rock for 3.6 million years, representing some of the earliest signs of mankind in the world. Conclude your trip with visits to local Chagga, Wa-arusha and Maasai tribe communities, and game drives in Ngorongoro crater and beyond.
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