In 1997, Sibiloi National Park became a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part of Lake Turkana National Parks. Sibiloi National Park, popularly referred to as "Cradle of Mankind" protects fossils' sites of a human skull, petrified forest, elephant fossil and the shell and limb bones of a giant tortoise.
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Sibiloi Park has 3 gates namely; Karsa gate, Alia bay and Koobi Fora.
These can be accessed by road with a 4WD or by air. The closes airstrips are Lodwar, Marsabit and Loiyangalani.
From Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, Sibiloi park is a three day drive if you're going through Marsabit and North Horr, or Maralal and South Horr. The alternative route is to travel by road from Nairobi to Kalokol on the lake’s western shores, which goes thrugh Kitale and Lodwar. From Kalokol, you can hire a boat to get across the lake to Aliabay.