A picture is worth a thousand words, but the rock art of Kakapel tell a story worth several thousand years. The rock art found in Kakapel in Teso land, Busia is believed to have been the work of the Abita/ Twa hunter gatherers during the historical migration period.

Kakapel provides a perfect destination for those looking for hard and soft adventures that are both educative and thrilling. Days can be spent marveling at rock paintings, or exploring caves, or visiting the Kakapel National Monument, which is surprisingly the only rock site in Kenya gazette as a national monument.

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Prepared by EK Community Programs Team.

programs@ecotourismkenya.org

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