The Kolo Rock Paintings

Our knowledgable guides will help you decipher the elongated people, animals, and hunting scenes in the different locations.

There are three different sites that each represent different ceremonial grounds. One was simply a cave where they decided to record everyday life, such as hunting, evolving from wearing bark to animal fur, developing traps, etc. Another cave was dedicated to ceremonies revolving around successful hunts. The other cave was specifically used for rain prayers.

Your trek to the paintings can be for an afternoon or spend more time treking up for a few days with a donkey and camping gear and get know area in detail.

    This tour includes planting 10 trees with the 2 Woman's Collective in Kolo (Okoa Janga AND Okoa Mazingira)

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