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Kondoa Irangi rock Art paintings Kolo village

Now, road from Tarangire or Arusha to Kondoa Irangi is tarmac and smooth drive to Kolo village hence takes short time. This is UNESCO World heritage, located on the eastern slopes of the Masai escarpment bordering the Great Rift Valley are natural rock shelters. During Tanzania wildlife safari, Maasai cultural tourism is famous, while Kondoa Irangi art rock painting is unique place recognized by UNESCO.

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Rock art paintings are located in Kolo village in Kondoa District, Dodoma. Kolo Village is located between Babati and Dodoma on great North road Africa. Kolo village is located about 250km SouthWest of Arusha or if you are on safari circuit, it is easier to include historical cultural travel to your safari itinerary, hence it is nearby to if you go there from Tarangire National Park. Tarangire to Kondoa Irangi art rock painting distance is about an hour drive.

In the village of Kolo, lies at the centre of one of the most impressive collections of ancient rock art, Kondoa irangi rock art painting are among Africa UNESCO World Heritage Sites. More World heritage sites to visit in Tanzania are Serengeti National park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Mount Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar Island. Things to do at these tourist attractions include leisure tours, vacation safaris, adventures and beach holidays. Climbing mount Kilimanjaro trips, wildlife safaris Ngorongoro Crater, wildebeest migration Serengeti, nature trekking Olmoti crater Ngorongoro, day hike Marangu Maundi crater, coral reef diving Zanzibar island and beach holidays Zanzibar.

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Historical and cultural centre Kondoa Irangi Rock Paintings are a series of rock caves carved into the side of a hill looking out over the steppe land. The caves contain art paintings, of ancient people believed to date back more than 1500 years.