The Engaresero foot prints are among the oldest modern human track in the world dating from 120,000 years ago. The foot prints were discovered in 2006 by Koongo Olesakai (a worker of the Engaresero camp) who later reported to Julian Von Mathias (the owner of Engaresero camp). The foot prints are the best preserved track ways of early modern human. Other significances are:
- The rarest Human/ Hominid foot prints in Africa.
- They present multiple individual foot prints from adults to Juvenile.
- They present scientific records of the earliest modern human in bipedalism.