Ngorongoro Conservation Area


The Ngorongoro conservation area in Northern Tanzania is popularly known as the “8th wonder of the world”. It stretches across 8,300 sq. kms bordering the Serengeti National park in the north and the west.
Steeped in history and home to the world famous Ngorongoro Crater, the area is also renowned for Olduvai Gorge; the cradle of mankind, the Ndutu and Masek alkaline rich, soda lakes; all of which are home to rich game populations.

Herds of Zebra and Wildebeest, Lions, and the endangered black rhino are just some of the animals you can expect to see in the Ngorongoro Crater National Park.

The rolling savannah plains, mountainous forests, volcanoes and archeological sites blend to create an ecosystem that is nothing less than awe inspiring throughout the year and ensures that there is never a dull moment to be had while in this park.

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