Ngorongoro Crater: Unearth Africa’s Natural Paradise
The Eighth Wonder of the World
Ngorongoro Crater is often referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. Formed from a volcano that erupted and collapsed in on itself, the crater boasts of a natural amphitheater spanning over 100 square miles. It serves as a home to approximately 30,000 animals, making it one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in Africa.
Wildlife and Safari Experience
Nature’s Grand Stage
Ngorongoro Crater is nature’s grand stage. Here, you can witness the breathtaking wildlife spectacle of Africa in its purest form. From prowling lions, trotting elephants, and elusive rhinos to the fluttering flamingos that adorn the alkaline lake, you’re guaranteed an unrivalled safari experience.
The Heartbeat of the Maasai Tribe
Immerse yourself in the Maasai tribe’s rich culture that beats in the heart of Ngorongoro Crater. Participate in traditional dances, learn about their unique customs, and understand their harmonious coexistence with wildlife.
Accommodation and Facilities
Luxury Amidst the Wild
Rest in luxury lodges strategically positioned on the crater rim offering breathtaking views of the expansive crater floor. Their world-class facilities and services ensure your African adventure is complemented by comfort and indulgence.
Adventure and Activities
Beyond the Wildlife: Adventures Galore
Apart from wildlife safaris, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area offers a plethora of activities such as bird watching, walking safaris, archaeological treks to Olduvai Gorge, and visits to Laetoli footprint trails. It’s a chance to explore Africa’s past and present, all in one exciting locale.