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Ngorongoro National Park

The main focus on this conservation area is Ngorongoro Crater. It was formed after volcano that was previously in its place erupted and collapsed on itself, leaving behind world’s largest intact caldera as we now know it. It is a 12 mile diameter crater with a depth of 610 meters. The wildlife diversity and concentration inside of this crater is probably the greatest. A full day game viewing with game drives is highly recommended. Thing to note, there are no accommodation in the crater, but several outstanding lodges on the Crater rim offer spectacular overviews and are fine staging locations for game drives into the Crater. The campsites located on Crater’s eastern slope also allow easy access to the wildlife. Our luxury camps are generally placed around these locations as bases, and tourists are accommodated in here who come to explore the area.

The magnificent crater being the centerpiece, the surrounding area of Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a stunning wilderness which is as large as the Serengeti. It consists of forested mountains, highlands, other volcanic craters, expansive plains, and swamps which creates a spectacular vista and game viewing. This conservation area is still used by the Maasai people as grazing land for grazing their livestock. Cool temperatures, becoming familiar with the Maasai culture, and fantastic hiking make this area ideal for our walking safaris.