Ngorongoro Crater


Ngorongoro Crater is a World heritage, the jewel in its crown is a deep, volcanic crater. It is the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across, 600 meters deep and 300 sq kms in area, Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder. Moreover, it is one of Tanzania’s most spectacular places to spot wild animals,it has the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa.

What to Expect

The Serengeti National park is an African Paradise and one of the seven natural wonders of Africa and the World. World legacy site, man and biosphere reserve. Visiting this park will grant you awe-inspiring of its unique biodiversity and physical appearance from plains to rolling hills, valleys, water bodies, and mountains. Serengeti is a unique place that tourists can visit, mostly for its genuine nature, cultural value, historical significance, and natural beauty.

Season & Climate

Conditions at Ngorongoro differ contingent upon the elevation. Higher up, in the cavity itself, it can get very cold during the evening, especially upon the edge. Yet, down in the more prominent protection zone, it remains very warm. During the zone’s Dry season (June to October) there’s scarcely a cloud in the sky. In the Wet season (November to May) you’ll go up against two times of downpours isolated by a concise drought.

How to Get There

Most guests to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area go through the local entryway of Arusha, which can be effectively gotten to by means of residential exchange from Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) in Dar es Salaam. From Arusha Airport (ARK), it’s a three-hour drive to the conservation region.

Ngorongoro Activities

  • Walking safaris
  • Trekking safari
  • Visit Archaeological site
  • Cultural tours
  • Bush dinners