Ngorongoro conservation area is located 180km from Arusha city in Tanzania. The park is a protected area and a World Heritage Site. The name “ngoro ngoro” is named by the local Masai community from the sound produced by their cowbells. Ngorongoro crater holds the World’s a largest volcanic inactive and unfilled caldera.
This natural wonder of Africa protects the Olduvai Gorge considered to be the earliest discovery of human genus specimens known, Homo habilis as well as Paranthropus boisei. Ngorongoro conservation area is a mult-use and very unique area as it is the only place that protects wildlife while allowing human habitation.
What to See
The park is home to a total of approximate 25,000 large and small different wildlife which includes; Black Rhinoceros, African cape Buffaloes, Hippos, blue Wildebeests, Leopards, Cheetahs, Lions, Flamingos among many others. From the exhilarating wildlife to the panoramic views, Ngorongoro crater is a haven for tourists attraction destination.
Where to Stay
Accommodations comes with every price options from tented camps to luxurious lodges situated inside and and outside of the park.
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