The Ngorongoro Crater is a sight to behold, the world’s largest intact caldera, this phenomenal natural amphitheatre boasts some 250km of plains and lakes, and an estimated 30,000 animals including the endangered black rhino, lion, cheetah and flamingos.
As you begin the long decent into the crater, the abundant wildlife starts to reveal themselves from the mist and thick forest that lines the crater walls. When you reach the crater floor, you see the overwhelming volume and variety of game that have made this former volcano their home. The crater now provides a whole ecosystem, so the animals don’t move or migrate as everything they need is right there. The crater is a majestic site, offering excellent opportunities for close up wildlife photography and game viewing. This is an experience not to be missed.
A true natural wonder
Amazing wildlife photography opportunities
Endangered black rhino
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