The Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) in northern Tanzania is home to one of the continent’s most unique tourist attractions.
Part of the Serengeti ecosystem – a must-see in Tanzania – The UNESCO World Heritage Site’s 829,200 hectares begin with grasslands fed by zebra and large herds of wildebeest to tranquil lakes and volcanoes. peaks covered with clouds.
The famous Ngorongoro Crater – one of the Seven Wonders of Africa and the feature from which the NCA took its name – is the world’s largest and most inaccessible volcanic area, formed 2 to 3 million years ago. The 30,000 hectare area is home to around 25,000 large animals, including lions, black rhinos and elephants.
Spend the day driving over the crater and stop for a special lunch in the forest. Visitors can also climb Olmoti Volcano, descend into Empakaai Valley (where flamingos flowed into the deep water), or visit Ngorongoro Crater to learn more about Maasai culture.