Ngorongoro Crater



The Ngorongoro crater is one of the world’s largest inactive caldera and a World Heritage Site. The crater floor covers about 260 square kilometers and about 600 meters deep. Due to the collapse of an active volcano over 2 million years ago, the Ngorongoro crater was formed.

It’s one of the must do tourist parks in Northern Tanzania. Guests enjoy game drive on the crater floor where numerous animal species such as lions, giraffes, leopards and different species of antelopes can be spotted. It’s also the home to the endangered black rhino.  At the centre of the crater we also have a soda lake Magadi which attracts flocks of flamingos and other bird species. The great scenic nature of the crater makes it an attractive stop to the tourists either enroute to Serengeti or touring the other northern parks such as Lake Manyara and Tarangire.