Pick up from your hotel/residence and drive to the Ngorongoro Crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation Authority Area boasts the finest blend of landscapes, wildlife, people and archeological sites in Africa. Often called an “African Eden” and ‘eighth natural wonder of the world’, it is also pioneering experiment in multiple land use. For Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the idea of multiple land use means to allow humans and wildlife to coexist in a natural setting. Traditional African pastoralists co-operate with Tanzania’s government bodies to help preserve the natural resources of the area and ensure a fantastic experience for tourists.
The First view of the Ngorongoro Crater takes the breath away. Ngorongoro is a huge caldera (collapsed volcano), 250 sq km in size and 600 m deep. The crater alone has over 20,000 large animals including some of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhino.The rhino emerge from the forests in mists of early morning, and their prehistoric figures make a striking impression, surrounded by the ancient crater walls. No fences or boundaries on the crater walls; animals are free to enter and leave the crater, but many of them stay for the plentiful water and grazing available on the crater floor throughout the year.
Duration:1 day; Price: From $xxxx; Starting Point: Arusha/Moshi Town; Ending Point: Arusha/Moshi Town.