Ngorongoro Conservation Area


The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, located in northern Tanzania, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site celebrated for its natural beauty and extraordinary biodiversity. At its heart lies the Ngorongoro Crater, a vast volcanic caldera teeming with wildlife, including lions, elephants, and rhinoceros, making it a prime destination for safari enthusiasts. This unique conservation area allows both human habitation and wildlife preservation, with the Maasai people coexisting alongside the animals. It serves as a model of harmonious coexistence between humans and wildlife, offering a blend of rich cultural experiences and exceptional natural wonders, making it a must-visit location for those seeking to explore the African wilderness while appreciating the importance of conservation and sustainable land management. It is home to amazing wildlife. The endangered black rhinoceros, African buffalo and the hippotamus, the blue wildebeest, the common eland, Thomson’s gazelles, and spotted hyena’s. Also, get to see the great big five. The beautiful Ngorongoro crater, a large volcanic caldera within the area, and diverse landscapes. Enjoy countless exciting activities around the area, for example, small springs, soda lake, swamps.