ngorongoro-crater-wildlifeNgorongoro Crater is a volcanic crater situated within Ngorongoro Conservation Area highland with high concentration of wildlife species

Named the Eden of Africa Ngorongoro Crater is a World Heritage Site covering an area of approximately 300sq km then 21km long, 19km wide and 610m deep. The crater is richest grazing grounds sustaining high density of wildlife species.

Ngorongoro crater walls covered with dense forest and crater floor covered with a diverse range of habitats encompassing open grassland, forest and wetlands include mashes, swamps and lake. The crater is unique place to see black rhino and some of largest elephants. Others include lion, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, hyena, hippos, serval cat, cheetah, jackal, gazelle, flamingoes and other bird species.