Why visit the Ngorongoro conservation area?


The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is located in the Crater Highlands Area of Tanzania, and was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Ngorongoro Crater, which is located inside of the conservation area, was also named one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa (along with Kilimanjaro, the Nile River, the Sahara and more sites).

This area is known to have a very wide variety of wild animals, ranging from black rhinos, zebras, leopards, crocodiles, hippos, and many more.  It is therefore the ideal place to visit for a safari, as you can also enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Ngorongoro Crater in which the highest number of lions is present compared to other National Parks in Tanzania.
Other aspects which make this conservation area a very unique one are its convenience, and the fact that it is a geological wonder. Because it is on the way to Serengeti, the area and its crater are visited by many people, but it is also possible to pass through it by vehicle, unlike what most people think. This therefore makes the trip an adventure and a beautiful experience.  The Ngorongoro Crater is also considered to be a geological wonder because it is the world’s largest unflooded volcanic crater. The sight is remarkable, and an opportunity to visit it should not be passed.

Ngorongoro offers close-range viewing opportunities, so tourists have the possibility to see the animals from up close, with the help of a guide. This makes the experience even more unforgettable as you will do more than just sit in the car and look at the animals from far.