Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Popularly known as the eighth wonder of the world, the Ngorongoro crater covers an area of 259sq.km with 610meter high walls, making it the largest intact crater in the world. Here you find the panoramic view of permanent game. It is the only place where one could easily spot the now most endangered specie, the rhino. Other animals like lions, elephant, zebra, wildebeest and a teaming birdlife are in abundance. One needs a four-wheel drive to get the floor.
The world’s largest intact volcanic caldera, and a shoo-in contender for any global shortlist of natural wonders, not only for its inherent geological magnificence, but also because its verdant floor serves as a quite extraordinary natural sanctuary for some of Africa’s densest large mammal populations.
Attractions:The Crater Highlands which provide some of its finest views and scenery, shifting sands, Oldoinyo Lengai, the only active volcanic mountain, Olduvai Gorge, that house the fossils the earliest living man.
Activities:Game viewing, visits historical sites of Olduvai Gorge, shifting sand hiking