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Ngorongoro Crater world’s largest unbroken and unflooded caldera provides a wildlife spectacle. The world’s largest unbroken and unflooded caldera, Ngorongoro Crater provides a wildlife spectacle not to be missed. With a depth of 600 meters and diameter of 19km, it is home to some 30,000 mammals, offering the best opportunities for spotting the “Big 5”: Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Elephant and the endangered Black Rhino.

Ngorongoro Conservation area covers approximately 8,288 sq km, containing vast numbers of herbivores and predators, including cheetahs, jackals, serval cats and Africas densest hyena population. 
Ngorongoro has some of the most magnificent views you will ever experience, from the shimmering Serengeti plains on the western horizon to landscapes ranging from lush rain forest on the crater rim to bush savanna and acacia woodland, not forgetting its main feature, Lake Magadi at the center of the crater floor with it breath taking waters reflecting the silver sky and attracting hundreds of pretty pink flamingos and the regal Yellow-billed Stork. Ngorongoro is a natural paradise in its own right; on that we recommend to any visitor to Tanzania.