Ngorongoro Crater

Located adjacent to the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater has a uniquely other-worldly feel. Home to approximately 25,000 animals, mostly hoofed species, the crater’s more significant wildlife includes the Black rhinoceros, cheetah, wild dog and leopard.
The view from the rim is a photographers’ dream, offering incredible panoramic vistas. Located within the wider Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the 600 meter-deep crater was created by a now extinct volcano.

Dar Es Salaam to Nairobi 10 Days Tour price: R 13,000

Masai Mara Warriors
Drama unfolds daily in the Serengeti as a multitude of antelope and other prey animals are pursued by predators. Its neighbouring site, the Ngorongoro Crater, is a beauty to behold and a World Heritage Site that serves as one of the most important refuges for wildlife in Africa. In Northern Tanzania the red-robed Masai people walk the plains with their cattle as they have done daily for centuries, while the coast and Zanzibar await the traveller in search of culture and adventure. Stone Town’s tangle of narrow ancient alleyways makes it a fascination, while a short trip north leads to dazzling white beaches and unique accommodations. These attractions, and more, await those who set out on this brief but exciting beach and bush combination tour!
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