Ngorongoro is located some 190km west of Arusha , it covers an area of of 8,200sq Km. Ngorongoro is often regarded as the 8th wonders of the world, from stunning landscapes, wildlife concentration to the ‘’Cradle of mankinds”, Ngorongoro has it all. The Ngorongoro crater’s intact caldera is home of the very rare black rhino and the largest concentration of wildlife per squire kilometers anywhere in the world. Further north from the crater you have the highlands plus the Olmot and Empakai Craters which are perfect locations for walking safari. Further west from the crater you will find Olduvai Gorge , where the earliest remains of the human beings were found. A little further from Olduvai you will find the Ndutu plains, home to wildebeest herds who calves in this area around late January and early February. This is also the area where you will find a health population of Cheetah and other Carnivores who make this place their home when the herds are home.
**** Words alone can not express the beauty of Ngorongoro you have to see for yourself what this majestic area is all about. We are convinced that you will agree it deserves the tittle of eight wonders of the world.