UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania is one of East Africa’s most famous and well known game viewing locations. Discover the world’s largest intact and inactive caldera, conservation area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A natural enclosure, it is home to an abundance of resident wildlife with an estimated 25,000 animals and a unique eco-system. Lake Magadi, a large lake on the crater floor, is often inhabited by thousands of seasonal flamingoes and migratory birds. With the surrounding Ngorongoro Highlands and spectacular landscapes, this is a ‘must’ for any visitor on the northern safari circuit in Tanzania.