Overview of the Destination
One of the most well-known locations in Africa, the Ngorongoro Crater is reputed to have the highest concentration of species in the continent. The Crater, which is occasionally referred to as the “eighth wonder of the world,” has attained international fame and draws an increasing number of tourists every year. Although it is unlikely that you will be able to avoid other vehicles here, you are guaranteed to see fantastic wildlife in a truly stunning setting. Ngorongoro is unique in Africa and cannot be found anywhere else.
Attractions of Destination
A small population of the critically endangered Black Rhino is flourishing in this picturesque and protected setting, making Ngorongoro Crater one of the most likely places in Tanzania to encounter one. You have a decent possibility of seeing a leopard here, as well as magnificent black-maned lions. The Lake Magadi’s soda waters also draw a lot of flamingos.
Climate of Destination
The weather in Ngorongoro Crater is moderate and mild. There are two wet seasons in the area.
The “short rains” from October to November are followed by the “long rains” from March to May. The most of the time, rain falls as brief showers.