Ngorongoro Crater

The giant crater of an extinct volcano, this magnificent amphitheatre contains the largest concentration of animals in all of Africa, high density lions and thousands of flamingos inhabiting an alkaline lake. The crater is 2,000 feet, 102 square mile giant caldera formed when a smoldering volcano collapsed, creating the crater. It’s been classified as the World Heritage Site. The co-inhabitant of the human wildlife is exemplified in the Ngorongoro conservation is where animals and the traditional herdsmen live in harmony.