Characterised by the world famous Ngorongoro Crater, the 8,292km2 Ngorongoro Conservation Area sits in the volcanic mountain highlands of Northern Tanzania.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site and unofficially, an ‘eighth wonder of the world’, the 600 metre deep Ngorongoro Crater is the largest unflooded and unbroken volcanic caldera in the world. Covering 300km2, the mineral rich open grasslands of the crater floor have turned the crater in to a wildlife haven, whilst the crater rim hosts elegant accommodation in vast coffee plantations, farms and mountain forests.
Olduvai Gorge is known as being one of the most important paleoanthropological sites in the world known for it’s exceptional stone tools; studied since the early 1900’s, some of it’s most important work was carried out by Mary Leakey.
● Home of the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken volcanic caldera in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site
● Olduvai Gorge; one of the most important paleoanthropological sites in the world.
● Day Game Drives
● Guided Bush Walks
● Horse Riding
● Crater Floor Bush Lunches
● Mountain Biking
● Cultural Community Visits.