This place was so amazing. Actually be in it it was the best feeling ever had in my life. Our guide also make this be awesome Andre made it more awesome.
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Ngorongoro conservation area is of great geological interest. In the top part it is a rain forest and as you go down it becomes dry with almost no vegetation. Animals to be seen: (spotted by me) - giraffes (in the forest area) - warthog -hyenas...More
The most amazing concentration of wildlife. If the Garden of Eden existed this would have been it. The view from the rim of the crater was extraordinary.
Lots of wildlife in the crater - we saw lions up close, lots of wildebeests, crowned cranes, secretary birds, cape buffalos, ostrichs, zebras, lots of olive baboons, vulture, and had a lovely picnic lunch in the crater complete with proper plates and cutlery arranged by...More
We had hoped to see the last of our big 5 but unfortunately our luck didn't hold. However the animals and birds were spectacular. Elephants, zebras, lions, flamingos, spoonbills, hippos, hawks, warthogs, monkeys and even a leopard. Would love to come back in rainy season
Most of the game seen was at a distance because of "off road driving restrictions ". There is no "migration" only resident animals.
We visited the Crater in May, spent 2-1/2 days driving all over the extensive landscape, observing hundreds of animals and made great photographs. We highly recommend it - and stay at the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge if you want to be pampered.
We loved the Ngorongoro Carter. We saw several animals that we hadn't seen at previous parks including lions and caracal. The drive down to the crater is beautiful as you get to see some incredible views. There are several different eco systems within the crater...More