Named after the sound of the cow bells in the Maa language (Maasai), this geological wonder is most likely the spot with the biggest wildlife concentration in Africa.
The caldera is one of the seven wonders of Africa and when you descend from the caldera walls to start your safari, you will understand why. Once a gigantic volcano,
now it is home to an abundant amount of wildlife roaming its plains, forest, marshes,
and salt flats. Famous for its population of black rhino, this conservancy area gives you a great chance to come up close with this pachyderm.
During a trip in the Ngorongoro your senses will constantly be stimulated because the surface area is roughly 260 square kilometers and most of the animals are trapped within the caldera itself as steep walls make exiting a rather difficult task.
So, why wait? Take that flight to Tanzania and roam freely in one of the seven wonders of Africa.