Ngorongoro Conservation Area

A visit to the Ngorongoro Crater is an experience of a lifetime. There are few places that have wildlife densities and variety on this level. It is not unusual to see the Big Five in one day – and all this in the most amazing setting with a backdrop of the 600m/1,968ft-high crater wall.


The Ngorongoro Conservation Area conveys Africa’s most straightforward Big Five game viewing. An antiquated volcanic crater lying near the Serengeti, it is home to the absolute densest concentrations of huge animals in Africa. Just as the Big Five – lion, elephant, wild buffalo, leopard and rhino – the Ngorongoro Crater is likewise home to cheetah, hyena and hippo. There are crowds of cattle as well, tended by attentive red-robed Maasai herders, for the Ngorongoro Crater is the place where man and nature meet up in a solitary view. This is the destination where safari goers come to truly experience Tanzania Safari Tours.

Ngorongoro homes the awesome Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s biggest caldera, at its middle. It is trusted that before its emission it was more raised than Mount Kilimanjaro, the most noteworthy pinnacle of Africa. Also, it’s a spot made for views. A few Ngorongoro accommodations are set appropriate on the rim of the crater itself, offering the most shocking scenes. Others are set far from the crater on sweeping savannah grassland or on exquisite coffee estates. The Ngorongoro Crater is a well-known goal, particularly as it can so effectively be joined with the Serengeti, Lake Manyara and even Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve. Honeymooners will love the pure perspectives from their crater-side suite; families will discover lodges that appreciated kids and offer family safari projects and child minders.


Embark on an unparalleled safari adventure with us, where the majesty of Tanzania’s wildlife meets unbeatable value. At our company, we take pride in offering the best safari packages at reasonable prices, ensuring that your journey into the heart of Africa’s most iconic landscapes is not only extraordinary but also affordable.

Best time to Visit NGORONGORO CRATER

Accessible throughout the year. April and May are the most wet months however it seldom rains throughout the day.

For those interested to visit the parks when they are less crowded, the wet season offers the best scenery with just a handful of tourists. Toto Africa Adventures offers best priced packages for this time of travel. Although it may rain, it will rarely rain for more than a couple of hours during the day. March and Early April can be ideal, sometimes with the rains coming in late it’s a bingo to travel at this time.

November and early December is also ideal if you don’t mind having some showers during the day.


On account of its size, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area feels like a profoundly thought Tanzania Safari experience and its excellent environment make it a really uncommon spot.

The star attraction of the Conservation Area is the Ngorongoro Crater: an extinct volcano teeming with wildlife. All major animals are easily seen. The only exception is giraffe, which is present in the Conservation Area, but not in the crater because of the steep descent. Elephant are common, including some very big tuskers, and all the big cats are prominent as well.


The Ngorongoro Conservation Area traverses tremendous spreads of highland plains, savannah, savanna forests, and woods. Set up in 1959 as a numerous land use zone, with natural life existing together with semi-traveling Maasai pastoralists practicing traditional livestock grazing. It incorporates the fabulous Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s biggest caldera.

Activities: Game drives, Walking Safaris, Hiking, Maasai Cultural Interaction and Archaeological tour