what can i do at ngorongoro conservation area
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is situated between Lake Manyara and the Serengeti. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area lodges the famous volcanic Ngorongoro crater, which is the most popular wildlife viewing spot.
The Ngorongoro Volcanic Crater is the primary source of water for the conservation area's thousands of animals.
Ngorongoro Volcanic Crater is the world’s largest past caldera; it was one of the world's tallest mountains before its explosion and collapse.
The Ngorongoro conservation area is endowed with large animal groups along the crater floor, such as elephants, rhinos, lions, buffalos, and Thomson’s gazelles, but zebras and wildebeest account for half of the animals in the Ngorongoro crater.
Ngorongoro conservation area is a birder’s haven as well, mostly around Lake Magadi, with flocks of flamingoes along the shores and hippos that graze in the evening and submerge in water during the morning and afternoon.