25,000 large mammals reside in the Ngorongoro Crater including elephants, lions, black rhino, wildebeest, and cheetah and more.
The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest inactive, intact and unfilled caldera in the world is 2,000 ft deep and covers 100 sq miles.
Rains change the colors of the Ngorongoro Crater and bring the wildebeest thru parts of the conservation area surrounding the crater.
The Lerai Forest in the Ngorongoro Crater provides a shade to elephants and a hiding place for leopards.
Lake Magadi located in Ngorongoro Crater draws wildlife to its shores.
Monument commemorating the discovery of two species of early man at Olduvai Gorge