Commonly known as ‘Africa’s Garden of Eden’, Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater is a wildlife enthusiasts dream - as it’s home to approximately 30,000 to 40,000 birds and animals.
The Ngorongoro Crater is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and also the world’s largest unbroken caldera - covering 260 square kilometres in Northern Tanzania.
It’s abundance of wildlife make it the ideal African safari destination for travellers looking for that authentic African safari experience.
If you need more convincing, here are six reasons why the Ngorongoro Crater should be your next Tanzania safari destination.
Lions catch and kill buffalo in Ngorongoro crater
Video by Bas Reus
Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania in HD
Video by Amazing Places on Our Planet
Hyena Kill in Ngorongoro Crater
Video by Richard Knocker
Lions vs. Buffalo at the Ngorongoro Crater
Video by girlontheverge
Water Buffalo vs Hyena
Video by Elliott Golnar
Cheetah chasing Thomson's Gazelle in Ngorongoro Crater
Video by Pradeep Kushwaha
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