The Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtakingly beautiful, it is one of the world’s most astonishing and renowned natural wonders. Nearly three million years old, the ancient caldera shelters one of the most beautiful wildlife havens on earth. Home to the highest density of big game in Africa. Around 25,000 large animals live in the 30,000-hectare crater. In one sweeping view you get lion, black rhino, elephant, zebra, buffalo, wildebeest, reedbuck, hyena, and flamingo crowd the soda lakes.


If you are after the ‘The Big Five’, it is all here waiting for you. Black rhino, Tusker elephants, lion, leopard and hyena along with healthy herds of wildebeest, buffalo and zebra. Other wildlife includes serval cat, cheetah, jackal, Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelle, flamingo and bat-eared foxes, as well as approximately 400 species of colorful birds


Game drives are typically enjoyed twice a day. In the early morning and late afternoon. Our robust, custom 4×4 off-road rigs and highly trained driver-guides take guests the terrain to discover incredible new slices of nature. The open sides and high seats of our custom vehicles mean you will never miss a thing as you scan the horizon.
For those seeking extra privacy, ask about our private game vehicles.


Take a step into the world of the Maasai — one of more than 100 tribes living in Kenya and Tanzania — by visiting a remote village on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Crater. Learn about their way of life, centred around the importance of community and coexistence with nature. Jump at the chance for your child to connect with a young Maasai peer, making a football from recycled materials and sharing a game together, bridging the divide between different languages and lands.


Ndutu is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, in the southeastern plains of the Serengeti ecosystem. The plains around Ndutu are the main holding ground for migratory animals where vast herds congregate and linger for more than four months, from December to April, before they start moving across the Serengeti in search of greener pastures and water. Ndutu area forms an important part of the Serengeti ecosystem, in particular the short grass plains which provide calving grounds for wildebeest and other migratory animals.

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