Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro (160 KM / 4 hours)
Treat yourself to a hearty breakfast before heading towards the Ngorongoro Crater, one of Africa’s best-known wildlife – viewing areas. The crater is about 20 km wide, and it is one of the largest calderas in the world. It is just one part of a larger area of interrelated ecosystems consisting of the crater highlands (to which the Ngorongoro Crater belongs) together with larger stretches of plains bush and woodland. Ngorongoro conservation area covers an area of about 8300 sq. km. Within its’ walls is a variety of animals and vegetation, including grasslands, swamps, forests, salt pans, and a freshwater lake. It is home to rich wildlife, which includes lions, elephants, buffaloes, wildebeests, Thomson’s gazelles, zebras, reedbucks etc. Spend the night in a luxury lodge located on the edge of the crater.