Ngorongoro & Ndutu

We spent a morning in Ngorongoro Crater, the largest intact caldera in the world. Here you’ll find hippos taking mud baths, prides of lions lazing in the sun, and one of the highest density of hyenas in all of Africa’s parks.

After brunch on the crater floor we continued our game drive west to Ndutu, the southern area of the Serengeti Plains, translated as “endless plains” from the native Maasai language. Here special sightings are possible through off-road driving. I’ve seen almost everything except leopard and rhino 😊 there’s even a bit of the wildebeest migration going down into Ndutu.

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