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Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Overview

This World’s Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO in 1979 covers up 8,292 km2 of northern Tanzania. It is an area where you will be able to witness thousands of baby wildebeests being born. This basin is regarded to be “Africa’s Garden of Eden” and have a glorious landscape that is teeming with about 25,000 animals including four of the Big Five and other large mammals. It is one of the best places where you can spot critically endangered animals like black rhinos, golden cats and wild hunting dogs. This is home to the king of the beast “Maasai Lions”. During the wildebeest calving season, you will be able to witness thousands of baby wildebeests being born at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

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