After Serengeti, we headed to the Ngorongoro crater. This is a large volcanic area, where you can spot lots of animals. We spend there just one night and one day. If I would go now, I would definitely spend more time there. It’s very beautiful there.
The name “Ngorongoro” comes from the language of the maasai tribe. They call it the sound of the bells they use for cows, goats and sheep.
1. Giraffes on the way to Ngorongoro.
2. White-naped raven.
3. Big baobab tree at the campsite. It was pretty cold there, especially during the night, so bring some warm clothes with you.
No need to tell you about Central Serengeti. I think I’m not mistaken if I say that everyone who is traveling to Tanzania visits this national park. And it’s truly a gem! Huge territory with lots of animals and beautiful landscapes and numerous birds. I just show you how lucky we were to see so many animals busy with their things like hunting or having an afternoon nap!
1. This lonely lioness was smelling the air and thinking about where to go for hunting.
2. Then we were so lucky to spot this spotted hyena with a head of wildebeest! The head was very heavy and our hyena made a few stops while carrying her precious cargo!
3. This is a typical african landscape: it’s a party time for some vultures, jackals and hyenas to have a good meal!