Our African adventure begins in the Ndutu area. During this season, the large herds of herbivores are scattered between the Serengeti area and the northern part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, in search of fresh pastures, followed by predators.
As it’s the wet season, occasional rainfall may occur. However, it’s the ideal time to visit this vast plain where most of the wildlife can be found. Additionally, during this time, you may witness hunting scenes, as the newborn offspring are vulnerable despite the protection of the herd. The other major highlight of our trip is the Ngorongoro Crater, where an immense concentration of wildlife coexists within. The Ngorongoro Crater is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the largest intact volcanic caldera on the planet and is considered the eighth wonder of the world. It’s a natural amphitheater surrounded by 600-meter-high walls, with a diameter of 20 kilometers, housing one of the world’s densest populations of large mammals. In a single day of safari, you can see an astonishing variety of animals, including the big predators.