Day 12 – Inside the Ngorongora Crater

After a lovely evening at the Ngornongoro Farm House, we drove down into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which is called a crater but is really a caldera and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We had our only rhino siting and that was from a distance. No giraffes, impala, topi or crocodiles live in the crater, but many other species make their home there.

There were many water birds in this protected area which, unfortunately, are often difficult to positively ID.

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