Ngorongoro National Park
Ngorongoro National Park, located in the crater highlands area of Tasmania and named after the Ngorongoro crater, a large volcanic caldera is considered to be a world heritage site. Established in about 1959, the park, also known as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area nurtures a harmonious co-existence between wildlife and the native people. It upholds the ideals of Masaai pastoralism and conservation of natural resources, which is why the Government brochure justifiably brags about the “unparalleled beauty of one of the world’s most unchanged wildlife sanctuaries.”
Here are five credible reasons why Ngorongoro National Park is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in the world and why you should put it on your bucket list for travelling.