Tanzania is one of the most important countries in the African continent. The country has its own identity for being a major store house of natural resources, animal lives and dense forest. Tanzania is famous for its wild lives and dense forests. Along with these National Parks there are many conservation areas where general people have limited access. Among the different conservation areas the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a renowned one.
This particular area is privileged of being recognized as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the year 1979. However, the Ngorongoro became a conservation area in the 1950s. The whole area is maintained and managed by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority. Nature’s best elements and features surround the Ngorongoro Conservation Area; the magnificent rift valley, the green pasture and the mighty hills and highlands make the ambiance of the destination to reach its zenith. The most important feature of this park is its nearest location of the Ngorongoro Crater. It is considered to be the world’s oldest volcanic eruptions. The crater has been transformed into a water body and different springs and waterfalls have taken place from this area. The crater has in all respect increased the natural beauty of the place and also accelerated its prestige in the world context.
Wild lives are the main variants of the area; one can get to eyewitness several animal species and bird species. Among animals you can get to see wildebeest, mountain red buck, lion, hypothalamus, black rhinoceros, elephants, zebras and many more. If you are luck then you can get a glimpse of lion, jackal and cheetah. Some of these animals are becoming extinct in the area and Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority is trying its level best to maintain the extinct species. For educational purposes the Ngorongoro Conservation Area provides an ultimate intellectual trip. For spending vacations too it is one of the most ideal places. So have a nice time at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.