We wake up very early and take an early breakfast so as to set out at 0600hrs down the crater floor. The Ngorongoro crater, the world’s largest volcanic caldera, formed with the massive explosion of a volcano once higher than Kilimanjaro some 2-3 million years ago, is almost 20km in diameter 610m deep and known for its large variety of wildlife including the big five and so much more.
At a picnic site, we have our scrumptious lunch by a hippo pool before heading up once more to the highlands and set out for our drive to Serengeti National Park. Upon arrival, we check-in and relax on the endless plain in anticipation of our dinner in our chosen lodgings followed by a seat by the five perhaps with our quarters awaiting us. Dinner and overnight at the lodge/ camp on a full board basis.