Tanzanian Safari: Ngorongoro Crater

Today we see one of Africa’s most impressive natural wonders. In the middle of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the Ngorongoro Crater. A marvelous landscape in itself, it is also full of game. It can get a bit crowded here, but there is a reason why it is popular. After all, you can’t go to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower, right? Starting early this morning, we aim to be at the park gate right when it opens at 7am in order to maximize our time in the crater.

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2 Responses to Tanzanian Safari: Ngorongoro Crater

  1. Jessica says:

    Hope ya’ll are having fun. Do the African elephants really have longer ears than the Indian elephants? I have been meaning to tell k that there is a girl in my ss class that reminds me of her.

  2. k says:

    I think they’re supposed to have longer ears…but I’ll have to tackle that topic in a post and compare photos of the two. We will see…good question.

    Hope your classmate is fun and quirky and brilliant (okay, maybe that one’s a stretch–she probably really reminds you of me only because she likes champagne and asks lots of questions :) )