Experience Africa's Densest Concentration of Wildlife on the Vast Caldera Floor
Often called the Eighth Wonder of the World, this vast caldera was once a massive volcano that scientists say may have been larger than Mount Kilimanjaro. More than 30,000 animals live inside the thousand-foot-deep crater. Because of the crater's permanent supply of fresh water, it sustains the largest established concentration of non-migratory wildlife in Africa.
- Explore the depths of the crater and experience the high density and diversity of its wildlife
- Stay on the crater rim with sweeping views across the highlands
- Relax and explore the gardens of a working coffee plantation
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