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