The encompasses the volcanic area around the Ngorongoro Crater, including the still active volcano of Ol’doinyo Lenkai (Lengai) and the famous Oldupai Gorge. The Ngorongoro has an area of 8600 square km. Its centerpiece, the Ngorongoro crater, is the largest intact, unfolded caldera in the world and is considered the as one of the eight wonders of the world. Home of the largest permanent concentration of wildlife in Africa. It is one of the areas on the continent for viewing the endangered black rhino.
Shifting sand: This extraordinary black dune which is composed of volcanic ash from Ol’doinyo Lenkai is blown slowly westwards across the plains at the rate of approximately 100 meters in six years.
Lake Natron: Is located out side NCA to the north-east, and is the biggest breeding ground in East Africa for flamingos. The lake is typically alkaline and it is a main source of food for flamingo.