Tanzania – Day 5 July 2

Up early, our guide Bachu took us to the Ngorongoro Crater, the largest caldera in the world. It was formed not by an eruption of this ancient volcano but rather by its collapse.

Fifty feet inside the park our truck (top still down fortunately) was greeted by Baboons, lots of Baboons. At one point there were likely fifteen climbing on various parts of our truck.

Later on we saw another mating Lion pair (love hurts), Flamingos, an itchy Wildebeest, Golden Crowned Cranes, Pelicans, Impala, more lions, an Ostrich having a salad, and even a Great Blue Heron visited us during our lunch break near a large lake filled with Hippos.



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