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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is perched on the edge of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania.
Nearly three million years old, Ngorongoro is the largest ancient volcanic caldera in the world. Now a haven for wild game, the crater offers spectacular year-round game viewing, including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, black-maned lion, the endangered black rhino and the thousands of flamingo that live on the soda lake at the crater's centre.
Ngorongoro Crater Lodge consists of three adjacent camps, each of which operates independently: the North and South Camps have 12 suites each, while the intimate Tree Camp has six suites. Each suite comprises a bedroom, bathroom, lounge and private deck, and all of the camps have incredible views over the crater floor 600 metres below.
Guests at the lodge can also visit nearby Olduvai Gorge, known as the cradle of humankind, see the bizarre Shifting Sands and, in season, witness the phenomenal migration of zebra and wildebeest across the Serengeti.