Ngorongoro crater conservation area is one of the protected areas in Tanzania and declared as Heritage site. The Location Of Ngorongoro crater conservation area is found on the Eastern Great Rift Valley arm, Northern part of Tanzania, located on the Western part of the tourists’ city Arusha lying at the distance of 120 kilometers 75 miles. Ngorongoro crater is the largest extinct volcanic caldera not only in Tanzania but in the whole world measuring an area of 264 square kilometers with the dimensions of 16 by 19 kilometers across. The area was named Ngorongoro conservation area after the largest crater of Ngorongoro which got its name from the from the local maasai people who leave around the conservation who named the crater after the ring bell tied (Cow bell) on the lead cow that produces unique sound ngorongoro…. hence completing it as Ngorongoro. Ngorongoro crater is occupied by high raise rims of forests at an a cliff of 610 meters, an elevation of around 7500 feet or 2,286 meters above the crater floor. Ngorongoro crater conservation area can be accessed by both air that is domestic flights and on every good tarmac road which runs from Arusha through Lake Manyara national park to Ngorongoro, Located in Karatu area, Karatu town is the nearest town to the crater just few kilometer away from the main gate. Its funny that all the Northern Tanzania parks use one highway till in the junction after Lake Manyara that you branch off to the location of ngorongoro crater and Serengeti national park while the continuing road goes to Tarangire national park. The road that leads to the conservation is all well maintained and tarmac hence making the distance to be driven shorter as compared with bumpy roads.