Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a world cradle of mankind covering 8300sq km area where both Maasai, Cattle and Wildlife share the land. The conservation area is Unesco world heritage site with diverse attractions include empakai, olmoti, ngorongoro crater, northern highland forest reserve, loliondo game controlled area, archaeological site of olduvai gorge, paleontological site of laetoli, ndutu lake, masek lake, ndutu plains, shifting sandy, nasera rock, oldeani mountain, lemagarut mountain and gol mountain. This unique area in the country is established in 1959.
Olduvai Gorge and Laetoli is famous places for human kind historical background include discovery of skull of early human dated back to 1.7 million years by Mary Leakey in Olduvai Gorge, then in Laetoli where human foot print dated 3.6 million discovered.