Explore Herd Elephant, Elephant Buffalo and more!

#Elephant #herd in #Ngorongoro Crater. Why go to Ngorongoro Crater when on your #Safari to #Tanzania? And how to avoid the crowds.

African Elephant, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania Photo by Chris Johns Once a giant volcano that collapsed inward millions of years ago, the Ngorongoro Crater is today the largest unflooded and intact caldera in the world. Lone bull elephants with imposing tusks—survivors of the ivory trade in decades past—roam the crater floor, while matriarchal elephant herds prefer the surrounding highland forests, which fall away to the tawny plains of the Great Rift Valley. (via: National Geo)

"Elephants, the world's largest land mammals, are under pressure in many parts of Africa from poaching, loss of habitats to farms and towns, pollution and climate change. Numbers have fallen to 470,000-685,000 against millions decades ago." ~ Tanzania

#TravelTuesday Here wildebeest stampede across the Serengeti plains during their annual migration and baobabs dwarf the herds of elephants that feed beneath them in Tarangire National Park. Explore Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest free-standing caldera. Tanzania offers the very best of an exceptional safari experience. #WeKnowAfrica #AfricanTravel

We are headed off on safari to see the elephant herds and all the wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater today and tomorrow. Then coming home!!!! @tunnelvisionsc @delasaxmusic @tmaxwell52 #tunnelvisionsc #tunnelvisionkilimanjaroexpedition #tunnelvisionkilimanjarocharityexpedition #leonardodicapriofoundation #timbo #slightlystoopid #dela #syatt2017 #whiskeybarrelrecords #levatomanagement #tunnelvisioncharityexpedition #stoppoaching

A rare site! The elder elephant (with long tusks) of Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania, bathing with a herd of hippopotami (pod, herd, dale or bloat).

a herd of elephants covering themselves in dust under the shade of trees in the Ngorongoro Crater

A herd of elephants seen from the ledge of the Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania

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