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The gorge might be on your list as a "should do" between the crater and the Serengeti, but there is so much history and explanation to take in that you need at least an hour. Your permit in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is in 24...More
I was with a safari group of 5 when we decided to visit Olduvai. We were met by a local speaker who told us about the discovery of the earliest human activity. Very interesting and you aught to visit this site and its small museum...More
I think the answer is that you have to prearrange going down into the gorge. Most visitors are limited to the museum that is at the top of the gorge, this is typically what is included with Safaris However, I think it is... More
I think the answer is that you have to prearrange going down into the gorge. Most visitors are limited to the museum that is at the top of the gorge, this is typically what is included with Safaris However, I think it is possible to prearrange a trip into gorge but you have to use a guide from the site. See ngorongorocrater . org and look up oldupai. It indicates..."Special archaeological tours guided by the Department of Antiquities personnel are available and include the remarkable Shifting Sands."