In the morning a land rover will pick you up and take you down to the crater floor. This is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. The cone of this extinct volcano is said to have collapsed around 2 million years ago, and before it did, scientists reckon it could have been taller than Mount Kilimanjaro. The crater is home to an abundance of wildlife including mostly zebra and wildebeest. This is also the best place to see the black-maned lion so make sure you bring your camera!
The floor of the crater is now mainly savanna which means an abundance of life roams the grounds including leopard, cheetah, hyena, jackal, elephant, warthog, buffalo, impala, buffalo, hartebeest, eland and many other types of antelopes.
You may see the Maasai as they take their cattle down the steep walls of the crater to the watering hole.
You will return to the lodge for lunch. Following this you will head to a Maasai village and will learn about the fascinating culture that still exists today.