The Ngorongoro Crater has around 30,000 large safari animals, which could be a selling point for those looking to go on a wildlife excursion.
According to the Sabotage Times, the Tanzanian destination is one of the top five locations to visit for those on safari holidays.
The publication pointed out the collapsed volcano "contains a unique ecosystem of lakes, streams and lush grasslands which provide year round grazing for the animals that live here", although it went 26,000 feet above sea level at one stage.
What's more, it recommended the Serengeti National Park in the African country as it is one of the largest game reserves in the world and features an array of animals, including 1.5 million wildebeest.
In addition, Brian Jackman, writing for the Telegraph, advised going to the Singita Grumeti Reserve, noting there is a wide range of beasts there and carnivores will "steal the show".