Mount Lemagrut, standing at 3,122 meters, is one of nine craters in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area located the western section of the Ngorongoro Crater overlooking the Olblabal depression.
A walk through these locations will undoubtedly provide you with an unforgettable experience and amazing views of the Serengeti National Park grasslands. It’s a walking safari for those who want to go on a real adventure. The journey to the lower slopes takes less than an hour, and the hike to the peak takes around four hours. On a clear day, the Serengeti grasslands, Lake Eyasi, and the Ngorongoro Crater are all visible.