Altitude: 2800 m.a.m.s.l.
One of the most picturesque waterfalls inside the ngorongoro conservation area
and one of few that can be seen from miles away. Unfortunately, the only way to view it up close is from above as it stands at the edge of Olmoti crater
To access it one has to climb onto the crater rim, then down to the floor and walk to the point where the gorge begins, where the water drops more than 30 m through a series of stages. It takes about an hour to hike up and about 30 minutes for the descent.
At the moment this is the only route to access it, but if you could find a spot to view it from afar such as lrkeepus village
, the falls look like something straight out of paradise.
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What to do there?
Hike up the crater rim, explore the marsh near the falls, try to get a glimpse of the falls from as close to the edge as your willing to go. There are a few cattle that normally graze in the area nearby along with one or two unique flowers and plants that grow here.Best time to visit?
Any time of the year with more emphasis towards the end when it is both dry, and the wildebeest migration is in or near Ngorongoro.
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