Half Day Endoro Falls Hike

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Details of Half Day Endoro Falls Hike

DAY ONE - ENDORO FALLS & ELEPHANT CAVES

This moderately challenging hike takes just a few hours and is accessible from a trail located near Gibbs Farm in the Ngorongoro region.

You'll be picked up from your accommodation and taken to the trailhead to begin your hike, which takes you into the forest where you'll encounter animals such as dikdik (the world's smallest antelope species) and a huge variety of bird life.

Highlights of your trek include the beautiful Endoro Falls themselves and the famed elephant caves. These caves have been carved out of the rock by elephants who visit the region in search of the salt that can be found in the stone.

Once you've finished your hike, you'll be picked up and returned to your lodge.

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For those with a little time while in the Ngorongoro region, a half day trek to Endoro Falls and the nearby elephant caves can be a great way to get out and see Tanzania from a different perspective.


A moderate hike of just two to three hours, it's the perfect way to spend an afternoon out amidst nature.

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