Technical Tour

Technical Tour1 (One day trip)

Gongali Community Tour

Location: near Karatu, took around 3 hours by car(one-way)

Price: Complimentary


1. Gongali E3empower Center

The center was electrified via mini-grid renewable solar energy power generation (1kw), and expands electrification to the community including kindergarten, TV room and water center

2. Hilonga’s project

Visiting households using cow-dung biogas system instead of using firewood for cooking.

This has positive effects especially on women because it saves energy and time to collect firewood and prevents eyes and respiratory disease from poisonous firewood smoke.

Technical Tour2 (2 days trip)

NM-AIST -> Gongali Community -> Ngorongoro Crater

Price: $500~$1,000 (Price may differ depending on options)

* Price includes entrance fee, car rental, guide and accommodation (Ngorongoro Conservation Area)

One-way: around 4.5 hours

Ngorongoro Crater

The crater is the flagship tourism feature for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It is a large, unbroken, un-flooded caldera, formed when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed some three million years ago. The Ngorongoro crater sinks to a depth of 610 metres, with a base area covering 260 square kilometres. The height of the original volcano must have ranged between 4,500 to 5,800 metres high. Apart from the main caldera, Ngorongoro also has two other volcanic craters: Olmoti and Empakai, the former famous for its stunning waterfalls, and the latter holding a deep lake and lush, green walls. On the leeward of the Ngorongoro highlands protrudes the iconic Oldonyo Lengai, an active volcano and Tanzania's third highest peak after Kilimanjaro and Meru. Known to local people as the Mountain of God, Mount Lengai's last major eruption occurred in 2007. At the mountain's foot is Lake Natron, East Africa's major breeding ground for flamingoes.