This is probably one of the most beautiful places in the world. A population of approximately 25,000 large animals lives in the crater.
We see Thomson’s gazelles, grant gazelles, lions (10 or 11 on one place) and even a young lion climbing a tree and another lioness having her zebra lunch…  We watched crowned cranes (beautiful national birds of Uganda), zebras, hippos wallowing in the water, jackals, hyaenas, wildebeest, flamingos, waterbocks, elephants, buffalos, baboons, ostriches and many more, and last but not least my personal highlight: we saw 3 rhinos. The first wild rhino in my life! It was a single one, and the same day, we even saw a rhino mom with her baby!