June is a dry season in Tanzania, and around the Ngorongoro Crater has the coldest climate -- a perfect time for a trip. This destination is a protected World Heritage site and a must-visit place for many tourists. Besides the abundant wildlife that dwells in the area, there are as well many attractions in the vicinity. About 25,000 large animals live in the area such as African buffalo or Cape buffalo and hippopotamus. The blue wildebeest, Grant's zebra, the common eland and Grant's and Thomson's gazelles, waterbucks can be seen near Lerai Forest. These are just a few species; you can see almost any kind of animal in this destination such as lions, crocodiles, and wild dogs. Lerai Fever Tree Forest is a popular choice for exploration near the crater where tons of bird species live. The forest is filled with beautiful trees like acacias as well as vegetation where rare animals feed. Guided walks near the Olmoti Crater and Empakaai Crater is also an activity that can deliver a remarkable experience, where you can witness the panoramic craters and the stunning waterfall near the lakes. Visiting the Ngorongoro crater during this time of year is not only delightful to the eyes, it also fills your heart and mind with remarkable adventures.