Menengai crater (2490m high), is enormous, about 12 km across and 500m deep, situated on the Nothern side of Nakuru. It is the second largest surviving volcanic crater in the world, with a surface area of 90kmsq
Menengai is the second place in Kenya where directions & distances of several places worldwide can be measured.
This will make a great day outing, as it’s definitely a hikers haven!
We will meet at the Nairobi National Museum at 6.45 am and depart at 7.00am to make it to Nakuru by 9.00am.
Hiking will take about 1.30 hrs, have lunch and hike down the crater cliff.
Afterwards leisurely descend to our starting point then depart to Nairobi.
Bring: Drinking water, picnic lunch/snacks, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and wear comfortable walking shoes.