Menengai Crater

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Menengai Crater

The largest intact volcanic crater in the world, Menengai Crater offers stunning views of nearby Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria, as well as the depths of the crater proper. Hiking, camping, picnicking, and photography are all possible on this towering edifice to geological upheaval.

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