This is a stunning place to visit. The pink edges of the water turned out to be flamingoes and it was incredible to walk down to them. We saw a blue monkey on the way and glorious trees - which I have forgotten the name of already! There was a Masai woman at the top of the crater selling jewellery she had made which was beautiful and much cheaper than some of the shops. We loved it but had hoped for a long walk and found that really it is only possible to walk downhill to the crater then back up. So don't expect to be walking for hours. It's steep though for those who may find hilly walks more challenging. Scenery makes it worth it - not to be missed.
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