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Another blast from our family’s travel past… Remember our camping trip to Gatamaiyo Forest? Well, a year ago, we did a similar trip to Mount Suswa with a huge group of friends and a gaggle of kids. Mount Suswa is such a special place – completely remote, untouched, and mind-blowingly beautiful.
Mount Suswa is an inactive volcano in the Rift Valley boasting a unique double-caldera, with an outer crater surrounding a second, inner peak. While not that far from Nairobi, Suswa is not exactly easy to get to. It can be reached with a 4WD by one of two winding roads, often changing as land-owners fence off new bits of land, blocking what was previously the road up the mountain. We hired a local Maasai guide to help us find the road up to the crater, which is likely the only way to find the place. But really, its inaccessibility is a big part of Mount Suswa’s appeal. We were the only visitors in the entire area, so it was just us and the local Maasai who live around the rim.