Rappelling /Abseiling in Mt. Suswa, Hell’s Gate National Park,
Central Province Kenya
Hell's Gate is located in the south of Lake Naivasha and at about 90 km/55 mi in the northwest of Nairobi City. It covers an area of 68 km²/26.25 mi² and is 1900 m/6233 ft above sea level. Some of the highlights are the Fischer's tower, Central tower and Hell's Gate gorge. Although there is a wide variety of wildlife, it is famous for a variety of bird species including vultures, verreaux's eagles, swifts and augur buzzards.
The hidden treasure at Hell’s Gate is Mt. Suswa, a small volcanic canyon standing at 2356 m/7729 ft in summit. It is characterized by a colorful sand stoned wall, providing an exciting rappelling adventure.
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Hell's Gate is located in the South of Lake Naivasha and at about 90 km/55 mi in the northwest of Nairobi City. It covers an area of 68 km²/26.25 mi² and at 1900 m/6233 ft above sea level. Some of the highlights are the Fischer's tower, Central tower and Hell's Gate gorge. Although there is a wide variety of wildlife, the spot is famous for its variety of bird species including vultures, verreaux's eagles, swifts and augur buzzards.
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