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Where to go, what to do while in Kenya.


Occupying an area measured to be about 870km2, Meru National Park is found on the North Eastern part of Mount Kenya. The park is a “complete wilderness” covered with lush swamps and a wide range of wildlife species. It is located about 348km from Nairobi.


Though the area is often rainy and wet, the Park is part of Semi-arid zone and has irregular rainfalls. This makes it open to visitation anytime.


  • Over 427 bird species that make bird watching an awesome activity at the park
  • The former home of Joy and George Adamson and Elsa the lioness
  • An angle View of the second highest mountain in the region – Mt Kenya
  • Rivers and riverine habitats
  • The Tana river is also visible from the park
  • Adamson’s falls
  • Wildlife at large, including the two rare animals; Reticulated Giraffe and the Gravy’s Zebra. Others include Elephants, Eland, Bush Pig,  Waterbuck, Cheetah, Leopard, , Hippopotamus, Bohor Reedbuck, Hartebeest
  • Reptiles i.e. Python, Puff Udder, Cobra etc.