Meru National Park is a beautiful, wild and little visited park on the equator near Mount Kenya. It is part of a vast 4,000 sq kilometre conservation area along the Tana River, encompassing Meru and Kora National Parks and the adjacent National Reserves of Bisanadi and Mwingi.
This little visited and utterly unspoiled, National Park remains a hidden gem well worth discovering. Meru suffered heavy poaching in the 70s and 80s but has been saved through the work of the Kenya Wildlife Service and dedicated team of rangers and law enforcement resulting in the park now being home to big game once more.
Meru National Park is one of the least visited parks in Kenya, so visitors often feel they have this beautiful place all to themselves. The park boasts enormous diversity of habitat and a wealth of wildlife. Spot the hippos in the Meru’s spring-fed rivers and encounter the big cats on the park’s savannahs. There is also some spectacular bird life, and although it's still building on its numbers of big game, Meru is the perfect off the beaten track destination and a lovely place to spend a few days.
Beautiful, wild and unspoiled
Off the beaten track
Home of elsa the lion
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