Meru

Overview

Meru town lies in eastern Kenya. It is one of the best options for an out of the way safari. Meru offers thrilling active walking, climbing and trekking adventures that get you out of your 4wds and closer to the wilderness. Wildlife safaris are the most traditional type safari within the Meru best national reserves and parks offering an authentic wildlife experience. Are you a budding photographer or just someone who likes to play around with a camera? Or maybe you’re a professional photographer in need of some inspirational shots. Meru has some of the best bird watching opportunities in the world and shares 300 species out of the estimated 1070 Kenya’s bird species. This makes it possible to spot over a hundred species each day with a variety of habitat, from forests, scrubs, and water.
A female lion and a young cub - Meru National Park, Kenya (1)
A female lion and a young cub - Meru National Park, Kenya

Map of Meru

Trip Ideas

National Parks

Meru National Park

Meru National Park, once the home of Joy and George Adamson, of ‘Born Free’ fame, is set to make a comeback as one of Kenya’s great wildlife viewing parks.

Meru National Park, Kenya

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