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Meru National Park

Meru National Park is in the heart of Kenya and is an untouched gem well known for wildlife and nature lovers. At 870 square kilometers, the park offers a real back-to-nature safari experience, free of crowds (even in comparison to more famous parks such as Maasai Mara and Amboseli). What You Can See: Lions, Elephants, Buffaloes, Leopards and both black and white rhinos freely walk around the park making it easier for you to spot them. The Park is globally recognized because of the rare species of Grevy's zebras, reticulated giraffes, and Somali ostrich. Flocks of more than 300 species of birds, including sunbirds and kingfishers, make Meru an ideal place for bird watchers The park has a diverse landscape consisting of open savannahs, forests, and trees. The Tana River and its tributaries traverse the park, creating lush, green corridors teeming with life and One of Meru National Park’s greatest appeals is its relative isolation, offering a more exclusive and intimate safari experience. Unlike more popular parks, Meru is less frequented by tourists, allowing for peaceful and uninterrupted wildlife viewing. The park is famously associated with the story of Elsa the lioness, made famous by the book and film "Born Free." This legacy adds a rich historical layer to your visit here you can engage with the local communities and learn about their traditions and relationship with the park. Meru National Park promises an unforgettable adventure in the wild heart of Kenya.