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Visiting Meru National Park
Meru National Park is located on the eastern part of Meru, and it is one of the less-crowded game viewing destinations in Kenya. It is an ideal destination for visitors who are on a tour of the eastern and northern willdife circuits.
Meru National Park is situated about 350km from Nairobi. It enjoys an abundance of rainfall, which favours its lush vegetation. This park is quite popular with groups seeking overland safaris in Kenya.
The park became more popular through the book and movie Born Free, which documents the life of an orphaned lioness, Elsa the Lioness, raised by the conservationists George and Joy Adamson.
Tourists can get to Meru Kenya from Nairobi through Nyeri - Nanyuki - Meru road. Kina Airstrip serves this park.
What to See in Meru National Park
Meru National Park is home to wild animals such as leopards, lions, hippos, cheetahs, black rhinos, elephants and antelopes.
The Adamson's falls, Tana River, and the home of George and Joy Adamson are some of the tourist attractions in the park. Tourists can also have a great view of Mount Kenya from the park.
Hotels within Meru National Park
Hotels within Meru National Park offer great hospitality and adventure within the park. Stay in the Meru National Park lodges such as Murera Springs Eco Lodge, Leopard Rock Lodge and Elsa's Kopje.
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