Offbeat Meru Camp is a 7 tent traditional semi-permanent camp. Meru National Park offers visitors a chance to visit one of Kenya’s most magical parks away from the masses.
The park has a wide variety of landscapes and is dominated by savannah, but includes riverine forest and swamps. The park is bisected by 13 rivers which flow towards the Tana River in the south and rise in the Nyambene Hills to the west. The park has excellent game viewing opportunities which include lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, black and white rhino (in one of Kenya’s best areas with over 60 rhino in total), eland, gerenuk, Beisa oryx, Grant’s gazelle, Grevy’s zebra, lesser kudu and reticulated giraffe as well as over 280 species of birds.