Offbeat Meru Camp – now closed
Offbeat Meru Camp is a semi-permanent camp situated just outside the Meru National Park in the Bisanadi National Reserve. With a wide variety of landscapes including savannah, riverine forest and swamps, Meru provides guests with excellent game viewing.
Accommodation & Facilities
Set beside the beautiful Bisanadi River, the camps comprises seven large tents with en-suite bucket showers, wash basin and flush loos. The spacious tents are furnished with huge beds and solar lighting. There is a large sitting room tent equipped with bar, library, comfortable sofas and writing table. The camp also has a lovely swimming pool.
Wildlife & Activities
Meru National Park offers visitors a chance to visit one of Kenya’s most magical parks away from the masses. The park is dominated by savannah, but includes riverine forest and swamps. It is watered by 13 rivers which rise in the Nyambene Hills to the west and flow towards the Tana River in the south. The area can best be explored by vehicle and has excellent game viewing opportunities which include lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, black and white rhinos, giraffe, zebra and many kinds of antelope. This area is also excellent for bird-watching. Guests can go fishing, go for short walks near the camp, and take their meals and sundowners in the bush.