This national park is located 348 km northeast of Nairobi, in the Meru district, Eastern Province, Kenya. It covers an area of 870 km2 and its altitude varies between 1,036 m. at the foot of the hills of the Nyamberri chain, up to some 3,040 m. from the Tana River area.
It is one of the most famous and well-known parks in Kenya. Thanks to the diversity of its environments (swamps, lakes, savannas, forests), the Meru Park is home to a prodigious diversity of animals, in it you can find more than 427 registered species of birds and mammals such as Grevy’s zebra, Elephants , Eland, Potamoquero, Kobo, Cheetah, Leopard, Reticulated Giraffe, Hippopotamus, Bohor Redunca, Cephalus, Buffalo. In addition, you can enjoy a landscape full of palm trees, meadows, and Acacia forests.