Offbeat Meru Camp’s location is on the edge of Meru National Park in the Bisanadi National Reserve, in a stunning location overlooking the Bisanadi River with beautiful riverine forest. The park has 13 rivers which flow through the area encouraging a spectacular variety of bird life. It is home to the ‘Big Five’ and other species including giraffe, oryx, gerenuk and lesser kudu. Huge herds of elephant are seen regularly. The area was immortalized by Joy Adamson in her book ‘Born Free’ and has a healthy lion population as well as cheetah and leopard.
The camp is small and consists of six tents, each furnished with a large iron bed and the finest of linen. Each tent has its own en-suite bathroom, traditional hot bucket showers and flushing loo. In addition there is 24 hour solar lighting so cameras and laptops can be charged. Informal dining is hosted in the mess tent or around the campfire with delicious breakfasts, light lunches, picnics and three course dinners are served each evening. Enjoy your Kenyan sundowners in the stunning infinity swimming pool.