Meru national park is 350km away from Nairobi and covers an area of 870 square kilometers. It has a wide range of animals present including lions, elephants, leopards, black rhino, cheetah, hippopotamus and some rare antelopes.

Meru national park is one of the most famous parks in Kenya because it is one of the two conservation areas that conservationists Joy and George Adamson raised Elsa the lioness. This was well highlighted and made famous in the best-selling book and award winning movie Born Free. Elsa is buried in this park and part of Joy’s ashes were scattered on her grave.

Tourist attractions include views of Mount Kenya, the home of George and Joy Adamson, Adamson Falls and Tana river.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is located in Kenya’s Laikipia County, and is East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary. It’s the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees and holds some of the highest predator densities in Kenya including lions, cheetah, leopard, hyena and wild dogs. It is a mosaic grass plains, wooded grassland, acacia woodland and evergreen Greenland extending over 350 square kilometers. See the big 5 and a combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views of Mount Kenya and the open plains, guaranteeing you an unforgettable safari experience.