Offbeat Meru Camp is a small twelve bed traditional semi-permanent luxury camp located just outside Meru National Park in Bisanadi National Reserve.The camp prides itself on providing guests with an exclusive experience in a remote wildlife area. Offbeat Meru Camp is small and exclusive, meaning that service is highly personal. The camp has six luxury tents, all with en suite shower rooms, flushing loos, huge beds and internal lighting.
Accommodation and Meals
Set above Bisanadi River, Offbeat Meru Camp comprises of 6 large tents of 3 are twins and 3 are doubles. Each tent is furnished with a large iron bed, en suite bucket shower, wash basin and flush toilet. There is a large sitting room equipped with library, comfortable sofas, writing table and bar. Hearty English breakfasts with home baked break, light lunches and sumptuous four course dinners are all prepared with fresh local produce. Dining is informal and served in the mess tent or around the campfire. The camp also boasts a lovely swimming pool.
Activities at Offbeat Meru Camp include day and night game drives, bush walks, visits to the local Boran Communities, bush breakfasts and sundowners. Alternatively guests can relax around the pool watching the game drink from the river below them.
Meru National Park
Meru National Park is probably less famous than some of Kenya’s other national parks. But with a wide variety of landscapes including savannah, swamps and riverine forests, it provides excellent game viewing opportunities. Leopard, cheetah, lion, elephant, black and white rhino are some of the game you will spot while exploring the park. Meru National Park is also home to giraffe, zebra, hartebeest, dik dik, impala and hyena to name a few. The area is also excellent for bird watching. Kingfisher, starling, Pelas fishing owl and bee-eaters are some of the birds you will find while exploring Meru National Park.