Easter Safari – Meru National Park, 30 March – 2 April 2018

Date: Friday, March 30- Monday, April 2

Join us for a Easter weekend trip to the least visited Kenyan National Parks- Meru. Blessed with fourteen rivers, Meru National Park is part of a huge protected wilderness of over 6,000 sq km. It has rivers, grasslands, riverine forests with giant raffia palms, wetlands, and kopjes. Lying below 1,000 metres, Meru is pleasantly hot. The park has plenty of game, including the northern species of Grevy’s zebra and reticulated giraffe.

Enroute to Meru we pass through the beautiful Nyambeni Hills. From here you get a bird’s eye view of the plains east of Isiolo. George and Joy Adamson spent several years in Meru and Kora National Parks. Elsa, the lioness, was released in Meru and her grave along with that of Pippa the leopard are also in Meru. Apart from game viewing, activities will include visiting the Elsa’s illusive grave if we can find it!

A KMS safari is not a safari without a challenge.

Cost: 18,500 Ksh for adults; 16,000 Ksh for children

Included: Food, lodging, guide, tips. Carry a picnic lunch for Friday.

Cost excludes Park entry fees, transportation costs, lunch on Monday.

* Please indicate your transportation status when signing up: if you will be driving, if can take passengers, or if need transportation. Van transportation can be arranged if needed.

Deadline: Until group limit is reached or February 25 at the latest.

For more information/full trip itinerary;

Contact: Mobile: +254 724 – 255 299 or 0780 755 231 or info@kenyamuseumsociety.org

Tel: 020 – 2339158

All KMS activities help fund various projects of the National Museums of Kenya




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