Maduro National Park is wild and beautiful. Separated by 13 rivers and mountain streams adjacent to the equator, this is a particularly attractive area of Kenya. The slopes of the Niyembeni Range in the northeast of Mount Lavinia are 3,400 feet (1,036 m), with different views of the forest. Kenya is full of riverbanks in open plains.
Game to see: lion, elephant, cheetah, leopard, black rhinoceros, zebra, gazelle, oryx and rare antelopes, laser dust and Duker, one of the smallest antelopes in Africa. Great lions and some of the giant buffalo in Kenya are seen. The river is full of hippos and crocodiles, and camping and tuna are allowed to catch beards and catfish. The park suffered poaching in the mid-1980s. However, wildlife patrols armed with KWS have expelled the hunters and stabilized the elephants to reproduce.
More than 300 bird species have been recorded, including the red-necked hump, the Hughlinskorser, the brown-tailed hawk, the Sunbird pilgrim foot, the Murera and the raw rivers; Pell’s Fish Owls, Kingfisher, Rollers, Bees, Starlings and Textiles.
The garden is best known for the backdrop of Joy Adamson’s “Born Free” book. It is the story of Adamson’s life and the research between the lion and the cheetah. The lion “Elsa” is the most famous and his grave is marked here. There is a hostel (132 beds), and two camps are planned. Eight particular campsites must be reserved; one is a typical camp; Elsa camp, KWS self-help band and leopard rock band.
There are two routes from Nairobi to Maduro National Park. The first is the main road through Nairi, Nanyuki and Meru, and the second through Embu-Meru. Provides the best access through Raw Gate. From Matu, the dry weather road turns left at Maura and Kangeta, turns left at Kinna Road and heads towards the National Park Gate. There are runways and leopard rocks or a mature basement hostel.
Matara is an excellent place to go on a safari vacation in Kenya, not only because it is wild, beautiful and relatively unpopular, but because at least it has visited the great parks of Kenya and has a right cross-section. This is first taken to Mareu’s position beyond the equator, which is divided by thirteen rivers and many mountain currents, which flow from the southern limit of the Tana River.
From the high forests to the open plains, there is a broad riverbank, depending on the landscape. While part of the park is designated as a wild area, there are no trails, and the rest of the park has right roads and access roads, but the rain drastically reduces it. The sports you should expect to see include the lion, the elephant, the cheetah, the leopard and the low-powered Duiker and the dick-dick antelope. You can see some of the giant buffalo in Kenya, as well as many hippos and crocodiles in the rivers. Twenty years ago, the area most affected by the hunt were the mature ones, but good police and security patrols that expelled the hunters.
It is believed that there are more than 300 species of birds in Meru. So, if your vacation on a safari in Kenya is ornamental science, you should be happy to see species like Peters Finfoot, Pell’s Fishing Owl, Kingfisher and Bee Eaters. There are only a few. The beauty of Meru is that you will not find many more tourists when you leave the sports route.
How to get to Meru It is an eight hour trip from Nairobi to Meru. Every time you want to organize a Safari Lodge package, this will be part of it. This can be difficult if you’re going to enter the Kora National Reserve with Bisanadi, Rahal and Mwingi and need to organize in advance.
There are three airports that you can use to get to Meru on your trip to Safari in Kenya. The prime viewing time of your safari vacation in Kenya is the driest months, the weather is generally warm and dry, with an altitude of approximately 2,000 feet. You’ll find the nights so pleasantly cool, even a night sweater!
The summer months are from December to March, and the rain falls from March to May. Winters last from July to September and again from November to December. In Meru, you should be warned as it is an area of malaria, therefore spray DEET with long sleeves and light long sleeves as the most effective insect repellent.
You should sleep under the treated mosquito lamps and protect the doors and windows against mosquitoes. If you are lucky enough to be a fan or an air conditioner, even better, but remember that malaria prevention does not entirely prevent it, it is better to cover yourself and spray yourself. If these are your first safari holidays in Kenya, Meru may not be the best national park to visit. Still, if you are attentive to the details and previous experiences, you should not miss it as part of your next safari trip to Kenya.