“Paradise unspoiled”

In the vast arid wilderness north of Meru National Park lies the Bisanadi National Reserve. This hot and arid bush land is host to many species of mammals including lions, elephants, cheetahs, rhinos, buffalos and over 400 species of birds. Visitors can go boating and fishing on the Tana and the Rojewero rivers and enjoy camping under the stars in this tough but beautiful place.

Key features


Many species of mammals including lion, elephant, cheetah, rhino, buffalo.


Over 400 species of birds

How to get there

Road: The reserve is readily accessible via Meru National Park, Murera Gate


  • Wilderness habitat
  • Game viewing
  • Fishing and boating on River Tana and Rojewero River
  • Camping is available