Bisanadi National Reserve
Bisanadi National Reserve covers an area of 606 square km and acts as a wildlife movement area for Meru National Park where the wild animals move freely. The reserve is part of the Mwingi Kora, Meru, and Bisanadi conservation area. The vegetation is mainly thorn bushland and thicket with combretum prevailing in the north and commiphora in the south. The area is mainly thorny bushland and thicket merging into wooded grasslands with dense riverine forests of raffia palm along the watercourses.
The climate of the Reserve is hot and dry
- Wilderness habitat
- Game viewing
- Adamson’s Falls
- Fishing and boating on River Tana as well as on Rojewero River.
Animals that can be spotted within the reserve include cheetah, lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, hippos and over 400 species of birds.
How to get to Bisanadi National Reserve
The reserve can be accessed by road via Meru National Park, Murera Gate.
Where to stay at Bisanadi National Reserve
Currently there is no accommodation within the reserve. Although one can spent the night at the nearby Meru National Park
Best time to Visit Bisanadi National Reserve
The reserve can be toured all year round
- Game viewing
- Fishing in River Tana
- Bird watching
Other Kenya National Parks and Game Reserves
- Mwea National Reserve
- Longonot National Park
- Mount Elgon National Park
- Mombasa Marine Reserve
- Marsabit National Park and Reserve
- Malindi Marine National Park