A Guide To Bisanandi National Reserve
Bisanandi National Reserve is next to the Meru National Park and the border between the two parks is the traditional boundary between the Meru and the Borana people of eastern province, the reserve was opened in September 1979.
Bisanandi National Reserve is located on the border of Meru National Park. Known as ‘Kinna’ the border between Meru and Bisanadi Parks is the traditional division between the Meru and Boran tribes people.
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Bisanandi National Reserve was opened in September 1979 and occupies an area of 606 sq km. As a true wilderness area without any accommodation it is only accessible by 4WD vehicles.
What To Do At Bisanandi National Reserve
Major Attraction – Wilderness habitat, game viewing, Adamson’s Falls, fishing and boating on River Tana and Rojewero River.