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Don’t go without reading the details about this reserve in Kenya on this page.Bisanadi National Reserve acts as a wildlife dispersal area for Meru National Park.
It is a part of the Meru, Kora, Mwingi and Bisanadi conservation area, adjacent to northeast boundary of Meru, Isiolo district, covering an area of 606 square km.
The vegetation is mainly thorn bushland and thicket with combretum prevailing in the north and commiphora in the south. To the west the combretum merges into terminalia wooded grasslands.
The red-flowered parasitic loranthus grows on the branches of acacia reficiens along the rivers. Dense riverine forests of doum palm hyphaene spp. and raffia palm raphia spp.occur along the water courses.
Some riverine swamps have sedges cyperus sp., and grasses echinochloa haplacelada and pennisetum mezianum.
On the plains sehima nervosa, chloris roxburghiana and other species of pennisetum are the dominant grasses.
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Location of Bisanadi National Reserve
Adjacent to north-east boundary of Meru, Isiolo district.
Distance from Nairobi
Size 606 square km
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The climate is hot and dry.
Major Attraction of Bisanadi National Reserve
Wilderness habitat, game viewing, Adamson’s Falls, fishing and boating on River Tana and Rojewero River.
Wildlife in Bisanadi National Reserve
Many species of mammals includinglion, elephant, cheetah,rhino, buffalo, hippos and over 400 species of birds.
Access of Bisanadi National Reserve
Roads: The reserve is readily accessible via Meru National Park, Murera Gate.
Accommodation in Bisanadi National Reserve
There is currently no accommodation in the reserve. Visitors can stay in the adjacent Meru National Park where there are various accommodation options.
Best time to visit Bisanadi National Reserve All year round.
Activities Game viewing, fishing in River Tana, bird watching.