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Meru 

Meru is the 8th largest City in Kenya, located in Eastern part of Kenya on the North East slopes of Mt Kenya and 5 miles north of equator.

Agricultural and educational centre for North East Kenya

It is populated by the Ameru people. It is a business agricultural and educational centre for North East Kenya. Coffee, timber, tea and dairy products are produced in Meru.

It is also a prime growing area, for miraa (khat) and its preferred by farmers because it is financially lucrative to produce.

Jumping-off place for Samburu and Buffallo Springs Reserves, Lewa Downs and the Meru National Park

Meru is the jumping-off place for Samburu and Buffallo Springs Reserves, Lewa Downs and the Meru National Park. There are a number of classy hotels too in this town.

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It is a business agricultural and educational centre for North East Kenya. Coffee, timber, tea and dairy products are produced in Meru. Meru is the jumping-off place for Samburu and Buffallo Springs Reserves, Lewa Downs and the Meru National ParkThere are a number of classy hotels too in this town.

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