An intimate camp comprising the private Sirikoi House, charming Sirikoi Cottage and four luxury tents, all beautifully stationed along a spring-fed stream in Kenya’s Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Set among luscious green lawns and a shady acacia grove, Sirikoi takes pride in offering a truly exclusive safari experience, complete with superlative service and an impressive menu of activities. Here, in the World Heritage-listed Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Sirikoi’s experienced guides will lead you in search of black and white rhino and what’s known as the ‘northern five’ - reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, Beisa oryx, gerenuk and the Somali ostrich. Leopard, cheetah and lion sightings are also a frequent occurrence on Sirikoi game drives. For those feeling more adventurous, exciting horseback safaris, quad biking and visits to the Ngare Ndare Forest can easily be arranged.
Both booked on an exclusive basis, the three-bedroom Sirikoi House and two-bedroom Sirikoi Cottage come with their own private living room, dining room and veranda for Sirikoi’s signature ‘armchair game viewing’. Rooms are generously sized and beautifully appointed with huge Victorian bathtubs and fireplaces. All accommodation options offer guests the use of exclusive game drive vehicles. The camp’s main deck overlooks a busy natural waterhole often frequented by passing elephants.
Sirikoi, at a glance
- Intimate safari camp surrounded by the award-winning 68,000-acre wilderness of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
- Sleeps just 16 guests in four tented rooms, a two-bedroom cottage and an exclusive-use private house
- Amenities include private decks, Victorian bathtubs, rain showers, organic homemade toiletries and fireplaces
- Main lodge and dining deck overlooking the extensive lawns and Sirikoi wetland
- Farm-to-table dining with meals prepared using produce from the property’s own organic kitchen garden
- Excellent eco-credentials, which includes drawing all its water from a clear mountain spring and running the entire lodge on 100% solar power
For leisure and pleasure
- Guided bush walks alongside morning, evening and night game drives in exclusive, open safari vehicles
- Horseback riding, quad biking safaris, hiking and helicopter excursions
- Cultural visits to the Il Ngwesi community
- Get a glimpse at Lewa’s conservation and anti-poaching work with visits to the Operations Room and Tracker Dog Unit
- Bush meals, sundowners and picnic excursions
- In-room massages and an infinity pool
- Enjoy ‘armchair game viewing’ from the camp’s deck overlooking the waterhole
- Wildlife on the Lewa Conservancy includes many rare species such as the reticulated giraffe, black and white rhino and the world’s largest resident population of Grevy’s zebra