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Sirikoi Lodge

About Sirikoi Lodge, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Situated within the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy next to a thriving waterhole, Sirikoi Lodge places strong emphasis upon eco-tourism and is made from a mixture of stone, wood, canvas and stone. There is also the opportunity to fly to the Sirikoi mobile camp for a few nights which will give you the best chances in which to spot the famous 'Big Five'.

You can even see elephant roaming from the comfort of your sunbed!

Lodge Details

Style

A luxurious, cosy lodge with an intimate atmosphere and a genuine concern for eco-tourism.

Setting

Situated next to Mount Kenya, upon private land within the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy - offering some of the best opportunities for game viewing.

Accommodation & Facilities

All of the four tented rooms are en-suite with their own private outside deck, the vistas are simply breath-taking and you are even able to view game from the comfort of your own tent. The open fire within your tent is lit every evening which creates a calming ambience. The Sirikoi Cottage has two bedrooms and both are en-suite with a free standing bath as well as shower. The communal areas consist of a small kitchen and a seating area next to the fireplace. Sirikoi House consists of three bedrooms, all complete with stunning panoramas of the neighbouring waterhole. It is entirely exclusive and comes complete with its own private safari vehicles and guides.

The lodge places huge emphasis upon sustainability and conservation; this relates to the surrounding environment as well as the wildlife which call it home. Many members of staff are from the local community and send a lot of money back to their villages. The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is dedicated to assisting endangered species; in particular the Black Rhino and the Grevy’s Zebra, there is an opportunity to visit the three baby rhinos who have been rescued and walk with them in the bush.

There is Wi-Fi available throughout the entire camp.

Dining

Sirikoi makes all of its dishes from locally sourced produce, they have their own vegetable garden where 90% of the fruit and vegetables used in meals is from. Dining usually takes place on the outside deck with spectacular views over the neighbouring waterhole.

Activities

Game viewing in this area of Kenya is one of the best in the world; from Sirikoi Lodge you can witness this on foot, by vehicle, on horseback or even on a quad bike. There is also an opportunity to take a helicopter flight over Mount Kenya and even stop off for some fishing in one of the rivers.  

Child Policy

Children of all ages are welcome at Sirikoi and although there are no specific facilities available for children, babysitting can be arranged if parents need some time out. Sirikoi is able to arrange a more child friendly menu and can be flexible with meal times to accommodate the younger guest.

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