Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
Sirikoi Lodge is located in a private 7000 acre area which forms part of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Basking on the banks of the Sirikoi River the lodge has some of the best game viewing in this entire area. The camp looks out onto a permanent water hole and small salt lick that attracts a wide variety of animals.
The camp is shaded by some beautiful trees which are protected from Giraffe and Elephant by a nearly invisible fence around the camp. The fence does not stop other wildlife from wandering through though and Buffalo, Zebra and other game are common sightings within the camp.
While the lodge provides a luxurious safari experience it still has a very homely feel to it. The main guest area is large, thatched and has a bar and lounge with a shaded deck for some al fresco dining day or night. There is a swimming pool close by for the warmer parts of the day.
The four tented suites at Sirikoi are all angled to provide the best views of the waterhole. The two closest to the main area are not as private and are all identical in their design. The bowl designed chairs on the front deck are great for armchair game viewing during siesta time. The tents can have a double or twin beds with side tables and a water decanter. The en-suite bathrooms are beautiful with organic amenities and plenty of space, bath and views out over the bush.
An indoor fireplace for the cooler months make these tents very cozy.
The two bedroomed cottage is situated away from the main area making it private and very intimate. The rooms are both en-suite and there is a living and dining area with TV. The cottage is ideal for families or two couples traveling together who prefer a little privacy and their own schedule.
There is also a large deck for outdoor dining and relaxing during the day.
The tree bedroomed house is completely independent of the main lodge with a very spacious living area and private deck. All the rooms are en-suite and there is a separate kitchen. Guests can choose to dine alone or join other guests at the main lodge for their meals.
Read more about the Lewa Conservancy here.