Lewa Downs, Kenya
Sirikoi is a beautiful lodge set in a peaceful glade within the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The lodge comprises a mix of luxurious tented rooms and a couple of small private residences. Lewa offers some of the best game viewing in Northern Kenya.
At a Glance
Ride on horseback through the bush and have an unparalleled opportunity to get close to wildlife
Learn first-hand about local customs, culture and the daily lives of the Maasai with a visit to the Il Ngwesi community
Take a guided walk within the protected Ngare Ndare forest, accompanied by an experienced ranger
Cool off in the infinity swimming pool
Sit on the deck and watch the animals come in to drink at the waterhole
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Formerly known as Willie’s Camp, this is arguably one of the finest camps in Kenya. Sirikoi has been designed and built with the detail and attention that has come from years of experience running customized safaris in East Africa. At Sirikoi the spacious living and dining area, infinity swimming pool and veranda deck are set within extensive lawns, scattered acacia trees and overlooking a natural waterhole where wild animals frequently visit to wallow and drink.
The camp has four luxury tented rooms which overlook the waterhole. Beautifully furnished with soft throws, relaxing arm chairs and even a roll top bath, these tented rooms offer the perfect place to relax and soak in the surrounding wilderness.
Sirikoi Cottage comprises two ensuite bedrooms with an adjoining living area in between. With its own private kitchen and outdoor deck with fire place, guests can be as private as they like and take meals here or join guests at the main lodge and share stories around the camp fire.
Sirikoi House is ideal a small group or family traveling together and taken on an exclusive basis with private chef, guide and team of staff. The house is split into three main areas comprising a master bedroom cottage, a large central living and dining area and a separate two-bedroom cottage to the right. The rooms are large and sumptuously decorated, all overlooking manicured gardens and wetlands beyond - the perfect place for private sundowners or dinners.
The style of the camp is in keeping with the unrivalled hospitality of Sirikoi. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has had a pioneering role in conservation, the incredible array of game is testament to this. The beautiful landscape varies from rolling hills to the thick Ngere Ndare forest. Lewa holds 12% of Kenya's black rhino population and the largest single population of the endangered Grevy zebras in the world.
As well as walking and game drives there are also horse safaris. A new activity at Sirikoi (which must be prearranged) gives guests the opportunity to book a few nights at a specially developed mobile camp which can be set up at remote locations throughout Kenya, from the dry bush of Samburu to the forests of the Matthews Range to the shores of Lake Turkana. The camps are set up for you and you can join by road, plane or helicopter.
Sirikoi has its own extensive vegetable garden supplying the camp’s kitchen, which produces excellent food.
The camp has four luxury tents, each built on a platform with a private veranda overlooking the waterhole. Each have their own fireplace with armchairs and an elegant bathroom with a Victorian bath and a shower. There are two further traditional tents with en-suite showers which are usually reserved for guides.
In a private corner of camp there is a secluded two-bedroom cottage, made from wood, thatch and stone with a large deck area. The cottage has its own kitchen, dining room and living space so that you can be totally independent if you wish.
There is also a self-contained three-bedroom house that can sleep up to six people in stunning style and comfort. It has its own kitchen, dining room and living spaces. Guests also have their own chef, driver and guide.
The four luxury tents are raised on a private veranda overlooking the waterhole. Each have their own fireplace with armchairs and an elegant bathroom with a Victorian bath and a shower.
Sirikoi Cottage comprises two ensuite bedrooms with an adjoining living area in between.
The house sleeps six and is split into three main areas comprising a master bedroom cottage, a separate two-bedroom cottage and a large separate central living and dining area.
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.
Sirikoi has a lovely infinity swimming pool and veranda deck set within extensive lawns, scattered acacia trees and overlooking a natural waterhole where wild animals frequently visit to wallow and drink. Sirikoi has its own extensive vegetable garden supplying the camp’s kitchen, which produces excellent food.
With the use of a plane or helicopter there are many places that become accessible from Sirikoi. From camp the activities include bush walks and day and night game drives with skilled and experienced locals to guide you. Bush picnics and dinners can be arranged, as well as horse riding, fishing and trips to visit the local community.
Location & Directions
Lewa Downs, Kenya
Sirikoi is a spectacular lodge situated on private land and surrounded by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, on the northern slopes of Mount Kenya. Set in a shady acacia grove and overlooking a natural waterhole fed from a mountain spring.
When to go
Sirikoi is closed in April & November.
The main season is in January and February, when the weather is hottest and driest. At this time, the animals in the wildlife parks tend to congregate more around the watercourses, making them easier to spot.
Northern and eastern Kenya temperatures vary from highs of up to 40°C during the day to less than 20°C at night. Rainfall in this area is sparse and, when it does occur, is often in the form of violent storms. July is usually the driest month, and November the wettest.