Sirikoi Lodge, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya
A Condé Nast Traveler - Gold List, Luxury Lodge or Hotel in Kenya
Laikipia, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Kenya
Per Person Per Night
Sirikoi Lodge is a family-run, award winning eco lodge surrounded by the haunting beauty of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy on the Northern slopes of Mt Kenya. We strive to make our guests feel at home in an area that has an abundance of wildlife including endangered species such as black rhino, white rhino and Grevy’s zebra.
Sirikoi offers fabulous comfort, unmatched wildlife viewing and world class gourmet food in an atmosphere where you feel at one with nature and wildlife. The area is malaria free and has a beautiful spring-like climate almost year round.
Sirikoi offers 3 types of accommodation:
Sirikoi Luxury Tented Rooms
With beautiful views across the lawns towards the waterholes, Sirikoi’s four Luxury Tented Rooms are perfectly positioned to make the most of ‘armchair’ game viewing. Each Tented Room has an outside deck on which to enjoy morning tea or a sundowner, whilst inside the meticulously designed tent another sitting area invites relaxation. Each room is furnished with a large double bed or two single beds and a wardrobe area behind the beds. A fireplace within the tent is lit each evening to warm your room. The en-suite bathroom has both a shower, a free-standing bath (with views!), WC and a double sink.
Sirikoi Cottage has been designed with families or friends traveling together in mind. It can be taken as a completely private and separate unit or as an extension of the main lodge. The Cottage has two bedrooms, each of which has a bathroom boasting a shower, free-standing bath, WC and double sink. Inside the bedrooms, the large bed is flanked by a sitting area and fireplace. A shared central area with small kitchen links the bedrooms and leads out onto a spacious deck from which to enjoy views of the waterhole and beyond.
Sirikoi House is the grandest of Sirikoi’s accommodation options. The House complex includes a master-bedroom cottage, a separate bedroom cottage with two en-suite bedrooms and a central living and dining cottage that has become renowned for its unique positioning and decor. Guests at the House also have access to a private wooden deck built overlooking the wetlands, perfect for private sundowners and meals. Each room in the House is sumptuously decorated with items from around the world. Each bathroom has a shower, free-standing bath, WC and double sink. Sirikoi House is only sold on an exclusive use basis and comes with its own private safari vehicle and guide, as well as chef and team of staff.
Activities at Sirikoi
Our Thoughts on Sirikoi Lodge, Kenya
Sirikoi Lodge has been included in the exclusive Condé Nast Traveler Gold List for the second year in a row as one of their favorite hotels in the world! Definitely a spot to check out for yourself!
Sirikoi Lodge, Kenya Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2020||20th December 2020 - 5th January 2021||Luxury Tents||US $ 1160|
|2020||1st June - 31st August||Luxury Tents||US $ 1110|
|2020||6th January - 31st March, 1st September - 31st October||Luxury Tents||US $ 955|
|2020||1st - 14th April, 16th - 31st May, 1st - 19th December||Luxury Tents||US $ 845|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Sirikoi Luxury Tent rates are per person per night and include: Full board accommodation, airstrip transfer, sundowner & picnic excursion, soft drinks, beers, house wine and selected house spirits, laundry.
Sirikoi House rates are based on 6 guests per night and include: Full board accommodation, airstrip transfer, sundowner & picnic excursion, soft drinks, beers, house wine and selected house spirits, laundry
Costs exclude Conservation fee, champagne, premier spirits and cellar wines, gratuities
Children of all ages are warmly welcome at Sirikoi. Please contact us for child rates.
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