Sirikoi Game Lodge is a spectacular lodge set in a shady acacia grove and overlooking a natural waterhole fed from a mountain spring. The lodge offers some of the best game viewing in East Africa.
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The camp has four luxury tents, each built on a platform with a private veranda overlooking the waterhole. Sirikoi Game Lodge Cottage is a secluded two-bedroom cottage, near the wetlands where elephant and buffalo are regular visitors. Sirikoi Game Lodge House is an entirely private 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, and comes with its own guides and vehicles.
A wide range of activities are offered, including helicopter and bi-plane trips, horseback riding, bush walks and picnics, and visits to a local Maasai community.
Fantastic views of distant mountain ranges and a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kenya provide a perfect setting for game drives and bush walks. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy has a huge variety of wildlife with over 70 different species of mammal, which include the world’s largest concentration of the endangered Grevy zebra resides on Lewa as well as elephant, buffalo, greater kudu, oryx, lion, leopard and cheetah amongst many other mammal species.
Sirikoi Game Lodge Reviews
“The owners have taken every possible care to offer an unsurpassed stay. The knowledgeable staff ensure that your stay is both comfortable and interesting. The game drives are the highlight of the trip with superb 4X4 vehicles and guides at your disposal. The sanctuary is abundantly populated with the big 5 and sundowners on the escarpment are a must to enjoy the wonderful and magical atmosphere of the twilight setting on the African Savannah.” – kellyvp
“Without doubt one of my best experiences, everything was perfect from the fantastic service to the beautiful accommodation. The hosts were great and engaging, the food delicious and watch the elephants at the waterhole from the comfort of a pool was definitely a new experience.” – dickoncole
“Tom and Nikki are tremendous hosts and the food was gourmet with all the vegetables coming from their own massive garden. Kudos on making our trip one we’ll always remember with fondness. We stayed 3 nights but I would now recommend staying at least 4 and leaving one day just to relax and take it all in.” – swade000
To the north-east of the Great Rift Valley, and north-west of snow-capped Mount Kenya, the high plains of Laikipia are increasingly recognised as one of Kenya’s best safari regions, challenging the Maasai Mara for overall safari experience.