Sirikoi resembles an eco-chic African home. While Sirikoi Lodge offers a sense of luxury and a high level of service, it manages to be welcoming, comfortable and unpretentious. All the rooms are spacious and tastefully designed, with unique décor touches, a sitting area, big Victorian bathtubs, rain-showers, fireplaces and a private deck.
Sirikoi Lodge is surrounded by 68,000 acres of pure wilderness, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a World Heritage Site. With Kenya’s arid North to one side and the lush foothills of Mount Kenya on the other, Sirikoi Lodge enjoys a beautiful spring-like climate year-round.
Days on the conservancy are as action-packed or as rejuvenating as desired. Sirikoi offers a range of unique and adventurous activities for all ages to experience and explore the wilderness and wildlife.
Guests can enjoy game viewing on morning, evening and night game drives on the conservancy in their own exclusive and open vehicle. Or, in a leather chair on the Sirikoi deck overlooking the busy waterhole and wildlife on the lawns.
The wildlife on Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is abundant and includes many endangered species such as black and white rhino. The conservancy is also home to the largest resident population of Grevy’s zebra in the world.
Families of elephant have carved Sirikoi into their migratory routes and almost daily they can be seen just in front of the Sirikoi dining deck for hours at a time. Sirikoi has always strived to operate in harmony with their beautiful environment.
The lodge runs off solar power, taps all water from a natural spring, uses natural cleaning products and toiletries wherever possible, follows a strict recycling policy and grows their own fruits and vegetables. As a result of these efforts, Sirikoi has been honoured with a Gold level Eco-rating for the last three years running.
The food at Sirikoi Lodge is always thoroughly enjoyed, and the farm-to-table experience is extraordinary. Meals are colourful, fresh and unpretentious. Guests are delighted by the simple and elegant home-style cooking. They are even more surprised when they learn most of the fresh produce comes from – Sirikoi’s own vegetable garden. With spring water feeding the garden, naturally rich soil, organic elephant-dung fertilizer and sunshine, the garden produces an impressive amount of fruits, vegetables and herbs all year round.