Sirikoi is a small family-owned luxury safari camp and lodge overlooking a game-rich water hole in a private area of the 250-square-kilometer Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The camp is beautifully luxurious yet homely, unpretentious, extremely well-run (many of the staff have been with the camp and family for years), and in a fabulous location.
The camp only has four tented rooms, plus a two-bedroom cottage and a new three-bedroom house ideal when used by families or groups of friends. Each is set among beautifully manicured lawns shaded by acacia trees.
All the accommodations and main areas overlook a large natural watering hole with a small salt lick - frequented by animals – so you can enjoy the wildlife here while sitting on the deck, drink in hand. The camp is cleverly and invisibly fenced to keep the giraffe and elephant from destroying their trees. Still, a friendly giraffe has managed to get inside the grounds and is now semi-resident! Overlooking the water-hole is a sizeable shaded deck where perfect breakfasts and lunches are served. Dinner is served on the deck next to a roaring campfire. Next to this is a large infinity pool (with plenty of comfortable loungers) that faces the watering hole.