A passion for wildlife and commitment to conservation and community development are at the heart of the Sirikoi philosophy. At Sirikoi they don’t just talk about conservation – they live it. They are surrounded by, and directly support one of the most iconic and successful wildlife conservancies in the world , the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which not only protects iconic wildlife species, but also directly improves the lives of communities in the area.

 

Lewa is internationally renowned as an innovative model for the conservation of wildlife and habitats, including endangered species such as black rhino and Grevy’s zebra. A key to this success is engagement with local communities, achieved through the initiation and support of community conservation and development programmes, and the education of neighbouring communities in the value of wildlife.

Together with the generous help of their guests, Sirikoi contributes significant amounts towards Lewa’s conservation, community, education and health projects. Their guests have the unique opportunity to see conservation in action:to go behind the scenes at Lewa’s headquarters, to experience first-hand how conservation and anti-poaching really work. Guests are shown around the operations room and tracker dog unit, have the opportunity to meet members of the anti-poaching team, and may also like to visit Lewa’s health clinic or one of the schools supported by the education programme.

“It’s an exceptional location, you're surrounded by 68,000 acres of World Heritage Wilderness”

"We support the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and all that they are working on from wildlife, the environment, and medical and education programs. Collecting conservancy fees from guests and promoting their behind the scenes tours. We also support the Manyangalo and Mutuniyi communities with tree planting, organic farming practices, feeding programs, employment and training.”

Willie and Sue Roberts
  • #1 Luxury Resort in the World 2019
  • Kenya’s Leading Safari Lodge 2019
  • Incredible wildlife including rare and endangered animals, immersed in nature and offering adventurous activities
  • Elegant charm and unrivalled exclusivity
Rooms
Four luxury tents with private decks and views onto the lawn leading out onto the wetland and waterhole., sold separately.
Rooms
The Cottage - two ensuite rooms with a private living and dining room, kitchen and deck, for four guests sold exclusively.
Rooms
The Private House - three ensuite rooms with a private living and dining room, kitchen and deck, for six guests sold exclusively
Bathrooms
Each room has an ensuite bathroom with hot water and flush toilets
Dinning
Private dining available at the cottage and private house, both communal and private tables available on the ledges wooden deck for all options.
Extras
Organic garden, Gift shop, Infinity pool
Caters To
Families, couples, single travellers or small groups

Supports

Activities

  • Game drives in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy
  • Bush Walks
  • Conservation in action- Guests are encouraged to explore Lewa Wildlife Conservancy’s “behind the scenes” operations
  • These activities are additional and incur an extra cost:
  • Walking the canopy bridge, diving into the blue glacial pools in the Ngare Ndare Forest;
  • Helicopter excursions up Mount Kenya fly-fishing, or up North to explore the lakes of flamingos, desert and rocky outcrops
  • Horse riding across the Lewa plains