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All about the Best Ranked Resort in the world, Kenya’s Sirikoi Lodge

Sirikoi Lodge
Written by See Africa Today

Tucked deep in the savannahs of Laikipia, Sirikoi Lodge – a small tented camp –  is Kenya’s gem sitting in the vast Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Sirikoi Lodge oozes opulence coupled by wonderful views of Kenya’s wild from the comfort of beautifully decorated tented rooms. It is against this backdrop that   Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards recently named Sirikoi Lodge ‘Best Resort in The World’ and ‘Best Safari Property in Africa’. For three years in a row, Sirikoi Lodge has won a gold medal in the eco-friendly category for its efforts towards conserving wildlife and the environment.

Sirikoi Lodge

Siriikoi Lodge in Kenya. [Photo by beyondkenyasafaris.com]

The lodge taking up a couple of acres at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy came to be after its establishment by a British couple, Willie and Sue Roberts. Sirikoi is an elegant charm where you will have your leisure time surrounded by incredible wild animals chomping grass around the facility.

Buffalos and giraffes are in particular, a common sight around the lodge while wild dogs and herds of elephants pass by the lodge’s front every day. The lodge offers an exquisite 3-bedroom house with a modern touch but an African feel. There are also two-and-four-bedroom well-set tents.

Sirikoi Lodge

Sirikoi Lodge in Laikipia. [Photo by Beyondkenyasafaris.com]

Sirikoi Lodge

Sirikoi Lodge in Laikipia. [Photo by Beyondkenyasafaris.com]

Sirikoi, through Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, takes its guests for games drives around the park which has some of the world’s endangered animals such as the reticulated giraffe, black and white rhino. Additionally, Lewa has the highest population of Grevy’s zebras in the world.

A luxury tent per night will cost from $260 to $2650 for Sirikoi House with a capacity of 6 people.

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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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