Set out in the early morning from camp for a game drive into the wilderness with a skilled guide, experiencing the sights and sound of the bush: the tracks of lion, hyena and rhino; the high pitched alarm call of the guinea fowl; the rich smell of the African earth.  End your adventure with a picnic breakfast in the shade of a spreading acacia tree. Evening game drives followed by sundowners at amazing viewpoints are a daily indulgence that is a safari ritual.  A private dinner in the bush is a magical end to a day in the wild.

Game Viewing from the Lodge

One of the joys of Sirikoi is the busy waterhole right in front of the main deck, making it possible to see a varied array of wildlife without even leaving the lodge.  Elephants are daily visitors, along with buffalo, waterbuck, impala and many others.  Occasionally the peaceful scene is disrupted by the arrival of lion, cheetah or other predators in search of a meal! 

We're extremely excited to announce that we're installing a wildlife hide right next to the very busy waterhole in front of the lodge.  This will give our guests the fascinating (and sometimes nerve-wracking) experience of viewing wildlife at the waterhole from incredibly close range. 

We know this will be welcomed by the large proportion of our clients who are keen wildlife photographers.  The installation will take place when the lodge is closed during November 2016, followed by a grand opening in early December.