Lewa Downs Conservancy, tented camp Sirikoi, I stayed here just for 2 nights. The camp is extremely friendly, inviting and intimate place with very friendly people and staff. During my stay, there were only a total 3 people in the camp. Because for me the main attraction during the trip to Kenya is to see the animals, the quality of the guide is paramount. I had opportunity to go for a drive with Mr. B, don’t know his full name and he was terrific. If you have opportunity to ask for a specific spotter, request him. My other, guides were Leggy, who was driving and spotting and Peter who just looked good, but did very little. I would not recommend these guys because I did not see much while driving with them. The camp is very pleasant, the camp managers, 2 young brothers, make you feel welcome. The lodge is decorated with their family photos and you feel like a member of the family. Dinner is at a large family table and conversation is easy and lively where everyone is participating telling travel stories with white rhinos grasing on the grass just outside the dining room. And to make the stay even more attractive, the family who runs/owns the camp adopted an orphaned baby reticulated giraffe that I had a privilege of seeing and petting. Very highly recommend, 5 stars, here is a link to their site:http://www.sirikoi.com/ and please note, it really looks like this, no trick photography needed.
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