Sirai House is a ultra-luxury exclusive house in Lailipia, Kenya. Stay on exclusive occupancy basis starting with 3 nights. The house can accommodate up to 12 guests in six sumptuous suites spread across four cottages. The house affords guests all the facilities associated with a world-class resort, with the cocoon-like ambience and seclusion of a private home – set in a flourishing game conservancy.
Fly from Nairobi Wilson Airport to neighboring Lewa Downs Conservancy and drive to Sirai House for approximately an hour. Borana is a four-hour drive from Nairobi and a one-hour drive from the town of Nanyuki.
The suites have its own heated plunge pool, cinema, clay tennis court, boules pitch, gym, running track, ping pong and billiard tables. The private cellar houses over 3,000 bottles of wine and Champagne from many of the world’s most prestigious vineyards.
The private reserve adjoins Lewa Conservancy. Sirai has its own watering hole and hide for game viewing in situ. Borana is home to the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhino), cheetah, giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, wildebeest, wild dog, hyaena, baboon, oryx, impala and eland (to name a few) plus diverse and abundant birdlife. Take flying safaris, go trout fishing, take forest walkway and platform viewing at Ngare Ndare Forest, visit Lewa Downs Wildlife Conservancy.
Walking safaris, led by the guides, are a great opportunity to appreciate the finer details of the bush (not suitable for children under 12). Try mountain biking led by an experience guide with a backup vehicle driving nearby.
Sirai House operates as a stud dedicated to breeding Boerperd x Friesian and South African thoroughbred horses. Riding safaris can be arranged for experienced riders able to mount and dismount unaided (not allowed for novice riders).
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Ol Pejeta Conservancy is home to Kenya’s largest population of Black Rhino, considerable numbers of elephant, cheetah lion, leopard and plentiful plains game. There are also a number of rare Northern species like Grevy Zebra, Jacksons Hartebeest and Beisa Oryx and the almost extinct Northern White Rhinos. The Conservancy lies on the equator and has Mt Kenya as a stunning backdrop.View full itinerary