Segera lies in the high grasslands of the Laikipia Plateau, its six timber and thatch villas raised above a profusion of botanical life to offer views towards Mount Kenya. Each large, en-suite bedroom has a private deck with sun loungers, swing bed and sunken Jacuzzi sunk into the deck outside the bedroom. The recently restored Farmhouse homestead, gracious Segera House and Villa Segera boast even greater privacy and luxury. The main area comprises the Paddock House, Wine Tower and renovated stables, complete with bar and dining room filled with contemporary African art from the Zeitz Collection.
With many extraordinary indoor and outdoor settings, dining at Segera is an unforgettable experience. What’s more, our internationally renowned kitchen delivers delicious healthy meals, created using home-grown, organic and free-range ingredients.
INSIDER’S TIP: Activities are facilitated through an Experience Host and Guide and can be tailor-made to guests’ preferences.
Place: Overlooking snow-capped Mount Kenya, luxurious Segera Retreat is found on Laikipia’s savannah grasslands, home to the second-highest density of wildlife in Kenya. Game drives, nature walks and cultural activities showcase the environment, facilitated by an Experience Host and Guide.
Accommodation: Beautifully renovated stables form the core of the main area, while six large luxurious villas rise on wooden platforms above a profusion of botanical life. The lavish new Farmhouse homestead, Segera House and perfectly-positioned Villa Segera boast even greater privacy and luxury. Throughout, the Retreat and its gardens are filled with selected paintings and other art from amongst Africa’s most inspiring artists from the Zeitz Collection. Other delights include a spa and gym as well as the unique NAY PALAD Bird’s Nest sleep-out. The sumptuous cuisine comprises Segera’s own free-range beef and organic vegetables.
Purpose: Segera is a tangible example of successful multiple land-use efforts and proof that luxury can be sustainable.
Unique Selling Points
- Distinctive camp: design, art, service, 4Cs activities menu
- A relaxing contrast to the migration experience, with a range of activities
- Conservation corridor between western and eastern Laikipia, enabling free movements by elephant, Grevy’s zebra, wild dog