Segera Retreat is located in the central Laikipia Plateau in Kenya, just north of the equator. The property offers spectacular views over the African savannah, with snow-capped Mount Kenya sometimes visible in the distance. Home to a vast array of animal, bird and plant life, Segera provides an important corridor for the migration of elephant and other wide-ranging species.
Accommodation & Facilities
There are eight large, stylish and superbly appointed villas, including a private house and a family villa, accommodating up to 20 guests. Each villa is individually decorated and has an en-suite bathroom with shower, private deck with outside Jacuzzi bath and a sundeck with sun loungers and shaded swings. Segera House has its own garden and plunge pool. There are three dining areas, an art gallery with a fine collection of Kenyan work, a shop, a gym, a wellness centre offering a variety of custom spa treatments, salt water swimming pool and a botanical garden. The Nay Palad Bird Nest is a luxurious treehouse or sleep-out platform, set beside the river in a peaceful part of the reserve, which offers a couple or a family the chance for private romance and adventure.
Wildlife & Activities
Activities at Segera include day and night game drives, picnics and sundowners, a variety of hides and lookout points, guided walks, camel walks, overnight sleepouts and cultural visits. Helicopter trips to Mount Kenya and the Great Lakes can be arranged at additional cost. Wildlife around Segera includes plains zebra, Grevy’s zebra, wild dog, elephant, reticulated giraffe, hippo, lion, leopard, spotted and striped hyena, cheetah and serval. Throughout your stay, you will be able to design each day’s activities with the advice of your on-site host.