Located in the heart of the Laikipia plateau on a 20,000 hectare private wildlife sanctuary, Segera is positioned in the path of one of the main migratory corridors for elephant and offers guests phenomenal game viewing opportunities. The six private thatch and timber Villas are all built on raised platforms above the beautifully landscaped botanical gardens, with breath-taking views of the surrounding plains and Mount Kenya. With large bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, the elegant and stylish designs offer everything from swing beds, sun loungers and private in-built Jacuzzi's, Segera offers a retreat to relax at the end of a dusty day on safari.
While the game viewing is excellent, Segera is unique in its cultural credentials. The lodge is home to Jochen Zeitz, the founder of the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town and beautiful examples of modern sculpture and paintings are on show in the botanical gardens, stables and Paddock House.
A stay at Segera directly supports the lodge's core projects which include a solar farm, education initiatives, beading co-operatives and a successful all-female anti-poaching rangers academy. All rooms are solar powered, grey water is re-used for irrigation, and waste is recycled or composted to fertilise the organic garden.