Segera Launches the NAY PALAD Bird Nest

Segera and NAY PALAD have joined forces to launch the one-of-a-kind Bird Nest at Segera Retreat in Kenya – arguably one of the most innovative and luxurious sleep-out experiences in Africa.     

Built alongside a river teeming with wildlife, the NAY PALAD Bird Nest provides a breathtaking escape in the heart of Laikipia – one of Kenya’s most iconic safari locations. Renowned for its sheer luxury and bespoke service, Segera, a Wilderness Safaris Premier camp, focuses on creating the most intimate and private experiences for its guests; the new NAY PALAD Bird Nest provides just that, and more.

Perched above the treetops overlooking a river and endless plains, the Bird Nest is a new concept of nesting and sleeping like a bird – above the ground, with literally a 360 degree bird’s eye-view of this beautiful wilderness. The entire nest structure is built and designed from raw materials, such as farmed wood and actual tree branches which have been woven into a nest by local community members. The interior suite features all the trimmings guests could hope for, such as a fully-equipped bathroom with running water (solar heated) and a flushing toilet.

The Bird Nest is a collaboration between Segera and Carolin Dekeyser, founder of NAY PALAD (creator of artisanal objects and magical destinations), both of whom envisioned a peaceful jewel at the very heart of the natural world. With architect Daniel Pouzet’s imaginative approach to design bringing their idea of a bird nest to life, they have created an inspiring living space unlike anything else in the world.