Segera, Laikipia, Kenya

Segera Retreat is a Collection Camp

4Cs Projects at Segera Retreat

Owned by Jochen Zeitz, and with the support of the Zeitz Foundation, Segera is at the forefront of change in Kenya; its mission is to achieve a healthy, holistic balance of the 4Cs (Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce).


Acting Today for a Better Tomorrow

Segera spearheads conservation while enhancing the livelihoods of its community through sustainable commercial ventures, education and the support of cultural activities.

Green operating systems

A solar farm has been installed to supply electricity, a waste water recycling process meets all water requirements, waste and recycling programmes are in progress.

Sustainable agriculture and farm-to-table approach

When it comes to dining at Segera a lot of effort goes into our farm-to-table approach. Fresh ingredients are sourced from local farmers throughout the Greater Segera area. What is not grown or raised on our own land is grown on neighbouring farms and ranches, providing a mutually beneficial relationship with local farmers and growers, minimising our carbon footprint and providing vital revenue to, and encouraging sustainable practices for, our Kenyan neighbours now and for the future.

Latest Segera Retreat Album

Submitted by: Jens Kozany, Apr 8, 2015

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Latest News From Segera Retreat

  • Segera Retreat - January 2015
    Feb 10, 2015

    A look back at Segera Retreat’s 2014.

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  • Segera Retreat - October 2014
    Dec 12, 2014

    Segera transformed by the first rains, meeting a bat-eared fox – and 4CTV is launched!

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  • Segera Retreat - September 2013
    Oct 16, 2013

    The Spectator UK goes SegeraRecently, Olivia Cole visited Segera and spent time with the owner. She wrote a lovely article, ending with the following words: “Back home, I wear my beautiful bracelets made by Satubo Women’s...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ The hotel is among the best there is. But what is even more amazing... The conservation work and community development. I highly recommend a stay at Segera. Oh, and of course there is wildlife like I have never seen before in my life. ”
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Reviewed by: Rothaus, 2013.08.30