What is Wilderness Collection?

The Wilderness Collection is a hand-picked portfolio of progressive and innovative destinations in iconic areas of Africa and its islands.
All of the destinations share a philosophy of building environmental, social and financial equity and of raising global awareness around sustainability.

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Our Philosophy

The Wilderness Collection is a hand-picked portfolio of progressive and innovative destinations in iconic areas of Africa and its islands. All of the destinations share a philosophy of building environmental, social and financial equity and of raising global awareness around sustainability.

Refined and elegant, each location is dedicated to unashamed, but sustainable, luxury and exceptional guest experiences. From the barefoot opulence of North Island, to the architectural sophistication and elephant ambassadors of Abu Camp, the rainforest discovery and lowland gorilla encounters of Odzala and the cultural journey and modern conservation concept of Segera, the Wilderness Collection is firmly rooted in striving to provide truly unique and authentic experiences for our guests.

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Wilderness Collection Blog

  • Adventure into the Congo
  • September 17th, 2014

Congophile photographers Andrew Howard and Chris Roche share some more of their Odzala images. 

  • The beautiful “mirage” that is Segera Retreat
  • September 17th, 2014

Even more beautiful in reality! 

  • Latest updates on the important community and wildlife work being undertaken by the Zeitz Foundation and Segera Retreat in Laikipia
  • September 10th, 2014

Welcome to the September 2014 edition of the Zeitz Foundations Laikipia Programme Newsletter, which shares information about the work that the Zeitz Foundation, Segera and our partners are doing throughout Laikipia.

  • Odzala Kokua National Park
  • September 9th, 2014

Roger & Pat de la Harpe’s blog about their recent adventures and discoveries in Odzala, Congo.