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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  • Segera Offers the Ultimate Wellness Retreat in the Heart of Laikipia
  • April 17th, 2014

Situated in Kenya’s Laikipia Plateau on 20 000 hectares (50 000 acres) of protected land serving as a vital migratory corridor for species like elephant, Segera offers the ultimate health and wellness retreat for guests committed to the conservation of nature, as well as to the conservation of self – mind, body and spirit.

  • April 7th, 2014

Abu was listed as one of Tourism Update’s 10 Exclusive-Access Experiences :

 

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  • 207 hatchlings on North – Ianka Van Wyk
  • February 11th, 2014

My first hatchling sighting, on Saturday 207 hatchlings made their way to the ocean [...]

  • Patas Monkeys feeding outside the retreat
  • February 4th, 2014

Today our guides Jackson and David have spotted the Patas Monkeys between the staff [...]