Check Out The World's First Five-Star Bird Nest.
If every fiber of your being is hollering at you to take a break and go on vacation, then head on down to Kenya and enjoy a safari adventure. Not only will you get to have the best experience that Africa has to offer, but you'll get the ultimate vacation retreat that's literally for the birds. The Segera region lies between Mount Kenya just to the east and on the west, you'll find the magnificent Great Rift Valley. But you might not want to leave your room when you see what Segera Retreat and Nay Palad have come up with the provide you with the most incredible sleep-out retreat ever.
You'll sleep as peacefully as a baby bird at the Nay Palad's Segera resort.
It's built right smack in the middle of Laikipia, one of Kenya's most popular and sought-after safari locales. But don't be surprised if a bird swoops in and sits on the giant bird's nest above your head.
The interior of the bird's nest is as luxurious as a five-star hotel.
It comes complete with a king-sized bed, plenty of pillows and lanterns for when the sun goes down. But the 360-degree cylindrical design also allows you to witness the most amazing view of the wilderness.
The structure was designed using raw material and local craftsmanship.
Aside from farmed wood, tree branches have been interwoven to provide the tremendous look of a giant nest. So, why not sleep on the top or at least do a bit of sunbathing during the day and stargazing in the evening?
You don't even have to leave the resort to enjoy the surrounding plains.
As a guest, you can enjoy the beauty of the wilderness from the top deck, aka the Nest. Who knows, you might even catch the refurbished biplane seen in the movie "Out Of Africa" flying around.
You don't have to go far to find the nearest body of water either.
The nest was built near a river, which is perfect if you're looking to take some photos of the natural wildlife here. The river tends to attract elephants and giraffes to this location, which every nature lover will love.
Page 1 of 2Next ›