Most of the times, when you get stuck in the middle of any natural landscape with nothing else in close distance, you can’t help it but feel intimidated, since anything can happen and any wild creature can suddenly appear. This is not the case with this place. In the NAY PALAD Bird Nest Villa you will feel the warmth of the African wilderness and be amazed by it.
Nay Palad, with the collaboration of architect Daniel Pouzet built this magnificent bird nest villa on the grounds of Segera.
Segera is a 50,000 acre wildlife eco-safari retreat in Kenya that wants all of its guests to feel welcome.
Nay Palad wants its guests to go back in time when things were simpler and humans were a lot closer to nature than they are now.
The house is full hand-crafted objects, which makes the whole atmosphere a lot more friendly.
Carolin Dekeyser is the woman behind the idea of building Nay Palad as a completely hands-crafted project.
Guests are brought to Nay Palad just before sunset, when the nest is lit up with lanterns and champagne and other delicacies are laid out in the open area.
The morning, the guests will enjoy a delivered picnic breakfast, while watching elephants and giraffes gathering at the near river.
The Villa is equiped to sleep two people, but a three or four-member family can be accomodated if two of the members don’t have a problem with sleeping outdoors.
To wake up to the magical sounds of wild animals at play, surrounded by pristine nature as far as the eye can see, this is a place of true, untouched wonderment that teaches us so much about the appreciation of nature.