Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp
Cottar’s 1920’s Safari Camp is situated in a 22,000 acre concession on the eastern edge of Kenya’s Masai Mara, bordering the Loita Hills, and the Serengeti and Loliondo reserves in Tanzania. The camp was first opened in the 1920’s by the Cottar family, and it has passed down the generations to Calvin Cottar who now owns it.
Accommodation & Facilities
Cottar’s Camp accommodates a maximum of 28 guests in nine authentic and spacious pale canvas safari tents, which are all luxuriously furnished with 1920s campaign-style furniture. Four tents have two bedrooms separated by a lounge to accommodate families, and one is specifically designed for honeymooners. Each has an en-suite bathroom and private verandah. The camp has two large mess tents, each with a dining room, lounge and bar, and a spa and a large swimming pool where guests can enjoy a refreshing dip.
Wildlife & Activities
Cottar’s has some of the finest guides in Kenya, and in one of the best wildlife viewing areas in the world a truly memorable safari is guaranteed. As well as night and day wildlife drives in an open 4×4 vehicle, fishing, walking safaris, electric bike bush rides, visits to the local Masai communities, and swimming in a natural plunge pool are all activities that can be enjoyed at Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp.