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Cottar's 1920's camp, Kenya

Traditional safari camp in Kenya's Masai Mara National Park.
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The high life of the 1920's on safari

South Africa; visit Cape Town's Table Mountain, enjoy the Garden Route before heading off on Safari.
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Guest area at Cottar's camp

Soft furnishings and welcoming service.
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Out on a safari picnic in the Masai Mara

Refreshments in the shade whilst out on safari.

in the rolling plains of the Masai Mara National Park ...

Cottars 1920's Camp

Cottar’s 1920's camp is located on an exclusive concession bordered by the Maasai Mara, the Serengeti and the Loliondo reserves, an area untouched by tourism perfect for the discerning guest.

This luxury safari camp has an authentic feel of a unique bygone era when the word 'safari' was used by the adventurer rather than those enjoying an exclusive safari holiday. Cottar’s will offer you the original spirit and essence of 'safari', reminiscent of a golden era - an era of romance, professional guiding, adventure and elegance all rolled into one.

Cottar's 1920's Safari Camp is situated in a game rich exclusive concession that has been kept a secret for many years. There are no hot air balloons floating overhead, or minibuses on the horizon, in fact there is nothing to disturb your special safari moments and nothing to stop you from being completely captivated by this remarkable location. The area has the added benefit that you’ll be able to enjoy a little driving 'off the road' due to the very low vehicle density of the area, in addition to exciting walking safaris and night drives with spot lights – something that is not permitted in the Masai Mara.

Cottar’s camp is located in a very special part of Kenya a unique wilderness area that flanks the Serengeti National Park in neighbouring Tanzania and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. The area that is home to Cottar’s camp has one of the largest concentrations of terrestrial wildlife on the planet. With the incredible wildebeast, Zebra and plains game cyclic migration that involves over 2.5 million animals the game viewing here is superb. The rolling savannah of high altitude at 6000ft has no fences or man made elements, and it flourishses with animals that have not been trans located or interferred with by man. Cottar’s safari camp is an excellent camp to select for big five sightings.

Cottar’s 1920’s camp accommodates up to twelve clients in authentic billowy white canvas tents, which are spacious and luxuriously furnished and incorporate original safari antiques from the '20's; private en suite dressing rooms and bathrooms (with old-fashioned showers and flushing toilets), the main bedroom and an outdoor veranda.

The camp offers activities that include game drives guided by professionals in either a state of the art modern four wheel drive cars equipped with radios and cool boxes or for those wishing to embrace the bygone era an authentic wooden car. In camp guests can relax in a tented reading room with an extensive array of African and modern books and magazines for those who wish to merely while away an afternoon resting surrounded by the most splendid panorama.

The guided walks and night drives are highly recommended, nothing quite tunes the senses than meeting elephant on foot or the sudden cracking of twigs and moving grasses in the still of night. Separate to the indulgence of excellent game viewing there is also the option of a massage, manicure or pedicure whilst being served a cool glass of wine by you butler.

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Cost per person: 3000 - 4000       4000 - 5000       5000 - 6000       6000+
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