Cottar's has been providing an incredible safari experience for over 80 years. Cottar's 1920's Safari Camp provides that same luxurious elegant feel that was felt way back when it all began, even taking guests out on game drives in old time vehicles to add to the magic Cottar's provides.
Situated between the Masai Mara, Serengeti and Loliondo reserves in an exclusive concession of 22 000 acres, the camp offers privacy and an abundance of wildlife all seen through the eyes of its highly qualified guides.
Cottar's 1920's Safari Camp offers 6 1920's style tents, 1 honeymoon tent and 4 family tented suites. There is also a private house to accommodate up to 10 guests. The camp has 2 main mess tent areas for fine dining, drinking, reading and relaxing. In the pool and spa area guests can relax after a game drive. Guests can also enjoy a safari bath or safari shower specifically set up in the savannah should they wish for a genuinely unique way of bathing!
Fly into the Keekerok airstrip which is about 1.5 hour's drive from the camp. Alternatively Cottar's also has a private airstrip for private charters from any origin and this is a 10 min drive from the camp.
Day and night game drives, guided bush walks (which cannot be done outside of a private concession), river swimming and fishing, balloon safaris, bush meals, sundowners, camp fires and massage.
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Review of Cottar's 1920's Safari Camp
Absolutely outstanding. The most important thing were the people, who were lovely, especially our guide, John, and spotter, Sesini. At camp Tanna (camp manager for the week), Ken our helper and Francis and team were wonderful. Feels like we were making friends not being on holiday.
The setting is stunning and everything was beautiful. The honeymoon tent was magical and we were made to feel so special and looked…
Terrific! Elegant but not pretentious, Calvin Cotter is a living legend and his team are now our friends: Douglas, Francis, Richard etc. Luxury hotel service and setting, but much more: a noble cause of nature conservation and support to local communities. Plus the thrill of an unfenced camp, with animals roaming freely and your own Masai security. Unique.
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