Cottars 1920's Camp

Location: Masai Mara | Kenya

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Step back in time to an era of romance, antique luxury and old world charm at Cottars 1920’s Safari Camp.  Reminiscent of the golden era, the superb service, professional guiding, adventure and elegance bring back the original essence of safari.
Perfect forThose wishing to experience an authentic African safari in traditional 1920's style.
In the knowAsk your butler to draw you a bush bath.  Sip champagne from your tub and enjoy the sun setting over the Masai Mara – not to be missed!

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • Eco-tourism
  • Family-friendly
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview


Situated on the eastern edge of the Masai Mara in an untouched exclusive concession bordering the Serengeti and Loliondo reserves.  The area guarantees privacy and an abundance of wildlife.

Rooms at Cottars 1920's Camp

The camp has ten tents in total, five luxury tents, four family tents and one unique honeymoon tent. The family tents have living rooms with fireplaces to sit by in the evenings and they, along with all the other tents are situated to ensure privacy from other guests whilst having excellent views out over the savannah. The rooms are all designed in its signature 1920’s style with additions such as type writers on the desks, all to try and transport back to a different era.

Food and Facilities

Dine by candlelight in the main mess tent with your other guests while listening to the echo of old tunes from the camp’s antique gramophone.  The food and drink are the only real exceptions to the 1920’s theme as you will find all your meals have delicious modern flourishes added to them. There is also the new addition of a glorious infinity pool and spa for you to use and relax by.

Activities at Cottars 1920's Camp

Cottars is in a private concession, meaning you won’t bump into swarms of tourists on your two daily game drives. Cottars Camp prides itself on the quality of its guides and the game viewing in the area. They currently have the highest number of gold standard guides so expect some fantastic sightings!

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