Cottars 1920s Camp

The award-winning Cottar’s 1920s Camp is situated in the 7608-acre private Olderkesi Conservancy bordering the famous ‘seventh’ natural wonder of the world, the Maasai Mara in Kenya and the Tanzania Serengeti game reserve. Owned and managed by the oldest established and continuing safari family in Africa it extends an era of luxury and quality and returns to the original spirit and essence of ‘safari’. 

The Cottar family have been providing safaris for more than 100 years and focuses on providing an authentic and individualized safari experience and supporting an ongoing legacy of wilderness, wildlife, comfort and security and honoring a balance between conservation, prosperous commerce, community and culture.

The 1920s Camp provides the romance of safari under cream canvas tents, the style of the bygone era of the twenties, while at the same time supplying the amenities required by today’s modern world travellers and professional guides whose qualifications are some of the highest in Africa.

Activities offered include:

  • Day and Night game drives
  • Bush Walks
  • Impact Activities
  • Swimming Pool time
  • Running with a Maasai Warrior
  • Local School visit
  • Swimming at the Waterfall (seasonal)
  • Maasai Warrior School (all ages)
  • Traditional canvas bush bath
  • Maasai Singing and Dancing

To learn more about what they have to offer, visit their official website, their Facebook page, and their Instagram page.