Founded in 1919, Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp has 100 reasons to celebrate as they gear up for their centenary year in 2019.
After 100 years of being a top-notch lodge, Cottar’s has certainly perfected the art of the safari. Encompassing an essence of elegance and classy adventurism from a bygone era, guests get to live out an experience comparable to a scene from “Out of Africa”. However, that doesn’t mean that the Cottar’s team are sitting back and riding on their past. Far from it. After all, you don’t become Africa’s leading luxury villa by getting complacent. Rather, Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp has lots of new offering up their sleeves for 2019.
Walk Back in Time with Cottar’s
Photo by Partime Travellers
To celebrate 100 years on safari with the Cottar family, Cottar’s has put together this adventurous itinerary through Kenya.
13 nights hosted by gold level guide Calvin Cottar for 8 people. This includes 3 nights in Tsavo East National Park, 3 nights in Meru National Park, 3 nights in Marsabit at Lake Paradise, and 4 nights in the Masai Mara at Cottar’s 1920s Camp.
3rd October to 16th October 2019 and 19th October to 1st November 2019.
Cottar’s New Fly Camp
The Cottar team are proud to introduce the Cottar’s Fly Camp. The Fly Camp has been designed for those that want to get back to being at one with nature, within a more simple but ample tented, exclusive mobile camp – as it was done in the early 1900s.
This experience is ideal for those who want the exhilaration of a night in the bush, who are prepared to sleep in small tents with an element of “simple luxury” and admire safari as it was “back in the day” – full of romance, adventure, excitement, and quality.
Capture the Moment at Cottar’s
Photo by Nick Dale
Join professional wildlife photographer Nick Dale at Cottar’s 1920s Camp and learn how to capture the perfect wildlife shots. Nick will be based at Camp in June 2019 as the resident expert photographer, adding extraordinary value to guests’ safari experiences.
With all of that and more on the cards for 2019, it’s certainly going to be an exciting year at Cottar’s 1920s Camp. Cheers to the New Year!
Photo by Valorie Darling Photography