Cottar's 1920s Camp — Kenya

Cottar's 1920s Camp — Kenya

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Kin Travel works with sustainable tourism leaders to leverage travel as a force for social good. They've partnered with the award-winning Cottar's 1920's Safari Camp to design a bespoke safari experience to protect the environment and benefit the local community on the Masai Mara.

2019 December
Destination of the month
Cottar's 1920s Camp
Kenya, East Africa
1.3719° S,34.9381° E



The journeys are all about transformation which seem to occur on the balance point between the perfect plan and a love for deviating from it for the spontaneous, magical things that arise. From private charter flights over the Great Rift Valley, bush dinners & Maasai warrior dances, and wandering in electric mountain bikes - you can join all activities that inspires you and opt-out of whatever you'd like. 

The Conservancy Camp is comprised of 8 tents, each nestled in wilderness with heavenly beds and their own bathroom and shower, a large mess tent with dining table, lounge and bar.


For the ultimate relaxation after a day of adventures, there is a dining room, bar/lounge, a spa and a luxurious pool. 


There's also a fire in the fireplace or bush baths with bubbles on your porch upon request, all with dedicated room staff. 

Photo courtesy of Valorie Darling

Photo courtesy of Valorie Darling


Meals are a mouth-watering introduction to inland and coastal African cooking traditions and modern, farm-fresh creations, largely drawn from an organic vegetable garden on property. Every shared space has a bar and a regal bartender with a fez to shake a drink, and every Landcruiser has a cooler for sundowners. 



Cottar's is one of thirteen accredited Global Ecosphere Retreats (GER’s) in the world for their demonstrated ability and commitment to achieve sustainability through the 4Cs (conservation, community, culture and commerce). ~$750 of each ticket in the work of Cottar's Wildlife Conservation Trust (CWCT) which support a 7,800 acre wildlife conservancy and critical migratory corridor for wildlife in partnership with Maasai communities. 


Today is the last day for a chance to win the ultimate Safari trip with Kin Travel and Onia. Click here to enter.

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