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Tour ID:121706
Ages:6 - 65
People on trip:2
Arrival:Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
Dates are flexible
Prices are Per Person

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3rd Jan - 15th Mar
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16th Mar - 31st May
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1st Jun - 30th Sep
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1st Oct - 20th Dec
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Do you wish to travel back to the 1920’s and still keep the modernised technology and facilities, we have the perfect trip lined up just for you so come and join us on this extraordinary safari to the iconic Masai Mara National Reserve, where you will be staying at Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp, famous for its award winning private location established just one kilometre away from the ‘seventh’ natural wonder of the world, the Maasai Mara in Kenya and the Tanzania Serengeti game reserve. Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp is filled with an abundance of wildlife and mesmerising scenic views all just waiting to be discovered by you. So don’t miss out on a life changing experience waiting to be filled by captivating stories of your adventures to bring back home to your family and friends.

Cottar's Safaris, Nairobi, Kenya

Example Itinerary

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner

Once you land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, a andBeyond member will greet you and transfer you to Wilson Airport by road promptly for your scheduled flight to Masai Mara Airport.

Discover the thrill of safari during stay at Cottars 1920s Safari Camp where you will be accomodated in a tent with an ensuite bathroom. Your stay is all inclusive with a unlimited supply of water, tea and coffee, local drinks, soft drinks, house wines, beers and selected spirits, safari activities, Cottar’s private airstrip and Keekorok airstrip transfers, transfers to cultural visits, laundry and a nanny.

Day 1

Once you have finished breakfast you can spend your morning on a game drive or bush walk around the reserve and watch as the animals come alive and hunt for their breakfast. After your morning activity you can spend the rest of your day exploring one of the free activities that cottars offers such a visit to the local school where you can get a true understanding of how important education is to the local children. You can go on a sustainability tour and learn about all the different ways Cottars 1920s camp helps keeps the environment safe for future generations and finally you can even take part in some traditional maasai singing and dancing.

Guests who wish to seek a little bit more out of there stay can go on one of the following adventures: Maasai village visit, massages and other spa treatments, explore the reserve on e-bikes, hot air balloon ride over the Maasai Mara and a specialist photographic safari. Please note all these activities require an additional charge. 

Day 2

After indulging in a hearty breakfast guests will spend their morning on a game drive and bush walk around the reserve which are included in your itinerary. In the afternoon guests will have some free time to explore the reserve and participate in some of the free activities camp has to offer such as life of a hunter-gatherer tour, where guests can learn about the lifestyle of hunter-gatherers and how they hunted for animals and foraging for foods. You can even go running with a Maasai warrior around the reserve, after a long day of adventures guests can enjoy a traditional canvas bush bath located right outside your tent, set on a beautiful elegant persian rug and filled to the brim with bubbles. Relax and sip champagne as you look out over the wild beauty of the Masai Mara. Some wildlife may wander by while you enjoy the expansive view onto the Mara plains.

Day 3

Start your day early with a big breakfast and a morning game drive and bush walk around the reserve led by highly qualified tour guides and drivers so guests so guests have the opportunity to encounter an abundance of wildlife from lions, elephants, buffalos elland to spotted hyenas, zebras, hippos, giraffes and over 200 different bird species. Make sure you make the most of your last day at cottars 1920s camp by exploring the  Maasai warrior school, which is suitable for all ages and guests will be able to learn learn the Maasai
way of life including use of spears, bow and arrows, light fires and the use medicinal plants. Guests can also participate in conservation and community tour where guests will get the opportunity to gain insights of the local community along with first hand experience and effort of a working conservancy. After a long day of adventures guests can go swimming at the local waterfall.

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