Preferred by Nature Recertifies Cottar’s 1920s Camp

Preferred by Nature Recertifies Cottar's 1920s Camp
Preferred by Nature Recertifies Cottar's 1920s Camp

Cottar’s 1920s Camp is delighted to announce that they have been recertified by Preferred by Nature as a member of The Long Run Global Ecosphere Retreat. This prestigious recognition places them among just eleven other nature-based tourism destinations worldwide. Additionally, Cottar’s 1920s Camp has been honored with the Ecologically Responsible Property award at The Safari Awards. These accolades further solidify Cottar’s Safaris’ position as a leader in sustainable tourism and their unwavering commitment to preserving Africa’s biodiversity. As a shining example of responsible travel, Cottar’s 1920s Camp continues to inspire both guests and industry peers with their dedication to sustainability and environmental stewardship, all while providing authentic safaris and cultural experiences.

Cottar’s Safaris is situated within the private Olderkesi Conservancy, adjacent to Maasai Mara in Kenya. Providing a personalized and environmentally friendly safari experience, it is overseen by the fifth generation of the Cottar’s family, the most seasoned safari family in Africa.

Cottar’s 1920s Camp is recognized as one of the eleven distinguished Global Ecosphere Retreats worldwide. Being designated as a Long Run Global Ecosphere Retreat signifies that it has met the highest sustainability criteria by maintaining a harmonious balance in the 4Cs of biodiversity: conservation, community development, cultural stewardship, and commerce.

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