Two properties with a GREAT passion for wildlife, commitment to conservation and community development are at the heart of all they do.


Includes domestic flights and 1 FREE night at Cottar’s 1920s Camp (based on 4 pax in green season, price is dependent on no. of pax and season)

2023 = From $ $10,127 pppn

*Terms and conditions apply


  • 3 nights at Enasoit, Enasoit Conservancy, Laikipia
  • 4 nights at Cottar’s 1920s Camp, Olderkesi Conservancy, Maasai Mara

Domestic Schedule Flights

  1. Wilson Airport (08h00) to Lewa Downs Airstrip (09h30)
  2. Lewa Downs Airstrip (09h05) to Cottars Airstrip (11h00)
  3. Cottars Airstrip (11h00) to Wilson Airport (12h00)


  • See the ‘Big Five’ without the crowds
  • Meet Maasai warriors and learn about their culture and traditions
  • Traditional canvas bush bath experience
  • Delicious food
  • Conservation activities
  • Day and night guided wildlife drives
  • Guided bush walks
  • Track the resident lions at Enasoit
  • Bush picnics, sundowner drinks and dinner under the stars
  • Horse-riding
  • Bird watching
  • Explore ancient rock art sites
  • Relax by the swimming pool
  • Massage and spa treatments
  • Tree planting
  • Bow and arrow making
  • Beading with a Maasai Mama


Enasoit is a luxury tented camp in the wildlife-rich Laikipia highlands of Kenya. The camp is an enchanting exclusive property, catering for only one group of guests at a time, and offering a uniquely private safari experience. Enasoit guests have the camp and surrounding wildlife reserve all to themselves – an ideal retreat for families and groups of friends. As a small and intimate camp, Enasoit has a unique charm. It is relaxed and welcoming, yet luxurious and beautifully appointed.

An Enasoit safari offers remarkable wildlife encounters and an array of exciting ways to experience the wilderness. One of the most distinctive features of Enasoit Camp is the extraordinary wildlife activity at the waterhole, located just in front of the main Mess Tent – the perfect viewpoint for wildlife-viewing from the comfort of an armchair.

Enasoit is a private wildlife reserve and luxury tented camp in the foothills of Mount Kenya. Enasoit is a private wilderness home, and the history and love for Kenya is intimately felt through the camp’s charm and the attentiveness of the staff, many of whom have been part of the team for over twenty years. Enasoit is a critical wildlife corridor within Kenya’s Laikipia Highlands and through the safe-guarding and custodianship of this land, an important habitat rich in biodiversity is preserved.

Cottar’s 1920s Camp



“Within Kenya, Cottar’s and their 1920’s Camp keep a very low profile, but globally this small, family-run, purpose-driven company punches way above its weight.” – Travel + Leisure

Representing vintage safari luxury at its best, the award-winning Cottar’s 1920s Camp boasts its own 7,608-acre private conservancy and is situated just one kilometre from one of Earth’s natural wonders: the Masai Mara National Reserve and, across the border in Tanzania, contiguous Serengeti region. Run by the continent’s first and longest-running safari family owners, it embodies the original, romantic spirit of adventurous African travel.

Having been providing safaris for more than 100 years, the Cottar family focuses on providing authentic, individualised safari experiences and continuing a legacy founded on wilderness, wildlife, comfort and security, as well as honouring a balance between conservation, prosperous commerce, community and culture.

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Our 1920s Camp provides the romance of safari under cream-coloured canvas tents – the bygone style of safaris’ golden age while, at the same time, supplying amenities required by modern-day travellers and professional guides whose qualifications rank among the highest in Africa.

  • One of The Long Run’s certified Global Ecosphere Retreats (GERs) – with only 11 around
    the world
  • Located in the Olderkesi Conservancy, which borders the so-called “eighth natural wonder of
    the world”, the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
  • Secures the Olderkesi Conservancy for wildlife use: in a community partnership, the Cottar’s Wildlife Conservation Trust leases these 7608 acres from the local Maasai community, conserving biodiversity on the land
  • Fifth-generation family owners with more than 100 years of authentic history of arranging
    safaris in Africa
  • Highest standards of guiding, with two KPSGA gold-standard guides and one silver-level guide