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Rain, Rain, Come Again 16 February 2024 Amidst November’s green grasses, Lesley Mallows reunites with friends of 50 years at Angama Mara By Guest Author
The Lions of the Triangle: An Update 9 February 2024 From deadly territory conflicts to the constant shift in coalitions, the lions of the Mara Triangle are living proof that change is the only constant in the wild By Robert Sayialel
An iSafari 2 February 2024 You don't need to be an advanced photographer or use fancy equipment, explains Andrew, often times all you need is in the palm of your hand By Andrew Andrawes
Going Green 26 January 2024 On his most recent visit, budding photographer and regular guest, Sam Bailyn, walks away with a different appreciation for a new time of year By Guest Author
A Big Wet Kiss 19 January 2024 A relaxed Pyjama Safari ends on the roof of Africa, as Charlotte sets out on her biggest adventure yet By Charlotte Ross Stewart
A First Glimpse 12 January 2024 A creative director by trade and longtime friend of Angama, Austin Chow shares his initial impressions of Angama Amboseli By Guest Author

This Week at Angama

There were many discoveries this week: a cub climbing a tree, a coalition of cheetah in Amboseli and most notably — a leopard with a croc kill in a tree

It's a week full of cheetahs in both the Mara and Amboseli, where trail cams also reveal some nocturnal newcomers

Some new discoveries are made on night drives in Amboseli and we see the return of familiar favourites, like the Inselberg males and Ruka and Rafiki, in the Mara

Another rock python bites off more than it can chew, this time in Amboseli, and we catch up with our golden girl, the Angama lioness and her cubs

A leopard, a warthog and some weavers all find themselves in the same tree, while a saddle-billed stork makes itself at home

One-tusked Ganesh makes his introduction in Amboseli while in the Mara, an impala is swallowed practically whole

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A Taste of Kenya 5 January 2024 Food is very important in Kenyan culture and the kitchen team at Angama Mara loves to celebrate their culinary traditions with guests By Evans Ondara
The Mara Guides’ Best Safari Sightings of 2023 29 December 2023 Having spent more time in the Mara than anywhere else and seeing more sightings than they can count, the Guides recount their most memorable of the year By The Guides of Angama
When You Know You’re (T)winning 22 December 2023 Spend enough time with those you love and you might just start looking like them, as the Angama offices have found out By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Night Rains 14 December 2023 It was a night of celebration and storytelling as photographers and guides met at The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year 2023 awards By Alita Wilkens
Ultra Fast 9 December 2023 At the annual UltraMARAthon, the Angama Running Club is put to the ultimate test — and four of them come out on top By Andrew Andrawes
Meet the Trees 1 December 2023 From architectural drama to cooling shade and dappled light, the unique trees in Amboseli provide it all — including some comedic relief By Ian Dommisse
The Ultimate Page-Turner 24 November 2023 The power of the pen once again proves its might as students from Partakilat Primary School discover the joys of reading stories written about themselves By Andrew Andrawes
Style Your Safari 17 November 2023 Evelyn from Angama's Safari Shop gives the inside scoop on what to wear — and buy — on safari By Evelyn Kamau
It’s a Goal 10 November 2023 A photo of his father's garden and a pair of soccer boots led Joseph on his photographic journey — and brought him to the Mara By Joseph Njenga
Let It Shine 4 November 2023 Officially opening its doors this past week, Collins talks us through what it took to get Angama Amboseli up and running By Collins Randiga
Steered Toward Safety 27 October 2023 Employing data and technology, Mara Elephant Project are keeping elephants and people safe with the help of drones By Guest Author
The Full Picture 20 October 2023 One of Book Bunk's literary knights, Marion Anvango, comes to Angama Mara to help set the stories straight By Guest Author
Pel’s, Pap and Mopane Worms 13 October 2023 In the second part of Jeremy's guide training, he heads to Botswana where he sharpens his birding skills and guides guests for the first time By Jeremy Lorinyo
Shadows in the Distance 6 October 2023 Deep in the heart of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest are some of the last remaining wild mountain gorillas — the unhabituated — and Andrew sets off to find them By Andrew Andrawes
From the Front Door 29 September 2023 Collins Randiga, or “Col-loh” as most know him, takes on his biggest role yet — going from Head Chef of the Mara to General Manager of Amboseli By Steve Mitchell
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