Award-winning British travel journalist Emma Gregg made her first trip to Africa in the early 1990s, and felt instantly at home. Since then, she has spent time in over 30 African countries, sampling everything from obscure music festivals to high-end conservation safaris. A former editor of Travel Africa magazine, she writes about ecotourism, culture and responsible tourism for National Geographic Traveller, The Guardian and The Independent and has produced ten guide books for Rough Guides and other leading publishers. She’s always planning the next adventure. Follow her on twitter or visit her website.
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Getting to know Elizabeth Kaiyoni28 June 2016Award-winning British travel journalist Emma Gregg visited Angama Mara and spent some time getting to know Elizabeth Kaiyoni, one of the Maasai Beaders working in the Angama Beading StudioByEmma Gregg
Getting to know Fred Ole Sinoni17 May 2016Emma Gregg spent a morning on a walking safari with Fred Ole Sinoni, one of Angama’s Maasai Naturalists, and learnt all about birds, botany and more about Fred and Maasai culture at largeByEmma Gregg