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That Yellow Plane 16 January 2022 Jens Kozany tells the story of G-AAMY, the Gipsy Moth biplane so famously filmed in Out of Africa, and now resident of Segera Retreat in Laikipia By Jens Kozany
Hello, From the Other Side 5 October 2021 It may be the same river, but in some ways, it couldn’t be more different. That's what Adam discovered as he journeyed along the banks of the Mara River on the Tanzanian side By Adam Bannister
Wilson Goes Gorilla Trekking 21 September 2021 Going deep into the forests of Uganda to find mountain gorillas, Wilson shares his life-changing encounter with us By Wilson Naitoi
What’s for Dinner? 31 August 2021 Whether you’re in the mood for something refined or relaxing, Nairobi has it all. Could this be the gastronomic hub of East Africa? By Sue van Winsen
Roasted by Hand, Made with Love 6 July 2021 From bean to brew, Ryan visited Nairobi for a behind-the-scenes journey with Angama’s coffee supplier, Spring Valley to learn more about this proudly Kenyan roastery By Ryan Brown
Celebrating Sisterhood at Segera 1 June 2021 Earlier this year, Angama’s two female guides headed up north to Segera Retreat in Laikipia to join the ROAR AFRICA Women’s Empowerment Retreat for a week of recognising the female pioneers in travel. This is Sophie’s story of her time up north By Sophie Sadera
Western Kenya From the Skies 18 May 2021 It may be one of Kenya’s least-visited regions, but Western Kenya is astounding in its biodiversity. From endless tea plantations to untouched equatorial rainforests, this corner of Eden is perhaps best discovered from the skies By Adam Bannister
The Story of a Man Who Fell in Love With a Mountain 11 May 2021 In January of this year, Steve Mitchell travelled to the Greater Amboseli ecosystem and lost his heart to the roof of Africa By Steve Mitchell
Serengeti from the Sky 2 March 2021 On a recent trip to the Serengeti, Adam captured some incredible photographs by helicopter. From a new perspective, he reflects on his new-found appreciation for this corner of the world By Adam Bannister
A Tale of Family, Greed and Witchcraft 19 January 2021 The Letter, a documentary by filmmakers Maia Lekow & Christopher King, is a proudly Kenyan production which tells the heartbreaking tale of a modern Kenyan family torn apart by accusations of witchcraft By Maia Lekow & Christopher King
Rwanda – Africa’s New Culinary Darling 12 January 2021 Trees Piersma, Kigali resident and food fundi, takes our readers on an unexpected journey from the capital’s street food, on to Lake Kivu and back to Rwanda’s Michelin-trained chef. Those gorillas best work hard at hanging on to being the main event. By Trees Piersma
Crafted to Perfection 15 December 2020 When he came to Kenya from Seattle, beer aficionado Tyler Davis initially struggled with the lack of beer options available. Just six short years later, Tyler writes about this now thriving industry and all the great players on the scene By Tyler Davis
In the Company of Giants 24 November 2020 With views of Mount Kilimanjaro and an abundance of elephants, Adam recounts a recent photography expedition to Amboseli By Adam Bannister
An African Literary Safari 10 November 2020 Some of us may be spending more time at home, but vicarious travel is possible and so enjoyable, as Laura Goldsworthy discovers while paging through some of her favourite African classics By Laura Goldsworthy
Land of Lava Fields, Living Springs and Elephants Aplenty 3 November 2020 There are few parks in Africa as iconic as Tsavo West. Diana and Adam recently fell in love with its life-supporting crystal-clear springs, lava flows and ancient volcanoes By Diana Johnson
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