In that unforgettable hair-washing scene from the movie Out of Africa, Denys Finch Hatton recites poetry to Blixen as he gently massages shampoo into her hair.
KAREN: You’re skipping verses
DENYS: I leave out the dull parts
Welcome to Angama’s blog.
(read the very first post)
With an enthusiasm and passion for wildlife that is as admirable as it is contagious, Angama Mara guide Alice Mantaine has been breaking traditional boundaries throughout her life, paving the way for future female guides in the Mara
Behind the scenes, there are many men and women at work to conserve and protect the Mara. It’s time for us to celebrate these unsung heroes
Never has so tiny a creature given safari guests so much delight. We named him after Atticus Finch, the brave hero of one of our best loved novels, To Kill a Mockingbird. And anyway, it fits so well with agama, don’t you agree? Mike’s lovely words and Adam’s delightful images and video (not to be missed under any circumstances) will bring joy to your day
The excitement around camp is tangible – wildebeest are scattered across the horizon as far as the eye can see. Like a slowly approaching wave, the Great Migration makes its way ever closer. It’s that time of the year again when we gather along the river banks and wait patiently for nature to enthral