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Two Wheels to Heaven 12 April 2022 It was an adventure no guest had ever attempted before — travelling from Nairobi to Angama Mara by bicycle By Peter Farnell-Watson
This Is Africa at Its Very Finest 22 March 2022 The Great Migration was an overwhelming sensory experience for James Tyrrell, one that left him both exhausted and yearning for more By James Tyrrell
Goodbye to the Queen of the Triangle 15 March 2022 At one time the leader of a pride 14-strong, her reign has sadly come to an end. Adam pens a tribute to the indomitable Mama Kali By Adam Bannister
Up, Up and Away 4 January 2022 On a very ambitious mission, hot-air balloon pilot Sanjay Gupta took to the skies to fly over Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro By Sanjay Gupta
The Best Wildlife Sightings of 2021 28 December 2021 They spend the majority of each day in the Mara, so who better to ask? Our guiding team recounts their most memorable sightings of the year By The Guides of Angama
Pressing Pause on the World 7 September 2021 After being named The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year in 2019, Lee-Anne Robertson was finally able to visit Angama By Lee-anne Robertson
The Angama Guide to the Great Migration 21 July 2021 It is the largest land-based animal migration on the planet – more than a million wildebeest and zebras migrating en-masse on their never-ending journey in search of greener pastures. Most will survive the hazards faced along the way, but hundreds of thousands won’t. This is without a doubt, the greatest show on Earth By Sue van Winsen
Long Live the King 29 June 2021 At 1pm local time on 11 June, Scarface took his last breath. He died of natural causes in peace without any disturbance from vehicles or hyenas. The Mara has lost a king, but may his legend live on forever By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Place We Call Home 22 June 2021 On the 12 June, the Mara conservancy proudly celebrated their 20th anniversary. Custodians of the beautiful Mara Triangle, the Angama family is proud to support the Mara Conservancy in every way we can By Nicky Fitzgerald
The most unlikely of battles 14 February 2020 On a beautiful October afternoon in the Mara Triangle, Mike Welton was on safari at Angama Mara and came across the most unlikely of battles By Sue van Winsen
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