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From Godown to GM 9 March 2021 Just shy of six years ago, and three months before we welcomed our first guests to Angama, a most distinguished gentleman joined our family, and this is his story from then till now … By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Angama Way 15 September 2020 Chef Collins Randiga is an integral member of the Angama Mara team and has been since its inception in 2015. It is through living according to the company's core values, he believes, that we achieve what is known as The Angama Way By Collins Randiga
People First. Always. 21 July 2020 Looking back on a 40-year career in hospitality, the only thing of which Nicky Fitzgerald is completely certain now more so than ever, is that the heart of the industry is powered by people: guests, staff, communities, investors, landlords and other stakeholders By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week At Angama #119 15 May 2020 At a time when many people’s freedom of movement has become severely restricted, space takes on a whole new meaning By Adam Bannister
Faces of Angama 14 April 2020 Today's guest blog features behind-the-scenes images taken during a visit to Angama late last year, where the John Hafner and the GRITMEDIA team worked on exciting collaborative photographic and content creation projects By John Hafner
Practice Makes Perfect 3 March 2020 As one of the first participants in Angama Mara’s safari guide photography programme, Douggie learns the importance of always being ready to capture the perfect shot By Douggy Onsongo
Alice in Maasailand 6 August 2019 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 By Alice Mantaine
Sharpening The Spear 16 July 2019 With blindfolded driving by day and Maasai singing by night, this year’s guide training was all about teamwork and taking on new challenges By Byron Ross
A Honeymoon on High 2 July 2019 Long-time family friend of Angama, Cath Magnifico provides her account of the honeymoon she shared with her new husband in the Mara By Cath Magnifico
A Matter of Time 19 June 2018 Al Kilpin returns for the fourth year running to train our guides in the fine art of slow safaris By Alastair Kilpin
A Year of Living Dangerously 26 December 2017 Pangolins, porcupines and pitched battles – enjoy the most extraordinary sightings of the year, as told by Angama Mara's guides By Nicky Fitzgerald
A Letter from Esau 8 August 2017 From looking for lions and changing tyres to lunching at the hippo pool and learning about different animal horns, here is a letter from Esau about his day spent with Angama guides in the Mara Triangle By Nicky Fitzgerald
As Proud As A Peacock, As Happy As A Lark 28 February 2017 One lovely October day last year our guides hosted a group of Emurutoto Primary School children on a game drive/conservation lesson into the Mara Triangle, and we received these letters a few days later By Nicky Fitzgerald
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