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This Week At Angama #119 15 May 2020 Glorious sunrises, golden sunsets, dramatic thunderstorms, endless grasslands and sweeping horizons – the Maasai Mara is medicine for the soul. This week, we have seen a little bit of everything in terms of the weather. Bursts of torrential rainfall, blistering heat, mysterious fog, billowing gusts of wind, and silent stillness. For me though, this week... By Adam Bannister
Faces of Angama 14 April 2020 It’s no surprise Angama’s incredible wildlife viewing and world-class accommodations and cuisine draw guests from across the globe. For discerning travellers, nature lovers and photographers of all skill levels, Angama is no doubt the promised land…a magical destination where safari life, luxury and a strong conservation ethos culminate in incredible adventure on a daily basis.... By Kaleb White
Practice Makes Perfect 3 March 2020 Someone once told me that the two biggest rooms in the world are the room for learning and the room to improve. A few months ago, the Angama Photographic Studio launched a guide photography programme. A 20-hour journey consisting of theory classes and practical sessions out in the Mara. The end result? Access to a... By Douggy Onsongo
Alice in Maasailand 6 August 2019 I grew up on the outskirts of the Maasai Mara reserve. One morning while running the gauntlet to school, I came across a baby zebra struggling to free itself from a snare. I instinctively knew I had to help this creature. My siblings and friends laughed and called me crazy, continuing on their way. Eventually... By Alice Mantaine
Sharpening The Spear 16 July 2019 It was an honour and responsibility to lead the fifth consecutive annual guide training with the Angama Mara team. What was the next step for a team that had a strong foundation, consistency and had reached  such a high level of guiding? This team has been together since the lodge’s opening five years ago and... By Byron Ross
A Honeymoon on High 2 July 2019 Touchdown! At an altitude of 1,900 metres we landed at the Angama Mara Airfield. We were met on the runway by our guide, Moses, who gave us a warm Mara welcome, leading us to the game-viewing vehicle for a short drive to the lodge where we were introduced to our Camp Manager and the other... By Cath Magnifico