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This Week at Angama #239 2 September 2022 The rain has brought many familiar favourites out in the Triangle — perhaps none more exciting than Shujaa By Andrew Andrawes
The Mara and the Meaning of Be/Longing 12 August 2022 In a special essay for the blog, celebrated author Alexandra Fuller recalls her family connection to Kenya and fulfils her mother’s dream By Alexandra Fuller
When a ‘Laaitie’ Came to Stay 5 August 2022 After years of working behind the screens of the safari industry, Iwan heads to the Mara to experience it for himself By Iwan Lategan
This Week at Angama #234 29 July 2022 The lion drama has reached a boiling point with the recent death of Slit Lip — but the sighting of four other youngsters brings new hope By Robert Sayialel
Cape Town to the Mara 22 July 2022 In a once-in-a-lifetime 60th birthday trip, Christine and her husband Louis drove 10 000km from the tip of Africa all the way to Kenya By Christine Daron
Seeds of Change 15 July 2022 Can you teach conservation? With a new educational programme rolling out in 13 nearby schools, the Angama Foundation aims to find out By Charlotte Ross Stewart
The Wind Beneath My Wings 1 July 2022 After an incredible 40-year career in hospitality, Nicky is hanging it up. In her final blog as CEO, she pens a special message to the Angama family By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week at Angama #229 24 June 2022 This week Robert caught up with some old friends — and has some good news to deliver for our cat followers By Robert Sayialel
The Sacred Hills 17 June 2022 After sharing her dreams and visions with Alison, Mama Jane revealed some of the spiritual significance the hills around Angama have for the Maasai By Alison Mitchell
A Map That Straddled Opposite Ends of the World 10 June 2022 When the pandemic threw every best-laid plan under the bus, a sculptor in New Zealand and a creator in Nairobi, co-produced a massive steel masterpiece that today graces Angama Mara’s handsome Map Room. This is a tale of African resourcefulness By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week at Angama #219 15 April 2022 It’s always good to be back in the Mara. After a short hiatus, Robert couldn’t wait to catch up with the Triangle’s icons including the Border Pride and the Salt Lick Female By Robert Sayialel
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 Week at Angama #218 8 April 2022 With some of the newest cubs in the Mara reunited with a long-lost sibling, Adam can’t help but wonder if he’s witnessing the rise of a new pride in the Triangle By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #208 28 January 2022 Giving himself a stern talking to, Adam was determined not to focus on lions this week. The Mara, of course, had other plans... By Adam Bannister
My Moment of Discovery 11 January 2022 Photographic guide and former Londolozi ranger James Tyrrell thought he had seen it all. That was until he stepped onto the deck at Angama Mara By James Tyrrell
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