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9 Years of Patience for 30 Seconds of Action 7 April 2020 My stay at Angama in October 2018 was a bit of an oddity. I didn’t intend for it to be a migration safari. They simply weren’t supposed to be there. By all accounts, the bulk of the herd should have been well into Tanzania by then. But wildebeest have their own schedule, and they decided... By Gavin Werbeloff
Twice As Nice 24 March 2020 As parents to children aged between the ages of two and six, could there by any sweeter luxury than knowing they are being taken care of back at home while you set off on a day-long safari exploring the Maasai Mara? With nothing but distant memories of nap times and nagging, we could not have... By Lauren Levi
This Week At Angama #76 19 July 2019 A month ago, we witnessed a false start of the migration – thousands upon thousands of wildebeest stormed into the Mara Triangle, before turning around two days later and running back south. In their wake, they left an eerie silence and had everyone hypothesising on what had just happened. Everything about it was unpredictable and... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #75 12 July 2019 It’s official – peak season has begun and is in full swing. This is heralded by two indisputable facts: the wildebeest are in the Mara by their tens of thousands, with hundreds of thousands more on their heels, and we are running at top speed at Angama. This week’s review is a collaboration, with Jeff... By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #71 14 June 2019 The strength of this blog series is that it acts as a visual diary, allowing us to go back and compare animal movements, sightings and weather conditions from year to year. Much has been in the news and on social media about the this year’s early arrival of the Great Migration. After witnessing first hand... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #54 15 February 2019 It’s been quite an exhilarating week with the weather at its best and the Mara is showing off its bounty with elephants by the hundred and cats aplenty. I was so excited to come across this stunning serval cat lying next to the the road – my first serval sighting in more than six months.... By Jeffrey Thige