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Keeping up with the Fast Five
26 October 2020
Since arriving in the Mara four years ago, the Tano Bora cheetah coalition has certainly made a big impression. As a fanatic of cats in all shapes and sizes, Sue van Winsen was interested to learn about the unusual bond between these five famous males
This Week At Angama #121
29 May 2020
The grass is turning a light shade of brown and distant plumes of smoke are rising in the south. Could it be that at last the rains are easing up?
9 Years of Patience for 30 Seconds of Action
7 April 2020
For nearly a decade, Angama Mara guest, Gavin Werbeloff, has been trying to capture the perfect photograph of a cheetah mid-hunt. From the outset, his October trip to the Mara was different – but would it finally culminate in success?
Twice As Nice
24 March 2020
What could be better than a safari picnic in the middle of the Maasai Mara? Two picnics, of course. Lauren Levi recently discovered on her full-day safari exploring the Triangle that the choice of breathtaking picnic sites doubles. This tree? No, that one. On the banks of the Mara River? No, tucked under the Great Rift valley, please.
This Week At Angama #76
19 July 2019
The excitement around camp is tangible – wildebeest are scattered across the horizon as far as the eye can see. Like a slowly approaching wave, the Great Migration makes its way ever closer. It’s that time of the year again when we gather along the river banks and wait patiently for nature to enthral
This Week At Angama #75
12 July 2019
With giant herds in the Mara and guests aplenty honing their photographic skills to capture the magic, this week’s update is a joint effort by Tyler Davis and Jeffrey Thige. Make no mistake – peak season is here!
This Week At Angama #71
14 June 2019
Let’s have a closer look at the Great Migration and consider possible reasons why it may have arrived early