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Redefining Growth 30 March 2021 As Shannon’s time at Angama draws to a close, she reflects on her time and her personal journey – finding meaning in resolve, and fulfilment in effort By Shannon Davis
A Runner’s High 16 February 2021 In running the newly launched UltraMARAthon, a 50km race through the Mara’s Conservancies, Shannon Davis finds community and a new sense of accomplishment – at 1500m By Shannon Davis
Life Under Lockdown In The Mara 19 May 2020 Surprise and envy are two of the most common reactions Tyler Davis gets from those who learn he is living out his ‘lockdown’ in the vast Maasai Mara. He tells us what the typical day entails By Tyler Davis
Born to Run 5 May 2020 Far away from the rolling grasslands of the Mara, members of the Angama Running Club took to the streets of Nairobi along with hundreds of other runners to participate in the annual Beyond Zero Marathon By Mwikali Ndambo
Run With A Kenyan 10 March 2020 In November 2019, the GRITMEDIA team put their athletic prowess to the test with  famed Maasai long-distance runners By John Hafner
The Chicken Run 11 February 2020 If you’re up early enough, there’s a very special event that takes place in the Shamba each morning. It may even be worth missing an early morning departure for your safari. By Sue van Winsen
Here We Are Where We Ought To Be 4 February 2020 Inspired by Karen Blixen much quoted saying from Out of Africa, we are delighted to share the exciting news of our next development: the Angama Mara Map Room. Architects Sandy and Dan flew from Seattle to the Mara to design it for us and this is Sandy’s story By Sandy Wolf
Beautiful Kitchen Chaos 14 January 2020 From evading wild animals on his morning commute, to serving up sizzling steaks grilled to perfect at Bush BBQ, this is a day in the life of Elias, also known as Chef Chimichurri or Nanka – take your pick By Elias Nanka
Let the Games Begin 16 December 2019 Think twice before unleashing 85 Kenyans in any form of competition… By Shannon Davis
From Seed to Plate 3 December 2019 Our garden design fundi, Ian Dommisse, recounts the story of earth-to-mouth that happens each day thanks to Angama Mara’s lovely Shamba By Ian Dommisse
When The Warriors Went On Safari 29 October 2019 In celebration of Kenya’s Day of Independence, Madaraka Day, warriors from a nearby village joined photographer Jeff Thige and guide Daniel and went on their very first safari out in the Mara By Robert Kiprotich
From Pied Crow* to Suspended in Mid Air** 15 October 2019 We delight in sharing the history of Angama Mara and this week’s story, written by our dear friend Sarah, offers our readers not only a peek into times gone by but is also a story with a romantic ending By Guest Author
Atticus, Angama’s Agama 23 July 2019 Never has so tiny a creature given safari guests so much delight. We named him after Atticus Finch, the brave hero of one of our best loved novels, To Kill a Mockingbird. And anyway, it fits so well with agama, don’t you agree? Mike’s lovely words and Adam’s delightful images and video (not to be missed under any circumstances) will bring joy to your day By Michael Boyd
From Hive To Table – The Great Honey Harvest 18 June 2019 With tales of sleepy bees and buckets of honey, Alison Mitchell decided to join the Shamba keepers on a nocturnal harvesting mission By Alison Mitchell
Madaraka Madness 4 June 2019 What do hamburgers, paperclips, dinosaurs, umbrellas and garbage bins have in common? Read on and you will discover that they all joined in to celebrate Madaraka Day By Nicky Fitzgerald
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