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Western Kenya From the Skies 18 May 2021 It may be one of Kenya’s least-visited regions, but Western Kenya is astounding in its biodiversity. From endless tea plantations to untouched equatorial rainforests, this corner of Eden is perhaps best discovered from the skies By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #171 14 May 2021 Once again, Adam is reminded that even when sticking to the main roads within the Mara, and going out without a big fancy lens, you can still have some wonderful sightings and capture some magnificent scenes By Adam Bannister
The Story of a Man Who Fell in Love With a Mountain 11 May 2021 In January of this year, Steve Mitchell travelled to the Greater Amboseli ecosystem and lost his heart to the roof of Africa By Steve Mitchell
A Journey to the Roof of Africa 7 July 2020 It’s been nine months since Shannon embarked on her trip to climb to the highest point in Africa – and only now is she ready to recount the tale of her trek up Mount Kilimanjaro By Shannon Davis
This Week At Angama #96 6 December 2019 From tumbling elephants, to waving plovers, even when the rains fall there is still plenty to see and enjoy in the Mara By Jeffrey Thige
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 Sky Splits 26 November 2019 Amelie’s beautiful poem opens with these lines: I can smell it in the air. Sweet and musty like tuskers and damp transport seats. Here in Kenya, when the sky bursts, everything rejoices … By Amelie Randall
In Memory of Those Loved and Lost 19 November 2019 One of our regular contributors, Mike Boyd, shares his experience of his visit to the Kigali Genocide Memorial, a place of remembrance, learning and hope By Michael Boyd
This Week At Angama #90 25 October 2019 The great wildebeest herds have made their way to Serengeti. As we bid them farewell, we welcome the elephant herds in their hundreds By Jeffrey Thige
1:59:40 22 October 2019 Former professional athlete, Martin Keino, was in Vienna, Austria, to commentate on Eliud Kipchoge’s record-shattering sub two-hour marathon attempt. He provides his first-person account of the moment Eliud and the world celebrated this monumental feat By Martin Keino
Back From The Brink 10 September 2019 Looking at the Mara Triangle now, it's hard to imagine that less than 20 years ago, the park was in free fall. We would like to pay tribute to the silent heroes of the Mara Conservancy for revitalising this extraordinary ecosystem By Adam Bannister
A Visual Treat in Central Kenya 3 September 2019 On a road trip into central Kenya, Adam Bannister continued to be amazed by the warmth, authenticity and diversity of the country By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #77 26 July 2019 The river is the lifeblood of the Mara ecosystem – from a hot air balloon, it looks tranquil and calm, but down on the ground, things couldn’t be more different By Adam Bannister
How The Afridrille Came To Be 11 June 2019 Zane Wilemon from Ubuntu Life tells us about his ‘sole-searching’ mission to Ethiopia which eventually led to the creation of Africa’s first fully customisable shoe By Zane Wilemon
This Week At Angama #31 7 September 2018 This week we play around with the composition – avoiding the rules and seeking more creativity By Jeffrey Thige
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