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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
From Godown to GM 9 March 2021 Just shy of six years ago, and three months before we welcomed our first guests to Angama, a most distinguished gentleman joined our family, and this is his story from then till now … By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Angama Way 15 September 2020 Chef Collins Randiga is an integral member of the Angama Mara team and has been since its inception in 2015. It is through living according to the company's core values, he believes, that we achieve what is known as The Angama Way By Collins Randiga
People First. Always. 21 July 2020 Looking back on a 40-year career in hospitality, the only thing of which Nicky Fitzgerald is completely certain now more so than ever, is that the heart of the industry is powered by people: guests, staff, communities, investors, landlords and other stakeholders By Nicky Fitzgerald
Rift Valley Revelry 12 May 2020 Our second cultural night was held mid-March 2020 to celebrate our brothers and sisters from the Rift Valley region of Kenya By Azei Lago
Angama By The Sea 17 March 2020 If you can’t take Angama Mara to the coast, why not bring the coast to Angama Mara? That’s exactly what Azei Lago and his fellow ‘coastals’ did for our inaugural Coastal Night, a celebration of the diversity of culture found in the Angama Mara family By Azei Lago
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
Alice in Maasailand 6 August 2019 With an enthusiasm and passion for wildlife that is as admirable as it is contagious, Angama Mara guide Alice Mantaine has been breaking traditional boundaries throughout her life, paving the way for future female guides in the Mara By Alice Mantaine
Steve’s Last Drive 26 February 2019 Last month, Douggy Onsongo kept a promise and took the guiding team on a path less travelled By Douggy Onsongo
Building a Future 1 January 2019 From digging foundations and laying bricks to becoming skilled hospitality professionals at Angama Mara, Tyler Davis honours those twenty three members of our family who began their journey at the lodge from ground zero By Tyler Davis
Kwaheri Steve 28 November 2017 Despite the pouring rain – considered a blessing on important days in Maasailand – family, friends, staff, community members, young and old, gathered from far and wide to say farewell to Steve By Nicky Fitzgerald
Angama of 1000 Days 15 August 2017 On 12 August 2014 the first peg was hammered into the ground and Steve Fitzgerald reminisces what it took to build Angama Mara in just over 10 months By Steve Fitzgerald
When Our Staff Came to Stay 7 June 2016 As a Camp Manager, I have seen our guests taken aback at their first view from the guest area, and speechless when they reach the crest of the Out of Africa kopje … but it has always been abstract to me. Until it happened to me. By Azei Lago
Then & Now: A Year of Miracles 12 April 2016 Who would have thought just twelve months ago, in April 2015, our lovely lodge would make such an extraordinary recovery from Construction Catastrophe to this?   These ‘then’ pictures were snapped during a site visit between 6 – 10 April 2015. The fact we were just 10 weeks to opening hadn’t really dawned on us... By Nicky Fitzgerald
The Leaning Giraffe 14 October 2015 The brand name needed to be reflected in the logo: to tell the story of a lodge being ‘suspended in mid-air’; to underpin the historical importance and the world’s curiosity with Africa; the spirit of the place, its people, flora and fauna.... Chris Gough Palmer shares his story about the creation of the Angama brand By CHRIS GOUGH PALMER
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