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This Week At Angama #129 23 July 2020 Words simply cannot do justice when it comes to explaining the emotions attached to the arrival of the giant migratory herds into the Maasai Mara. This epic journey takes hundreds of thousands of wildebeest across the Serengeti ecosystem, culminating in extraordinary river crossings. This natural phenomenon is considered by many to be the pinnacle of... By Adam Bannister
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
On the Wild Side 18 February 2020 Each time I have embarked on this journey of creating a new experience in the African wilderness I have put pen to paper capturing some thoughts as to what the character, personality, soul if you will, will be of this place and what it will offer for all who stay here. This thinking influences every... By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week At Angama #87 4 October 2019 For now, each safari is punctuated with a good sprinkling of mud. The ground is wet and every depression is full of water. The rains have come and this has caused a ripple effect across the grasslands. A week ago, it looked as if the migration was in its final stages as all the herds... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #86 27 September 2019 Drama unfolds on a daily basis in the Mara, but never more so than when the zebra start to congregate at the infamous crocodile-infested crossing known as ‘Cul-de-sac’. It is at this exact site that I have had a number of extremely dramatic sightings this migration season. Regardless of the fact that the majority of... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #85 20 September 2019 The early Mara mornings are nothing short of breathtaking. This week, for three days, I went out before sunrise and was able to spend some time surrounded by elephants as I waited for the highly coveted golden hour. [f 5.6, 1/800, ISO 400  -1.67 ] During this time, I was able to capture some lovely images.... By Jeffrey Thige