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A Chaotic Carnival of Wild Abundance 12 August 2019 When I last left the Mara in March, the sea of red oat grass was dotted with floating pachyderms and topi marooned on termite mounds. Invisible in the waves, lions eyed rafts of drifting buffalo. The first thunder of the long rains cracked as I flew out. On my return, a few months later, the... By James Hendry
This Week At Angama #61 5 April 2019 Those of you have been on safari before will know what ‘the bug’ is. You will understand the pull of the wilderness, the inner drive that keeps you coming back for more. I wake up each morning fuelled by the excitement of the unknown. What will I see? What will I learn? How will today... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #57 8 March 2019 Having been away from the Mara for the last three weeks, I was excited to get back into the thick of things. Something I love about living in a reserve such as the Maasai Mara is being able to watch the seasons change. Going out nearly every day affords one the opportunity to get to... By Adam Bannister
Shooting Dook, Shooting Angama 5 March 2019 The view from Angama Mara, located high above Africa’s Great Rift Valley and overlooking the Maasai Mara, is the same view that Karen Blixen and Denys Finch Hatton enjoyed when they flew over in a yellow Gypsy Moth bi-plane. The picnic spot, where Meryl Streep and Robert Redford played out their love affair in front... By Annemarie Meintjes
The Story of the Mara Triangle 14 February 2017 The Mara Conservancy is a not-for-profit management company that was established to administer, in collaboration with the Transmara County Council, the Mara Triangle after local leaders became concerned about the levels of mismanagement in the Reserve. A five-year agreement was signed in May 2001 and the Mara Conservancy started operations in June. Much has been... By Liaram Molai