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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. We brainstormed ‘What next to delight our guests?’ and building a handsome room to showcase maps of every sort made perfect sense. Our guests come from all corners of the world and when they arrive in the Mara, often their first stop on their first ever African safari is with us and how better to welcome and orientate them than in a room filled with maps. Architects Sandy and Dan flew from Seattle to the Mara to design our Map Room and this is Sandy’s story. By Sandy Wolf
A Teller of Tales in Maasailand 24 December 2019 Joel Kapante Ole Reyia’s first poem was published in a conservation journal at the tender age of 14. Despite some setbacks he has not put his pen down since… By Joel Kapante
A Bastion For The Big 5 10 December 2019 The Mara Triangle is fortunate to be home to healthy populations of all the Big 5 – in no small part due to the steadfast dedication of those who work tirelessly to conserve it By Adam Bannister
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