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The Swiss Watch of the Kenyan Skies 28 July 2020 Some of us may have been fortunate enough to experience the delight of buying and then driving a brand new car straight off the showroom floor. But doing the same with an aircraft is certainly kicking things up a notch. That’s exactly what happened to David and Kathy of East African Air Charters (EAAC). It... By Sue van Winsen
In Search of the Shoebill 14 July 2020 If you’ve ever been dubious about birds being the descendants of dinosaurs, look no further than the shoebill. Just look at it; it’s basically a flying dinosaur. Even its scientific name, Balaeniceps rex (which literally translates to “King of the Whale Heads”), sounds more like a name reserved for a giant prehistoric reptile than a... By Tyler Davis
A Journey to the Roof of Africa 7 July 2020 Let me start off by saying that everyone has a different experience climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Some are blessed with perfect weather and make it to the top in sneakers and a T-shirt, while others have to turn around due to life-threatening altitude sickness. Given that it has taken me almost nine months to recount my... By Shannon Davis
Out of an African Kitchen and into a Cookery Book 16 June 2020 To say we move fast at Angama, would be an understatement. “What do our guests enjoy doing while on safari? Taking photographs!”, and the Photographic Studio was built. “We need to feed our guests as locally and responsibly as possible”, and the Shamba  was planted. So no surprise that when we needed gorgeous food images... By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
A Walk of Hope, Humanity and Hardship 26 May 2020 It took me 20 years to visit Kibera and my only regret is that I didn’t discover it sooner. As a South African I am always asked by international visitors which slum they should experience? I have been to Soweto and Alexandra township in my home city of Jozi and maybe my reluctance to visit... By Nicky Fitzgerald
Shopping For Good 31 March 2020 Where do your dollars go when you spend them at the Angama Safari Shop? You may be surprised to learn that there are many items that provide a feel-good purchase with the proceeds being used to fund important work in East African communities. 4Africa is an organisation in Uganda, founded in 2011 with the goal... By Shannon Davis