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The most unlikely of battles
14 February 2020
On a beautiful October afternoon in the Triangle, Angama Mara guest, Mike Welton from Canada, was on safari with his guide John, when with much excitement they came across a female leopard hunting an impala grazing nearby. Taking her time for what she thought was the perfect moment, the leopard patiently stalked her prey, but...
This Week At Angama #105
7 February 2020
This marks the first week of our third year running this series. If you’re a newcomer, you’re in for a treat (and please check out the previous 104 weeks), and if you’re a loyal fan, thanks for checking in each and every Friday.
This Week At Angama #104
31 January 2020
The Mara may be wet, but don’t let that dampen the mood. The grasslands are magnificent, the skies are gigantic, and the animals as plentiful as ever.
What’s In A Name? – Speke & Burton
28 January 2020
In our next instalment of our “What’s in a Name?” series, we take a look at one side of perhaps the most notorious of explorer rivalries in African history.
This Week At Angama #102
17 January 2020
The rains are back in the Mara and one of the best things about this is the wet savanna brings wildlife closer to the road making for some exciting sightings
This Week At Angama #101
10 January 2020
It’s been another busy week in the Mara – morning, noon and dusk, no matter the time of day, there is always a beautiful scene to capture
This Week At Angama #100
3 January 2020
The photographic blog series that showcases weekly visual stories from the Maasai Mara celebrates its 100th edition.