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Homegrown Narratives In The Savannah 13 October 2020 For filmmaker Faith Musembi, the Maasai Mara represents home in a profound way. Even though she has no immediate tribal or traditional ties to the area, it is where she found a sense of direction and belonging as a filmmaker By Faith Musembi
Two Weeks, Four Photographers And A Million Wildebeest 29 September 2020 As soon as local travel opened up, a team of four accomplished Kenyan photographers and filmmakers flew to Angama Mara to capture the drama of the Great Migration in near total solitude. This is their account of how they spent their days from sun up to sun down By Clement Kiragu
The Power of Digital Reading 30 June 2020 The global COVID-19 health crisis has led to an education crisis in many countries, including Kenya. Joel Kapante explores how Worldreader promotes digital literacy with their BookSmart remote learning app By Joel Kapante
Nature Continues To Heal 28 April 2020 Author, guide and WildEarth host James Hendry had the original intention for this blog to be an amusing yarn in the lead up to the annual Mara Triangle Fiesta. But the world has been flipped onto its back since that was set By James Hendry
9 Years of Patience for 30 Seconds of Action 7 April 2020 For nearly a decade, Angama Mara guest, Gavin Werbeloff, has been trying to capture the perfect photograph of a cheetah mid-hunt. From the outset, his October trip to the Mara was different – but would it finally culminate in success? By Gavin Werbeloff
Twice As Nice 24 March 2020 What could be better than a safari picnic in the middle of the Maasai Mara? Two picnics, of course. Lauren Levi recently discovered on her full-day safari exploring the Triangle that the choice of breathtaking picnic sites doubles. This tree? No, that one. On the banks of the Mara River? No, tucked under the Great Rift valley, please. By Lauren Levi
A Year Of Cats, Clashes And Unlikely Coalitions 31 December 2019 As we head into the New Year, we asked the Angama Mara guiding team to tell as about their best safari highlights for 2019 By The Guides of Angama