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What A Year It Has Been Here In The Mara

The Angama guides share their best wildlife sightings for 2018: wild dog, a lizard kill, brave mothers, foolish mothers, crossing dramas, feeding frenzies, narrow escapes, an ostrich getting the better of a leopard, and yes, even a pangolin

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Guiding , Maasai Mara , Mara Triangle , Safari , Wildlife

About: Nicky Fitzgerald

After more than 30 years in hospitality, starting with a small hotel at the foot of Africa and followed by a further couple of Cape hotels, most notably The Bay, and sixty plus safari lodges across Africa and India, Nicky has served more meals, puffed more cushions, filled more beds, trained more staff and opened more properties than she cares to remember. Her driving force is ‘will our guests love this?’ She has come full circle and is happily puffing, cooking, training and filling to her heart’s content high up on the edge of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley at Angama Mara.

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