No Fee Deferrals On-site COVID Testing Last Minute Migration Availability
HOME All articles in category: This Week at Angama

ALL ARTICLES IN CATEGORY:

This Week at Angama

Showing:
x This Week at Angama
All categories
Chai With Angama
This Week at Angama
Giving Back
Inside Angama
Safari Style
The Mara
Travel East Africa
Stories From The Mara
Uncategorized
x All contributors
All contributors
Azei Lago
JAMES FITZGERALD
Jeffrey Thige
Mwikali Ndambo
Tyler Davis

Featured Story

This Week at Angama #188 10 September 2021 This week Eric managed to fulfil not one, but two lifelong photographic ambitions, while the misty landscape took the sense of mystery to the next level By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #187 3 September 2021 By chance, we discovered the most wonderful of surprises this week. A sighting even more precious and memorable than a mighty river crossing By Adam Bannister
This Week at Angama #186 27 August 2021 The Great Migration is still keeping us on our toes, with what will happen next being anyone’s guess. Regardless, there was plenty to keep Eric busy this week, from a crocodile feeding frenzy to some oh-so-handsome nomadic lions By Eric Averdung
This Week at Angama #185 20 August 2021 What goes on in a gnu’s brain? This Migration Season reinforces just how much these animals live up to their collective noun – an implausibility – as they continue to behave in perplexing ways By Robert Sayialel
This Week at Angama #184 13 August 2021 The Great Migration is predictable in its unpredictability. No year is like the one before and this season is no exception as the mega herds continue to gather, taking a route less travelled straight into the Mara Triangle By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #183 6 August 2021 Migration Season is in full swing, with some of the biggest herds ever witnessed stretching as far as the eye can see. While the focus is mainly on the wildebeests and zebras, there is a lot going on with the Triangle’s year-round resident wildlife By Eric Averdung
This week at Angama #182 30 July 2021 The newest members of Angama's Photographic Studio, Robert and Eric, documented This Week at Angama, discovering a few of the unimaginable scenes that unfold every day By Robert Sayialel
This Week At Angama #181 23 July 2021 The arrival of the Great Migration has a knock-on effect that changes the behaviours of the Mara’s usual characters, making for unexpected discoveries around every corner By Douggy Onsongo
This Week At Angama #180 16 July 2021 On the one year anniversary of Kenya’s borders reopening, it’s not only guests that are making their way back to the Mara – the first mega herds of the Great Migration have also made their appearance By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #179 9 July 2021 It’s high season at the lodge and everyone is running to and fro, but like time, the Mara waits for no one. To the relief of those of us sitting in cities with pigeons and pomeranians, here is our wildlife fix By Charlotte Ross Stewart
This Week At Angama #178 2 July 2021 Just days away from the arrival of the mega-herds, the Mara is abundant with remarkable sightings. Species great and small are competing for their place in this diverse ecosystem By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #177 25 June 2021 Love is in the air. Perhaps it’s the excitement from the soon-to-begin Migration that has everything from leopards to puffadders mating across the Mara By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #176 18 June 2021 The Mara River, the lifeblood of this remarkable reserve, takes centre stage this week, as herds of zebra gather along its banks. Daily they run the gauntlet - dicing with death By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #175 11 June 2021 As fires sweep across the dusty plains of the Mara, yet again we start to look south, scanning the horizon of the Serengeti. It’s official - we are just days away from the start of Migration Season 2021 By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #174 4 June 2021 Douggy captures another week at Angama with all the familiar favourites. What is most exciting is a highly anticipated update on the Sausage Tree Pride, with happy news from these much-loved lions who continue to thrive and reap the rewards of their ever-increasing numbers By Douggy Onsongo
Load more