A Ugandan Safari: Part One 9 February 2016 GOOD CALL, PTOLEMY Around 1800 years ago the Greco-Roman mathematician, astronomer, geographer and astrologer Ptolemy drew on his map of Africa, in what today is known as Uganda, Lunae Montes, or as we now call them, Mountains of the Moon. Kate and I recently travelled to Uganda on a chimpanzee quest but secretly I was...
Enough Already with TGM – A January Mara Safari 17 March 2015 Susie Allan is a born and bread Kenyan and has a great passion for plants, traditional artefacts and wild places and shares some of her sitings on a recent January safari and explains why this is such a magical time to visit the Mara
First Hand 26 May 2015 Nicky Fitzgerald writes about her experience in working with highly talented architect and creative genius Sylvio Rech and his ability to pick up just about any writing tool close to him and create exceptional, to scale designs
Citizen Science takes Birding Global at Angama Mara 7 October 2015 For generations, to be a scientist was something you either chose as a career or practiced for fun as an amateur in your basement or backyard. There are obviously many notable exceptions – Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday, and William Herschel come to mind – but the reality is that the majority of amateur science historically...
Hot Air Ballooning
Read all about floating over the Mara in a hot air balloon, an unmatched safari and surely a once-in-a-lifetime experience. This is truly the perfect start to any day in the Maasai Mara.