Situated in the heart of East Africa, Angama Mara is easily accessible from major international airports and combines perfectly with the safari highlights in the region
Use the interactive map below to plan your flight route to the Mara, discover the other safari highlights of East Africa; or learn more about the Maasai Mara and Africa’s wildlife
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The Mara, as Africa’s loveliest game reserve is affectionately known, forms the northernmost limit of the greater Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, where an abundance of Africa’s game roams over the seemingly endless grasslands. A year-round destination with a temperate climate and seasons dictated by rainfall, the Mara never fails to deliver, and is a breathtaking setting for wildlife photographers, safari enthusiasts, first-timers and seasoned travellers alike
Home to the Big Five and the Great Migration – when nearly two million herbivores risk their lives in a never-ending quest for long grass – that’s just the start of the wildlife on display in the Mara. Over 450 bird species are to be discovered in a staggering diversity of habitats, where hundreds of creatures both great and small live alongside one another. For the safari enthusiast, there is no place quite like East Africa
East Africa beckons, with the promise of an unequalled wildlife experience and staggering diversity in quantities quite unlike anywhere else. Where else in the world, in one easy journey, will you find mountain gorillas, two million animals on the move, ancient calderas and deserts, soaring mist-clad mountains, and beaches so white with seas so blue that they simply take your breathe away?
Guests at Angama Mara surely have the best seats in the house. Not only is the lodge situated in the heart of the East African safari circuit, but its remarkable location high above the exclusive Mara Triangle, and its private access road directly into the Reserve, make it the perfect safari destination – and the epicenter of any journey to East Africa