Angama Mara’s elegant and classical tented suites all boast breath-taking views and 11m wide floor-to-ceiling glass fronts. Designed by renowned architects Silvio Rech & Lesley Carstens, and crafted by Jan Allan, Kenya’s King of Canvas, the tents perch on the edge of the Great Rift Valley overlooking the lovely Maasai Mara.
Angama Mara’s food tastes as good as it looks and is inspired by what Denys Finch Hatton’s camp chef might have cooked in the early days of being on safari. A team of Kenyan chefs prepare meals for our guests focusing on it being perfectly cooked and beautifully presented using the freshest and finest local produce: grass-fed beef, tropical fruits, prawns from the coast and a multitude of garden greens straight from the Shamba.
Inspired by colonial country club living, the interiors of Angama Mara’s high design guest areas are wrapped on all four sides by glass stacking doors, offering our guests an indoor/outdoor experience. With expansive decks and a handsome baraza, there is no defined sitting room, dining room or bar – just a charming mix of everything.
Angama Safari Camp is an exclusive-use light-footprint tented camp accommodating up to eight guests in four lovely ensuite tents sited deep in the Maasai Mara. This unique camp captures the romance and adventure of the glorious Golden Age of safaris, yet with a lightness of spirit and footprint that will both surprise and delight guests.
Kenyan hospitality is renowned for being warm and welcoming, and the Angama staff is no exception. Chosen because service runs deep in their DNA, the team believes our guests’ happiness is everybody’s business and nothing is ever too much trouble. Many had worked previously with Nicky & Steve and our staff is consistently recognized by our guests for their warm and professional service.