Angama Mara

Tented Suites

Angama Mara’s elegant Tented Suites have been designed to make the most of the extraordinary views of the Maasai Mara from every angle – from the bed, the bath, the sitting area, the shower and even the w/c. With the front of the tents featuring floor-to-ceiling glass, the roof and other three sides are canvas – classic safari olive on the outside and cream on the inside for romance. Spanning over 100 sqm, the Tented Suites all include spacious decks for in-room dining, massage treatments and red rocking chair safaris.


Tented Suites

Super king, extra-length bed (can be configured as two twins)

Family Suites

Interconnected Tented Suites (with twin bed option)


Wheelchair-friendly Tented Suite


Writing desk & 10 Int’l plug points / USB

Personalised drinks cabinet

Double vanity & large soaking bathtub

Floor-to-ceiling glass-fronted tents

Indoor/outdoor terrazzo shower

Two ceiling fans and complimentary WiFi


In-Suite massages

In-Suite dining service

Unobstructed view of the Mara below

Suite Types


Current Rates

From 1,650 per guest per night

Angama Mara’s fully inclusive rates are family and single-traveller friendly, always categorised per guest per night and are categorised by season.



Guided safaris into the Mara Triangle, guided walking safaris on the escarpment, all meals and drinks, laundry, WiFi, on-property guest experiences and child-minding.


Park Fees, Angama Foundation contribution, French Champagne and reserve wines, community visits, hot-air balloon safaris and gratuities.

Rate for standard season


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