AMIDST THE MEGA HERDS
Welcome to Angama Safari Camp, a sole-use mobile tented camp accommodating just eight guests in four lovely ensuite tents sited deep in a remote wilderness area of the south-western Mara Triangle. 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 our guests.
TUCKED AWAY IN THE HEART OF THE MIGRATION
A new approach to wilderness camping surrounded by the mega herds of the migration and abundant resident wildlife. Each day’s programme is entirely up to you with a dedicated safari vehicle, guide and Safari Camp team. With easy access to the crossing points, safaris can start at sunrise with the action right on your doorstep and end after sunset arriving back at your private safari camp where the team are waiting to take care of you with gentle and warm Kenyan service.
How To Get There
LOCATION & ACCESS
Daily scheduled flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to Serena airfield, the closet airstrip to Angama Safari Camp. A 45-minute flight, depending on routing and 60-minute safari from the airfield to camp, depending on game viewing enroute. Excellent air access from Nairobi and the Serengeti (via Migori in Kenya and Tarime in Tanzania. Accessible by road from other camps in the Greater Maasai Mara.MORE ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY TO THE MARA
Safari Camp Experiences
ADVENTURE BY DAY AND ROMANCE BY NIGHT
With a dedicated safari vehicle, guide and Safari Camp team, each day’s programme is entirely up to the guests...Stare at the fire, listen to the birds, read, take a nap, relax in the red rocker, watch the sun set, cook over the coals; breathe the fresh air and try and count the stars.
“Our purpose is to provide an impeccable safari experience that distils the sophistication of simplicity right down to its very essence. Stare at the fire, listen to the birds, read, take a nap, relax in the red rocker, watch the sun set, cook over the coals; breathe the fresh air, try and count the stars, and share many stories. Our wish is for our guests to experience an overwhelming sense of ‘this is all mine’.”
Nicky Fitzgerald, Owner of Angama Mara
Safari Camp Details
LAUNCH DATE & BOOKINGS
Angama Safari Camp opens for bookings early July 2020 and will operate until the end of September, with October on request.
NUMBER OF TENTS
4 tents with a maximum of 8 guests, this is a sole-use camp with a minimum 3 night stay
CHILDREN & FAMILIES
Children of all ages welcome (triples are not offered)
The Mara is classified as a low risk malaria area – seek medical advice prior to travel
SEASONS & TEMPERATURES
The Mara enjoys a warm and temperate climate all year round. Summer months are October to April with temperature min 20˚C/68˚F and max 34˚C/94˚F; Winter from May to September with temperatures: min 11˚C/52˚F; max 25˚C/77˚F. Rainfall generally occurs in brief afternoon thunder
showers during the months of March to May and November to mid-December.
CHECK IN & CHECK OUT
12pm (no early check-ins available)
10am (no late departures available)
PASSPORT & VISA REQUIREMENTS
Many nationalities, including the US & UK, require a visa to enter Kenya. Cost is $50 and are obtainable through an online portal. Please make sure your passport is valid for a minimum of 6 months after arrival in Kenya, with a minimum of three consecutive blank pages
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