Maasai Mara Camping

Angama Safari Camp

Welcome to Angama Safari Camp, a light-footprint sole-use tented camp accommodating up to eight guests in four lovely en-suite 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 that will both surprise and delight guests. Here, you can enjoy the comforts of 21st century camping, but with the thrill of having nothing but canvas between you, the Mara and year-round abundant wildlife right on your doorstep.

All this ‘Just for Me’

Each day the Safari Camp team, together with the Guide and dedicated safari vehicle, plans our guests’ day around what they would like to do. From before sunrise to after sunset, safaris will be packed with adventure followed by stories around the camp fire.

No one day will be the same as the one before. Perhaps set off in the early morning at to watch the sunrise over the Mara, enjoying breakfast and lunch picnic-style under a fig tree somewhere in the middle of nowhere? Or come back to the Safari Camp for a long, lazy lunch and a siesta – the choice is all yours.

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Explore the Camp

How to Get Here

There are daily scheduled flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport directly to the Mara – approximately a 45-minute flight, depending on routing, followed by a safari from the airfield to the specific site where Angama Safari Camp has been set up. For those coming from elsewhere in East Africa, there is excellent air access from Nairobi and the Serengeti. Angama Safari Camp is also accessible by road from other camps in the Greater Maasai Mara.

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Safari Camp Details

Number of Tents

Angama Safari Camp has four spacious en-suite tents. It is a sole-use camp and can be booked for just one guest – all the way up to a maximum of eight guests in total. There is also a smaller en-suite tent for a private guide, chef or host. A minimum stay of two nights applies.

Children & Families

Children of all ages welcome (one triple tent can be offered).

Malaria Protection

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 temperatures of min 20˚C/68˚F and max 34˚C/94˚F; Winter is generally from May to September with temperatures varying between min 11˚C/52˚F and max 25˚C/77˚F. Rainfall generally occurs in brief afternoon thundershowers during the months of March to May and November to mid-December.

Check In & Check Out

Check in at 12pm, check out at 10am. Due to the sole-use nature of the camp, regrettably no early check ins or late check outs are possible.

Plan Your Stay

Angama’s rates are all-inclusive, family and single traveller-friendly. Please contact us and one of our expert Travel Planners will be in touch.

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