Safari in Style
OVERLOOKING THE MAASAI MARA
A new take on classic tent design
Views from everywhere
Your own private deck
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.
With two separate but identical camps, each with 15 tented suites, Angama Mara offers a selection of tented suites to fulfil your individual requirements, whether you may be taking your children on safari, or perhaps travelling with someone who has limited mobility
Angama Mara’s fully inclusive rates are family and single-traveller friendly, always categorised per guest per night and are categorised by season
FROM US$1,400 PER GUEST PER NIGHT
INCLUDED: 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
EXCLUDED: Park Fees, Angama Foundation contribution, French Champagne and Reserve Wines, community visits, hot-air balloon safaris and gratuities
A day at Angama Mara
The Angama Mara property overlooks what many safari travellers deem the finest game reserve on the continent, the Maasai Mara. Angama Mara’s tented suites stretch out over two kopjes, the third being the site where many of the most memorable scenes from Out of Africa were filmed.
The lodge consists of two totally separate and identical camps, each with its own guest area. Inspired by the old-world atmosphere of Nairobi’s famous Muthaiga Club, guests dine, read, relax, and enjoy a drink in a place where indoors and outdoors merge into one. The architecture is filled with drama, the red brickwork inspired by local Maasai dwelling finishes.
Deep in the heart of the Mara sits a sole-use safari camp accommodating just eight guests in four ensuite tents, entirely separate from the lodge. This lovely camp captures the romance and adventure of the Golden Age of safaris yet with a lightness of spirit that will delight guests
The King of Canvas
When Patty Came To Stay
Shooting Dook, Shooting Angama