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Safari in Style

A new take on classic tent design

Glass floor-to-ceiling doors and Maasai finishes

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A safari on the edge of the world

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Views from everywhere

From the bed, bath and even the basins

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Your own private deck

For romantic dinners just for two

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The Best Seat in the House

Architect duo Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens, and Jan Allan, Kenya’s King of Canvas, designed Angama Mara’s elegant and classical tented suites with an 11-metre wide floor-to-ceiling glass front. Each tent has the same breathtaking view – no one is better than the last – and every day, the sunrise provides guests with early morning theatre as the hot air balloons float gently by.

Tented Suites at a Glance

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.


  • Decor features highly polished parquet floors with distinctive splashes of Maasai red and beautiful John Vogel woven screens
  • With brass finishes and Africology amenities, the double vanity features double basins adjacent to a separate w/c
  • A handsome drinks cabinet includes a personal bar and safe discreetly tucked away
  • The writing desk is equipped with ample charging points and WiFi
  • A butler’s lobby allows for the discreet delivery of early morning tea and coffee



Additional Guest Tent Types

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

Family suites

Each camp has two sets of interconnected family suites which are identical to tented suites, except with the addition of a fully enclosed walkway linking them together. This means you can still enjoy your space and privacy, with the peace of mind of being able to safely and easily move between the two tented suites.

Quick Facts:
Each camp has two sets of interconnected family tents - four in total
The walkway is enclosed on all sides, making it safe to move between tents at any time of day or night
Children under the age of 12 can share a tented suite with their parents, with a fold-out bed converting it into a triple

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Patty's Tent

Elderly guests, or those with restricted mobility, have the option of staying at Patty’s Tent which has been designed specifically for guests with physical limitations. This tented suite includes modifications such as grab rails and ramps, but without sacrificing any special touches or comforts.

Quick Facts:
Patty's tent has been fitted with grab rails in both the shower and the w/c
The tent has been cleared of any unnecessary furniture, while all level changes have been fitted with gently sloping ramps
All gravel paths have been cleared between the tent, guest area and vehicle drop-off point

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From Sunrise to Sunset

A day at Angama Mara


Descend down Angama Mara’s private road into the heart of the action. As the sun breaks the horizon, you will be surrounded by more animals than you could imagine


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A gentle early morning wake up to a cappuccino and freshly baked Maasai honey biscuits placed discreetly by your butler in the lobby of your tent


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Enjoy a picnic somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the vast grasslands of the Mara Triangle, perhaps under a lone desert date tree with only elephants as company


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Follow the sound of the rhythmic chanting of the Maasai warriors to the sundowner boma, where a gin and tonic, delicious bitings  and a sunset performance awaits


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Wander through the Shamba (kitchen garden) picking and tasting the leaves and fruits along the way. Relax with some chilled rosé wine under the giant moth trees


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


Current Rates



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

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