High above the Maasai Mara
North Camp Guest Area
Floating on a lily pond and suspended between heaven and earth, the guest areas are for drinking, dining and lounging and boast dramatic views of the Mara below.
NORTH CAMP Guest Area
Floating on a lily pond and suspended between heaven and earth, the guest areas are for drinking, dining and lounging and boast dramatic views of the Mara below
Set on the edge of an escarpment, there is little that is conventional about the creation of Angama Mara, with views that stretch as far as the eye can see across the Maasai Mara set 300 meters below.
Twice-Daily Flights From Nairobi
Both Angama Mara and Angama Safari Camp are just a short 45-minute flight from Kenya’s capital of Nairobi. Guests can travel on the multiple daily scheduled flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport, or opt for a private and convenient charter straight from Nairobi’s main airport, Jomo Kenyatta International.
Various international airlines, as well as the national carrier, Kenya Airways, offer direct flights to Jomo Kenyatta International from hubs all over the world.
Guests are accommodated in spacious Tented Suites, which have been designed for guests’ comfort and are reminiscent of a classical African safari, each with a view as lovely as the next. Every detail has been considered: end-to-end glass frontage, sweeping canvas, decks overhanging the Mara, and inside – polished parquet floors and just the right amount of furniture
Angama Safari Camp
Deep in the heart of the Mara lies a sole-use tented camp accommodating just eight guests in four lovely ensuite tents. This one-of-a-kind camp captures the romance and adventure of the Golden Age of safaris, yet with a lightness of spirit and footprint that will delight guests.
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.