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Welcome to Angama Mara, a remarkable owner-run safari lodge inspired by the Swahili word for ‘suspended in mid-air’. Located high above the floor of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, Angama Mara overlooks Kenya’s Maasai Mara, considered by many as the loveliest game reserve on the continent.

Here guests will find a lodge where everything is as it ought to be: two intimate camps of just fifteen tented suites each, a private airfield and access to the Mara below, tailor-made safari days and a famously warm Kenyan welcome.

HOME OF THE SAFARI

THE HEART OF MAASAILAND

BREATHTAKING VIEWS

BETWEEN HEAVEN & EARTH

ADVENTURE BY DAY

Days are as action-packed or as gentle as guests choose them to be. The Mara Triangle is home to Africa’s great mammals, a mere 10 minute drive from the lodge, and guests can experience hot air ballooning, walking safaris, cultural visits to neighbouring Maasai villages – or simply do nothing at all.

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TAILOR-MADE EXPERIENCES EVERY DAY

Angama Mara offers tailor-made safari experiences with complete flexibility. Plan your perfect day on safari in the Maasai Mara.

A Warm Kenyan Welcome

At the heart of the lodge surely has to be the kind, warm and gentle team of Kenyans who take loving care of all the guests. The lodge family of safari guides, chefs, butlers, housekeepers and camp managers is driven by guest delight; the joy of being of service runs deep
in this owner-run safari lodge

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Ciao Alfajiri

16 January 2018 Kate Fitzgerald Boyd writes about her visit to the charming Alfajiri Villas on Kenya’s Swahili coast, and the delightful time spent there with her new family

Take a Bow!

9 January 2018 For four crazy days Les Fox returned to the lodge, after a two and a half year absence, to check that the Angama team was delivering guest delight to the highest standard

Saruni of the Siria Clan

2 January 2018 A day to remember when a little boy from Johannesburg was welcomed into his Maasai family and his mother nearly missed marking the heifer