Angama Mara highlights the true beauty of the Kenyan Wilderness
Known as the place where the light never sits still, Angama Mara offers a safari experience like no other by bringing you straight into the heart of the Maya Plains, which is home to the most prestigious game reserve in the country.
Few places on Earth are so remote and yet so thoroughly bristling with life as the Mara Plains, where the sky merges into the horizon and you can see nothing but the most lush wilderness for as far as the eye can see.
Angama Mara recognised that the sumptuous view is almost as important as getting in amongst the wildlife, which is why their exclusive tented suites and the hospital guest area are all located on the edge of the Rift Valley, affording a breath-taking view that simply cannot be described in words.
Witness Truly Great Natural Events
This locale is what sets Angama Mara apart from traditional safari lodges, affording a spectacular view no matter where your tented suite is located. By simply looking over the rift you are afforded a view of the Maya Plains where you can witness some of the great natural events that occur every year.
From your suite you will be able to witness the magnificent Great Migration, which occurs every year between the months of July and October, before descending down the Angama Mara private track so that you can get up close and personal with the Mara Triangle area of the reserve, which is the most stunning and exclusive area of the plains.
Experience Kenyan Life With The Most Inclusive of Safaris
Of course, Angama Mara isn’t simply defined by the quality of the view from your tented suite. They also offer some of the most invigorating and life-affirming safari experiences in the modern world, taking in a wide variety of locations and cultures that allow you to delve right into the natural beauty of Kenya.
Witness the Great Migration at Maasai Mara and explore the base of Mount Kilimanjaro at Amboseli, where you will encounter glorious herds of elephants alongside hundreds of other animals all ripe for photographing so that you can preserve the memory.
The wildlife isn’t the only natural beauty that you will find though, as the safari can also take in an adventurous trek on one of the many mountain trails of Mount Kenya, where you can take in the full glory of the country’s second-highest mountain whether you are an amateur or an experienced walker.
Afterwards, you will make your way to the stunning Lake Naivasha, where you will see even more wildlife that can’t be found on the plains. The eye-catching pink-backed pelican is just one of the many birds who roam around the lake and you will find an enormous range of game, from buffalo to giraffes, find their way to the lake to refresh themselves.
The safari concludes with a visit to the ancient and historically important town of Lamu, where you will be able to drink in the local culture, explore the long and winding roads dotted throughout the town and learn more about the Swahili culture and what it means to the Kenyan people of today.