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The Magic of the Maasai Mara

Angama Mara is situated on a Kenyan escarpment overlooking the Maasai Mara, offering captivating sightings of the great wildebeest migration. Even beyond the four-month migration season, wildlife teems below this elevated ultra-luxurious tented camp where more than 450 bird species abound.

As an owner-run safari lodge, Angama Mara is filled with highly personalized services, with activities that are tailor-made to suit your interests – without having to follow a schedule. Book a sunrise hot-air balloon ride, go walking on the edge of the Great Rift Valley, wander through the one-acre kitchen garden (picking and eating as you go along), visit the home of a Maasai family, or indulge in an intimate hill-crest picnic near the spot where the famous picnic scene was shot for the film Out of Africa.

4 Nights Kenya, Maasai Mara National Park
From $14 000*

For two people
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Maasai Mara National Park

Angama Mara

Angama Mara is a remarkable owner-run safari lodge. Daily activities are tailor-made, flexibile and not according to a schedule. View Africa’s animals as you silently float above and past them in a hot air balloon, an experience for which the Mara is famous. Extraordinary game-viewing 12-months of the year and front row seats to the annual Wildebeest Migration.

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Maasai Mara National Park

Angama Mara

FAQs.

In East Africa, the main rainy season falls over the March, April and May period. Angama Mara does not shut down however and with fewer vehicles around, the experience will be an even more exclusive one. The best time for seeing the migration in full swing however is July, August and September where herds are generally in the Maasai Mara area or crossing backwards and fowards over the Mara river between Tanzania and Kenya.

Most nationalities can secure a visa on arrival into the country or online via Kenya’s e-visa portal (access it here https://evisa.go.ke/). If you are planning to add either Rwanda or Uganda to your itinerary, a single East Africa Tourist Visa can be purchased which will allow access to all 3 countries. Please check your eligibility for these visa-types online.

Good advice for Travel in Kenya is to make sure that you have US Currency in small denominations (and issued after 2010) for all purchases. Credit card payments are accepted as well for payments at hotels / lodges although it is better to have USD for tipping and for purchases from markets and shops. Many vendors do not accept American Express so it would be better to travel with either Visa or Mastercard