Here's Where Your Next Big Adventure Begins

Safari. Opulence. Angama Mara does both.

By The Editors

If Hemingway and Hefner Had a Son, He'd Safari Here
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16 September 2015

Campers access the estate via a private airfield; from there, guests are shuttled to one of 30 tented suites, each with views of the reserve below — home to Africa's "Big Five" (lions, elephants, rhinos, cape buffalo and leopards) as well as your kids' favorite new animals: giraffes and zebras. Head out into the bush on morning game drives (now with in-car charging stations) or post-breakfast safaris. Guests can travel by jeep or by foot, all under the watchful gaze of Angama trackers and guides. 

Want more? Take a hot-air balloon ride. Still more? Grab your camera for a tour with a photography expert. Haven't had enough? Meet Maasai people, schedule a massage, work out in the gym, read Out of Africa in the library...However you spend your time, you aren't going to want to go home. 


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