Maasai Mara

Angama Safari Camp


The Mara in private

Angama Safari Camp is an exclusive tented camp set up deep in the Maasai Mara, a perfect private set up for families and groups after a timeless safari experience surrounded by wildlife.

Four tents can accommodate up to eight people. Simple yet sumptuous with vast beds, a dressing room, bathroom and playful double bucket showers, all with uninterrupted views out across the plains and the thrill of nothing but canvas between you and the wilderness.

Being private, each day is your own with a dedicated guide and vehicle giving you complete flexibility whether you want to wake up before dawn for a full day safari tracking big cats and the migration with a picnic in the middle of nowhere, or fancy a languid lunch watching wildlife wander through camp. At night, gather around the fire with Kenyan cocktails before a fire roasted feast under the stars.


At a glance

  • Four tents

  • Dining and lounge tent

  • Private guide, vehicle and chef

  • Exclusive use with access to Angama Mara's facilities

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    Visit a Maasai manyatta

    A visit to a manyatta gives you a unique chance to learn about the every-day lives of the Maasai people. You’ll also be able to buy gifts and keepsakes to remind you of this incredible experience.

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    Safari drives

    Your game drive will be planned according to your interests. The camp is surrounded by abundant resident wildlife with prides of lion, cheetah, leopard, large elephant herds, buffalo and more. And during the migration season you’ll be right in the heart of the action.

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    Bush BBQ

    Enjoy a dinner cooked over the coals in a lantern-lit forest. You’ll eat family-style at long tables off enamel plates. It’s a fun and relaxed experience with delicious food.

Community & Culture

The Angama Foundation raises funds to assist Partakilat Primary School with various projects and needs. Since 2015 the foundation has built three classrooms, student and teacher ablution facilities and accommodation for teachers. They have also donated 150 pairs of Shoes that Grows, over 100 desks, 300 backpacks filled with stationary and five 10,000-litre capacity water tanks. The foundation has also been involved in other projects in Partakilat, among them were building two Early Childhood Development classrooms, donating bookshelves to the school and constructing a dam to supply water to the school. There are future projects planned to help the school and others.


The Angama Foundation works together with the Mara Conservancy to ensure the wellbeing of the Mara Triangle. That work will extend outwards to the rest of the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem once the Triangle is fully sustainable. Livestock predation compensation and rhino monitoring are two of the matters they are focusing on to begin with. They also work with Collaring for Conservation, Mara Elephant Project and Mara Raptor Project. Angama Mara launched the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year competition to showcase the reserve as one of the best year-round wildlife destinations.


Angama has made a concerted effort to minimise their use of single-use plastics and installed a water bottling plant to produce cold and room temperate still water and sparkling water which goes into reusable glass bottles. This initiative has prevented the waste of some 75,000 plastic bottles over three years. Plastic bottles that are collected from the side of the road in the park are turned into EcoBricks which can be used as building blocks for raised beds in the Shamba.

A nominal nightly donation from guests goes towards the foundation making a difference in education, healthcare and conservation. If you’re interested in visiting any of the projects, your camp manager can make the arrangements for you.

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