A central pavilion is shared by both camps and features an infinity pool, a well-equipped fitness studio with a folding glass front, a Maasai design studio, a gift shop, a library, and a deck ideal for taking in the captivating view.
The Mara Triangle offers guests year-round wildlife sightings, and Angama’s location on a private conservancy allows for the freedom to go far beyond only early morning or late afternoon game drives. As well as drives, the lodge offers guided walking safaris, hot-air balloon rides, visits to a traditional Maasai village and picnics on the site used in the iconic film, Out of Africa.
Angama’s menu changes daily, with international dishes rooted in local Kenyan cuisine and paired with exceptional South African wines. There’s no shortage of places to dine: enjoy a bush lunch under a tree in the Mara, a lantern-lit barbeque in the forest, or breakfast on your private deck watching the hot air balloons float by.