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Angama Mara, best lodge to enjoy Wildebeest Migration in Maasai Mara

Angama Mara, best lodge to enjoy Wildebeest Migration in Maasai Mara
Written by See Africa Today

Set in the heart of the famous Maasai Mara in Kenya, Angama Mara is the ultimate dose for a fulfilling and memorable stay in the wilderness. It is undeniably an investment you can help but marvel about!

For those lucky enough to have spent time here, they know that Angama Mara has a special place in their hearts and geologically too because the glitz and glamour at this safari lodge has a unique stay between heaven and earth. It stands on the edge of the Great Africa Rift Valley, stuck deep in the wilderness and its elevations elicits a feeling of hanging mid-air.

Derived from a Swahili word, Angama means “suspended in mid-air” in English. It towers high above the floor of the Great Rift Valley and overlooks the iconic Maasai Mara. In short, it is one of the most amazing game reserves in Africa.

This safari lodge features a set of two tastefully designed camps with tented suites. Angama Safari Camp shifts from the norm and offers an all exclusive mobile tented camp set up in the Mara Triangle where thousands of wildebeest pass during the Great Migration.

The tented suites have a floor-to-ceiling glass facade whose intent is to get the best of views in the Mara at your comfort. This safari lodge features a private airfield that is linked to the mara directly.

The guest area is a long, expansive deck hanging on the edge of the escarpment overlooking beautiful African bushes extending to the mara. Guests have can have any setting they want on the deck, a policy which elevates comfort in this lodge.

At the Mara Triangle where Angama Mara Safari Camp is situated, more than 450 mammals walk past the camp after crossing the Mara River during the migration.

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