Migration madness in the Mara
27 August 2018


Wildebeest in the mist

I am the thrill of the great migration

Hot air balloon floating over the Mara

I am calmly drifting on a gentle breeze

Sun rays over the Mara

I am soaking up the rays of the sun

An implausibility of wildebeest

I am togetherness

Views farther than the eyes can see

I am the view that etches itself into your heart

Friends of the Mara

I am designed to stand out

Angama Mara south camp guest area

I am Angama Mara


There are many reasons guests will want to go to ANGAMA MARAin the Mara Triangle. If the Great Migration is one of them, we have Great Messages to herd new bookings:

September & October 2018 and receive a private vehicle, free of charge.

FOR ALL STAYS (even 1 night)
November and up to 20 December 2018 will also include a free private vehicle.

The above can be combined with the Angama Mara STAY PAY offers.
November up to 15 December 2018 and pay the following RACK rate per person:
3 nights: US$ 2 323 | 4 nights: US$ 2 861
which includes FREE return flights to/from Wilson Airport
and a hot-air balloon ride per person per stay.
And NO, that does not combine with the free private vehicle offer above.
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WHAT WE LOVE: Many of our team are South African and we are all extremely passionate about the country, its people, wildlife and scenic beauty – who would not be with an office in the Cape winelands! But most of all we are proud of what South Africa has achieved and the challenges we have overcome. It is a country that has diversity as its hallmark. From lush forests, vast savannahs, beautiful beaches, arid semi-desert, dramatic mountain ranges to its cosmopolitan cities, ‘Big Five’ wildlife reserves, winelands, gourmet restaurants and colourful shanty towns: South Africa has all any visitor could ask for. Strong on adventure, sport, nature and wildlife, it is also a pioneer and global leader in responsible tourism.


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