Towering high on the Rift Valley’s Oloololo Escarpment with direct and private access to the Mara Triangle, this
Each of the 30 luxury tented suites echo the traditional Maasai culture with splashes of red and tartan print throughout, coupled with minimalist design, so as not to disrupt the dramatic, 180° panoramic views. Soak up your surroundings with provided binoculars from the comfort of your own room, equipped with 10 metre wide, floor-to-ceiling glass windows or on the private wooden decks that hang above the Mara below.
The Pavilion, which sits between the two campsites, is the perfect place to unwind after a day on safari. Catch the sun setting over the reserve with a drink at the cosy pit fire. Other luxury amenities include a fitness centre, swimming pool and art studio where you can meet local Maasai women, and watch their talented craft-making.
Cramped classrooms a thing of the past
After much consultation with the community, the 17th March 2017 marked an important day as the Angama Foundation proudly opened is two maiden education projects; accommodation for 16 teachers at Emurutoto Primary School and three new classrooms at Partakilat Primary School. The teacher accommodation replaced mud buildings and allows teachers to prepare adequately for the task of educating hundreds of young learners. The school buildings in the Partakilat Primary School have given the 200 children a place to learn, many having had lessons under the shade of a tree before.
March 2017 also saw the opening of the Angama Mara Clinic. Created to serve the community as well as staff and guests, it is open all year round to provide medicine and skilled medical advice. The clinic goes from strength to strength – guests have even provided specialist medical equipment such as a fetal monitor and a defibrillator.