A cluster of rocky hills or Koppie
that are located in the southern part of Serengeti national park
. They serve as a tourist attraction both for the amazing landscapes of the area as well as the animals that feed or live here.
What makes it even more special, is its location at the starting stages of the wildebeest migration and near where they calve. This enables visitors to see the migrating wildebeest up close, along with their newly born calves and accompanying horde of predators. What to do there?
Game drives, or spend time at the nearby campsites, lodges and tented camps. For a list of other attractions that you could visit in the area, please see the section below after map or the attractions page
. Best time to visit?
In the early months of the year, when the wildebeest start to move up north, or the end of the year, when they are calving nearby, though you may need a good 4 x 4 to be here during the rainy season of march to june.
Location of Kusini Kopjes
Kusini kopjes is located on the south eastern end of Serengeti national park, a few kilometres from the borders with Maswa game reserve
(south) and Ngorongoro conservation area
(east). For more information on this location, please see the map below.How to get there?
By flight would be the most convenient, landing at the kusini airstrip
, then using a prearranged vehicle to get around the area. Alternatively you could use a private, rental or tours and travel vehicle to drive here from nearby places, with no preference for 4 x 4's.
It takes about an hours drive to get there from Naabi hill gate
. For more information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website
, and if going there by a private car, fees paid include vehicle entry fee, camping/accommodation fees and conservation fees.