Suba kopjes

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A small cluster of koppie that mark the southern border and tip of Serengeti national park. It serves as a remote tourist attraction because it sits in an area where the wildebeest come to calve, spending as much as 3 months grazing on its green pastures.

What to do there?Game drives and air safaris, mostly to see the wildebeest, Zebra and animals that prey on them. For a more comprehensive list of attractions, see the attractions page.

Best time to visitThe last and first months of the year, a time not in any of the rainy seasons, and when the herds of Wildebeest and Zebra are either moving in, or calving.

Location of Suba kopjesSuba kopjes is located on the border between Serengeti national park and Maswa game reserve. It also sits in an area where the wildebeest migration spends about 3 months calving.

For more information on this place, please see the map below.

How to get there?By air or by vehicle, with the first using the nearby Ndutu airstrip and having the added advantage of seeing Serengeti and even Ngorongoro conservation area from above.

The more scenic land based route would give you an opportunity to tour much more of the parks, and have an adventure that could take a week or more.

There is no discrimination as to the vehicle type, but 4x4s do perform better. For More information on park fees and tariffs, please see the TANAPA website.

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