Turner's kopjes

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A koppie that is located right next to Turner's springs of Serengeti national park. It serves as one of the attractions in the area - an addition to the Serengeti landscape, a good spot to see wildlife as well as plant species that have been kept sheltered from the harsh elements of the plains.

What to do there?Game drives and wildlife viewing, anything from hyrax to lions and hyenas. It usually is done as a combo with the Turner's springs.

Best time to visit?Any time of the year.

Location of Turner's kopjesTurner's Kopjes is located about 10 kilometres east of Seronera village, and right at the heart of Serengeti national park. It also sits next to the Ngare nanyuki river, and right where it meets the stream from Turner's springs.

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

How to get there?By air or vehicle, with Seronera airstrip being about a 10 minute drive away, where there are many campsites, hotels and shops.

It takes about a two hour drive through dirt roads to get to the area from the outer edges of the park. There is no preference for 4x4s, and both rentals and privately owned vehicles can be used.

For more information on park fees and regulations, please see the TANAPA Website.

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