If you’re planning a trip to Central Africa for the annual migration, or at any time of year, there are a number of places that you must include on your itinerary – and Moru Kopjes is one of those. The Moru Kopjes, located in the Serengeti National Park in the heart of the Serengeti, are huge granite rock formations that emerge from the ground like small mountains, creating beautiful vistas and a home to an abundance of local wildlife and flora. One of the most special features of the Moru Kopjes are the trees which grow from the rocks. With the desert floor too hard for trees to grow, trees have actually taken advantage of the trapped water in the rock formations – as do the local animals! They also love the rocks as they provide a great vantage point when hunting or looking for predators. At Moru Kopjes you will also be able to keep a watchful eye out for the local black rhinos. This is the only place in Serengeti National Park where the black rhino still lives. Contact EHabla Travel Agents for you next luxury african safari.


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