About Mountain Zebra National Park
The terrain of this incredibly scenic park varies from grass-covered plateaus to wooded ravines, providing a stunning sanctuary for the rare Cape Mountain Zebra.
It is also home to herds of eland, springbuck, kudu, black wildebeest, blesbuck, Cape buffalo, red hartebeest and over 250 bird species. Smaller predators such as cheetah, caracal, brown hyena, African wildcat, bat-eared fox and aardwolf can be seen occasionally.
There are opportunities for game viewing from your own vehicle, riding, walking along several nature trails, or undertaking the three day hiking trail.
Visitors to the park can overnight in the rest camp’s caravan park or self-contained chalets. The park also offers a licensed restaurant, conference facilities, swimming pools, fuel pumps and a shop for provisions and souvenirs.
An unforgettable experience is a stay in the Doornhoek farmstead, a National Monument dating from 1836. The house is furnished with beautiful antiques and lies hidden in a secluded valley.
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