This Eastern Cape national park is a place of rolling plains, craggy hills and deep valleys, and has become a haven for the Cape Mountain Zebra. The Park was proclaimed in 1937 and has saved these animals from extinction, presently accommodating a population of more than 600.Other mammals found in this Eastern Cape national park include the Cheetah, Cape Buffalo, Black Rhino, Eland, Black Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest and Gemsbok.
The higher areas of the park are home to Mountain Reedbuck and Grey Rhebok. Visitors also have a chance of spotting aardwolf, brown hyena, bat-eared fox and caracal.Mountain Zebra National Park offers guests a rustic experience during a safari holiday in South Africa.
Game viewing is done from your own vehicle and guided day and nigth game drives are also available. A variety of hiking trails are on offer, from 2km to a three-day trails. Guided visits to San cave paintings can be booked.
There are lovely picnic and braai areas, one with a swimming pool, where guests can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere with their loved ones during a safari holiday in South Africa. There are three 4x4 trails which visitors can use to explore new areas of the Park in their own vehicles.
1 October to 31 March - 07:00 to 19:00
1 April to 30 September - 07:00 to 18:00