Accommodation: Guest house, cottages, camp sites and mountain huts
Activities: Hiking and 4x4 trails, game viewing, nature trails, swimming
Highlights: See the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra
This Eastern Cape nature reserve 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 about 300.
Other mammals found in this Eastern Cape game reserve include the Cape Buffalo, Black Rhino, Cheetah, Caracal, Black Wildebeest, Eland, Red Hartebeest and Gemsbok. The higher areas of the park are home to Mountain Reedbuck and Grey Rhebok.
This Eastern Cape nature reserve in South Africa boasts a variety of African wildlife. Next to Cape Mountain Zebra, guests can spot Cheetah, Black Wildebeest, Oryx, Springbock, Ostich and many more.
Endangered Cape Mountain Zebra
The Mountain Zebra National Park is home to the Cape Mountain Zebra, which was lessening in numbers at the beginning of this century. The establishment of the park saved the animals from extinction, and the population now stands at 300.