The National Park is home to one of the world's rarest mammals, the Cape mountain zebra. Today there are some 200 roaming the park with surplus animals being relocated to other reserves.
In addition to the Cape mountain zebra, there are black wildebeest, blesbok, duiker, eland, klipspringer, mountain reedbuck, red hartebeest, springbok and steenbok. More than 200 bird species have been recorded.
There are several nature trails lasting from a few hours to a full day as well as the 3 day 31 km Mountain Zebra Hiking Trail.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES AT MOUNTAIN ZEBRA NATIONAL PARK:
SUMMARY OF WILDLIFE & FLORA:
Mammals: Cape mountain zebra, black rhinoceros, Cape buffalo
Birdlife: black eagle , black harrier, booted eagle and ostrich, blue crane, Stanley's bustard
DIRECTIONS TO MOUNTAIN ZEBRA NATIONAL PARK:
- 25 km west of Cradock off the R61Accommodation Near Mountain Zebra National Park:Cradock Accommodation