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MOUNTAIN ZEBRA NATIONAL PARK

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MOUNTAIN ZEBRA NATIONAL PARK
CONTACT DETAILS
Phone: +27(0) 48 801 5700 / 5701
Fax: +27(0)48 801 5731
E-mail: mountainzebra@sanparks.org
Website: www.sanparks.org/parks/mountain_zebra
Facilities
Bathroom Amenities Bathroom Amenities Braai facility Braai facility Camping Camping
Child Friendly Child Friendly Fireplace Fireplace Restaurant Restaurant
Self Catering Accommodation Self Catering Accommodation Air-conditioning Air-conditioning TV TV
Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
Activities
4 x 4 Routes 4 x 4 Routes Bird watching Bird watching Game Viewing Game Viewing
Hiking Hiking

Mountain Zebra National Park, near Cradock in the Eastern Cape, South Africa

Invigorating crystal clear air, beautiful scenery, tranquil ambience and an abundance of wildlife offer you a special and personal African wilderness experience at Mountain Zebra National Park.

Accommodation

Mountain Zebra National Park's Rest Camp is located about 12 kilometres from the entrance gate and offers comfortable family cottages and beautifully appointed rock chalets, a campsite with communal facilities, a restaurant and a shop. The Guesthouse and two Mountain Cottages are located further into the Park.

  • All accommodation is serviced daily and provided with bedding, towels and soap
  • Accommodation is self-catering and a braai unit is provided at all units and campsites

Family Cottages

Family cottages have a lounge with fireplace and two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with two single beds. The bathroom has a bath and shower. The open-plan kitchen is fully equipped. Two units are universally accessible.

Mountain Cottages

Two mountain cottages provide a secluded rustic experience for visitors with high clearance vehicles. Each hut has two bedrooms with bedding and towels a third "hiker’s bedroom" with six bunk beds (own bedding required). There is no electricity but the kitchen is equipped with a gas stove and a solar-powered fridge/freezer; and a hot water shower (gas-powered) and toilet are located outside the hut.  There is an outside braai area as well as indoor fireplace. These huts can only be accessed with 4x4 or 2x4 (with diff lock) vehicles.

Rock Chalets
 
Two four-star Rock Chalets have two bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms. Each bedroom leads to an outdoor shower. There is an open-plan kitchen and lounge with fireplace, television and air-conditioning. The kitchen is fully equipped with stove, oven, microwave, kettle and toaster. The outside veranda gives way to magnificent views and has a braai area and splash pool.
 

Camping

The Camping ground is located close to the Reception, with 20 sites. All sites are equipped with 220V power points and a braai unit. Campsites are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be pre-booked.  There is a communal ablution with showers and baths as well as a communal kitchen with fridge, freezer, microwave and stove plates.  A washing machine and dryer are available. Tokens can be bought at Reception.

A maximum of six persons, one caravan with a side tent and one vehicle, or one tent and one vehicle, or one autovilla or one motorised caravan are permitted per site.  The camping area is sited on a mixture of earth and grass. Some sites are shaded. Sites are closed periodically to allow grass to regrow.

Activities

Guided Drives

  • Morning Game Drive
  • Sunset Game Drive
  • Evening Game Drive

Morning Walks

Walks can be done in any part of the Park and special requests may determine the routes chosen. Guides generally lead the walk from the camp but sometimes drive to more remote starting points. The main objective of morning walks is to see what one usually misses when driving. Any big game sightings are a bonus but good views of a number of various species are often enjoyed.  Apart from the animal sightings, the solitude and serenity provided by being out in nature is often the real highlight of the activity.

Guided Salpeterkop Hike

The guided hike up Salpeterkop can be quite strenuous but the 360 degree view of the surrounding landscapes from the top and the chance to see a bit of history is well worth the effort. 

Cheetah Tracking

Drive out with your guide to search for the elusive Mountain Zebra National Park cheetahs. When signal from a collared cheetah is found, you will have the opportunity to get closer on foot. The most exhilarating of all the Park’s activities is the opportunity to see a wild cheetah on foot – an up close experience not to be missed. 

San Cave Paintings

This activity offers a glimpse into the world of the people who lived in this area hundreds of years ago.  The site dates back some 300 years with paintings of antelope and a predator which is thought to be a cheetah.

Game Viewing

Explore the Park at your leisure and in your own vehicle on almost 70km of tourist roads. Roads are mostly gravel but of good standard and suitable for all vehicles.

Hiking

Two walking trails provide a quiet opportunity to enjoy the Park at your leisure. The Black Eagle Trail (2.5km) is a more challenging climb to the top of the rocky outcrop with spectacular views over the Park while the Imbila Trail (1km) is an easy, flat trail.

4x4 Trails

Sonnenrust 4x4 Trail: This 14.2km trail is situated in the north-western area of the Park, skirting the base of Salpeterkop and ending on a plateau with scenic views.

Juriesdam 4x4 Trail: This 10km trail starts and ends on the main entrance road into the Park. It explores the eastern plateau area of the Park.

Umngeni 4x4 Trail: This 8km trail takes about one hour to complete and starts on the Park’s main entrance road just north-west of the rest camp area.

Facilities

  • Fully licensed a la carte restaurant, also serving light refreshments
  • Shop where curios and basic commodities may be purchased
  • Swimming pool in Restcamp for overnight visitors
  • Fonteinkloof and Weltevrede picnic sites with braai faciltiies, picnic table and ablutions
  • There is a swimming pool for day visitors at Fonteinkloof picnic site

Conference Facilities

A Conference Room in the Reception building is ideal for your corporate meeting or conference in the bush. Can accommodate a maximum of 30 people seated at tables or 50 people, cinema-style (no tables). Catering facilities are available from the adjacent restaurant.

Wedding Receptions

The Conference Room and Restaurant can be booked for small wedding receptions of maximum 50 people. 

Contact us for more information and bookings

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MOUNTAIN ZEBRA NATIONAL PARK
CONTACT DETAILS
Phone: +27(0) 48 801 5700 / 5701
Fax: +27(0)48 801 5731
E-mail: mountainzebra@sanparks.org
Website: www.sanparks.org/parks/mountain_zebra
Facilities
Bathroom Amenities Bathroom Amenities Braai facility Braai facility Camping Camping
Child Friendly Child Friendly Fireplace Fireplace Restaurant Restaurant
Self Catering Accommodation Self Catering Accommodation Air-conditioning Air-conditioning TV TV
Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
Activities
4 x 4 Routes 4 x 4 Routes Bird watching Bird watching Game Viewing Game Viewing
Hiking Hiking

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  • Thabisa Jam-Jam on 19/10/17

    Afternoon,

    I would like to enquire about your accommodation facilities, how many rooms you have at how much each per night/per person. Also would like to know about the activities on the park?

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