Mountain Zebra National Park’s restaurant is now offering buffet lunches every Sunday from 11AM!
For the second consecutive year, Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) outside Cradock walked away with the most prestigious award at the recent 2014/15 Frontier Regional Achievement Awards. Park Manager Megan Taplin accepted the Best Performing Park Award on behalf of all her colleagues at the ceremony hosted in Addo Elephant National Park.
Guests to Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) can now enjoy the spectacular colour display as the Karoo sky changes from day to night on the newly-introduced sunset game drive.
Guided game drives and walks, identifying birds, visits to rock painting sites and animal tracking are just some of the activities geared to keep the youngsters entertained at Mountain Zebra National Park this December.
Cradock’s Mountain Zebra National Park won the SANParks Chief Executive Award in the category: Best Performing Park at the 10th annual Kudu Awards ceremony in Johannesburg last week (Thursday 27 November). This is the first year the park has won the award, outperforming much larger and better-known parks in the process.
All three South African National Parks in the Eastern Cape walked away with top honours from the 10th annual Kudu Awards ceremony in Johannesburg held on 27 November 2014.
The number of people who visited the four South African National Parks in the Frontier Region (Addo Elephant, Camdeboo, Karoo and Mountain Zebra National Parks) during its free entry week more than doubled this year, compared to the same period last year. The ninth annual South African National Parks Week was celebrated from 8 – 12 September, and afforded all South African citizens the opportunity to visit national parks free of charge for a day visit.
Mountain Zebra National Park will launch its exciting new restaurant and shop to the public on Heritage Day – next Wednesday, 24 September 2014.
There aren’t many places in the world where one stands the chance of seeing lion, cheetah, hundreds of previously endangered Cape mountain zebra and a multitude of other animals in their natural habitat – free of charge. But this can become your reality as Mountain Zebra National Park opens its gates to day visitors at no cost during South African National Parks Week which this year runs from Monday 8 to Friday 12 September.
Younger day visitors and overnight guests alike can enjoy a two week long holiday programme of fun learning at Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock, from Sunday, 29 June to Friday, 11 July 2014.
Mountain Zebra National Park's seven cheetah cubs are a few months old now and they’re all doing well.
All indications are that the three lion introduced into Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock in April last year have settled down well in their new home.
A group of bloggers will be going on an adventure to explore, discover and experience the four beautiful parks that make up the South African National Parks' (SANParks) Frontier Region. Follow their journey through the Addo Elephant-, Camdeboo-, Karoo- and Mountain Zebra National Park by connecting to them via Facebook and Twitter, as per the details below:
Why not enjoy a hearty Christmas lunch at Mountain Zebra National Park this year, combined with a leisurely game drive and perhaps a dip in the swimming pool at the picnic site? Remember to book in advance for your festive lunch.
Day visitors and overnight guests alike can enjoy a week-long holiday programme at Mountain Zebra National Park between 15 and 21 December 2013.
South African National Parks (SANParks) supported by First National Bank (FNB) recognised deserving Parks and staff members at their 9th annual Kudu Awards ceremony held at the CSIR Convention Centre in Pretoria on Friday, 1 November 2013.
From Monday, 9 September until Friday 13, September, you can visit Mountain Zebra National Park for free. This is thanks to the fact that South African National Parks (SANParks), the country’s body charged with the management of national parks, will be allowing locals with valid identity documents an opportunity to spend a day at a national park of their choice, free of charge.
As South African National Parks (SANParks) readies to host an influx of thousands of visitors during the eighth annual SA National Parks Week from 9 to 13 September 2013, a disturbing trend in local parks has to be brought to the attention of visitors.
Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock has an exciting winter school holiday programme lined up between 22 June and 6 July 2013.
Mountain Zebra National Park, in conjunction with the Inxuba Yethemba Municipality, celebrated World Environment Day at the Ncaca Primary School in Cradock last week. The day’s theme was “Think.Eat.Save” and the objective was to educate dozens of learners about the importance of the day.
Mountain Zebra National Park, outside Cradock, hosted 26 girls and three teachers from the town under Cell C’s “Take a Girl Child to Work Day” programme recently.
Three lion were released into Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock in the Eastern Cape for the first time today, becoming the first free-roaming lions in the area after an absence of over 130 years.
A raptor identification course is planned for the weekend of 8 – 10 March 2013, at Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock.
Don’t know what to do with the kids these school holidays? Mountain Zebra National Park has the solution – a three-week long, fun-filled holiday programme for children aged 6 to 16, as well as adults who are young at heart.
South African National Parks (SANParks) and the Wilderness Foundation hosted an information sharing Open Day on the planned Mountain Zebra – Camdeboo Corridor Project, at the Marlow Agricultural School Clubhouse in Cradock on Tuesday, 20 November 2012.
There is still time for novice and experienced birders to sign up for the first-ever Sasol Birding Weekend at Mountain Zebra National Park. The Park’s Honorary Rangers, who are organising the weekend, hope that this inaugural event will become an annual one.
The Open Day held in Graaff-Reinet on 16 May to provide information about the Mountain Zebra - Camdeboo Corridor Project has clarified the aims and scope of the project for those who attended.
Mountain Zebra National Park’s first-ever golf day to raise funds for conservation & tourism projects was a resounding success with 32 golfers taking part.
An exciting new initiative to create a corridor between Camdeboo and Mountain Zebra National Parks will improve the conservation status of South Africa’s grassland biome.