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Mountain Zebra National Park
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Mountain Zebra National Park has joined forces with guesthouses, restaurants and shops in Cradock to provide a wealth of entertainment for those who want a quiet and quaint getaway from the World Cup crowds.
Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) has recently renovated the two overnight cottages on the Impofu three-day hiking trail. This now serves a dual purpose where tourists can now book a cottage for hiking purposes or off-road enthusiasts can book a cottage without doing the hike.
Yesterday Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP), situated near Cradock in the Eastern Cape, celebrated the official opening of a newly upgraded entrance gate and the complete renovation of its tourist roads.
The black rhino population of the Mountain Zebra National Park has grown with the recent birth of two new calves. The Park, situated near Cradock in the Eastern Cape, now has a population of six of the critically endangered black rhino...
If you know of individuals or organisations who are making a significant contribution to conservation in South Africa, please read more about the SANParks Kudu Awards, download the Award Categories and fill in a nomination form...
Yesterday saw the release of cheetah in Mountain Zebra National Park, situated near Cradock in the Eastern Cape, marking the culmination of over ten years of a joint public-private conservation initiative.
The craggy heights of the Mountain Zebra National Park's Bankberg that embrace the park's rolling plains and deep valleys, were blanketed in unseasonable snow, and buffeted by chilly winds yesterday.
Here is the draft management plan for Mountain Zebra National. The management plans are also in the process of discussion with stakeholders at scheduled park-specific meetings. Details regarding the time, place and venues for these meetings can be obtained from park management. For more information, visit : http://www.sanparks.org/conservation/park_man/