Celebrate your Dad at Mountain Zebra National Park Restaurant this Father’s Day on 19 June 2016. The restaurant will be open as usual and the a la carte menu will be available. Also on offer will be a Father’s Day Buffet Special:
As a parent, are you already wondering about what to do with the kids over the upcoming school holidays? If you’ll be in or around Mountain Zebra National Park near Cradock, the Park’s got just what you need in the form of a two-week long holiday programme running from Tuesday 28 June to Saturday 9 July.
As part of the Karoo Food Festival taking place in Cradock this weekend, the Mountain Zebra National Park Restaurant is offering a Venison Spitbraai on Saturday night.
The combination of a high occupancy rate and the desire to offer guests more accommodation options to choose from has led to the start of construction of eight new accommodation units in Mountain Zebra National Park.
Addo Elephant, Camdeboo, Karoo and Mountain Zebra National Parks, which make up the Frontier Region of South African National Parks (SANParks), contributed to increased statistics in guests to Parks, Camping and Activities booked over the last financial year (April 2015 to March 2016).
Media Release: Minister of Environmental Affairs declared the Mountain Zebra and Camdeboo Protected Environment
5 April 2016 - The Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mrs B E E Molewa, on Friday, 31 March 2016, declared the Mountain Zebra-Camdeboo Protected Environment, in terms of the National Environmental Management: Protected Areas Act (NEMPAA), 2003, in Proclamation No. 39891 of 2016.
As the One Land Love It Expedition inches ever closer to its final destination, more and more of cyclist Wayne Bolton’s friends and family are joining him on his epic adventure. His nephew, Kyle Bolton, joined in on the cycle from Camdeboo to Mountain Zebra National Park (MZNP) on 8 February 2016. Wayne’s good friends, Andrew Stewart and Dave Pattle, had already teamed up with him at Karoo National Park last week. And, just as they turned onto the gravel road leading into the Park, another of his nephews, Tim Bolton, jogged in as an escort ahead of them.
A birding weekend focusing on the Larks of Southern Africa will take place in Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock from 19 to 21 February 2016.
Environmental law enforcement at four national parks has been stepped up thanks to the addition of 69 Environmental Management Inspectors in Addo Elephant, Camdeboo, Karoo and Mountain Zebra National Parks, which make up the Frontier Region of South African National Parks (SANParks).
The SANParks Honorary Rangers proudly presents Larks of Southern Africa in Mountain Zebra National Park from 19 - 21 February 2016. The event will be presented by Ulrich Oberprieler.
The four South African National Parks (SANParks) in the Frontier Region (Addo Elephant, Camdeboo, Karoo and Mountain Zebra National Parks) recorded good increases in popularity over December.
Mountain Zebra National Park's Restaurant operating hours during Festive Season
Chances of spotting lions in Mountain Zebra National Park have doubled! This is thanks to the introduction of two lionesses onto the property to join the two resident males.
The SANParks Honorary Rangers invites you to a birding weekend at Mountain Zebra National Park from 6 - 8 November 2015.
Bookings have re-opened for Mountain Zebra National Park’s Doornhoek Guesthouse, ravaged by fire in September 2013
A new female cheetah was released into Mountain Zebra National Park outside Cradock in the Eastern Cape today – introducing new genes into the park in the process.
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.