Overview

Mountain Zebra National Park was declared a conservation area in 1933, a move which has brought about a flourishing of life and diversity within the park to this day. Guests are taken by the vast stretches of scenery across which the various indigenous animals sprint and play amidst the local flora.

Accommodation

Mountain Zebra Rest Camp offers several accommodation options.
Doornhoek Guest House accommodates six people in three three bedrooms, with en suite bathroom facilities and a fully equipped kitchen.

Additional four-bed family cottages are complete with two bedrooms per unit, bathrooms and partially equipped kitchens.

Caravan and camp sites are available for up to six guests per site, with 220V power sources at each site.

The secluded Umthombo and Bakana Mountain Huts are available for overnight bookings, each with two bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, a hot water shower (on a donkey geyser system) and toilet located outside the hut, as well as outdoor and indoor braai areas. 

Activities & Facilities

Facilities at Mountain Zebra National Park Camp include a fully licensed a la carte restaurant, curio and basic commodities shop, swimming pool, petrol and diesel fuel pumps, picnic and braai (barbecue) facilities. There are also fully equipped wedding and conference facility available for private or large functions.

Guest activities include guided game drives, hiking trails, self drive excursions, and tours of local San rock art areas. 

Important Information

Child Policy:

Children of all ages are welcome at Mountain Zebra.

Inclusions and Exclusions:

Tariffs include 14% VAT. They do not include conservation fees. 

Wildlife

Mountain Zebra National Park and it's camp offers guests Black rhino and Buffalo groups as well as local leopard, but does not have access to the greater Addo's big five populations.

Directions

Mountain Zebra National Park is situated about 12km from the town of Cradock in the Eastern Cape.

• Cradock is accessible via the N10 highway and the Park is situated on the R61 between Cradock and Graaff-Reinet.

• There are signposts within the town of Cradock to direct you to the Park and camp.

Gate Hours:
• 1 October to 31 March: 07:00 - 19:00
• 1 April to 30 September: 07:00 - 18:00

GPS: -32.2124 (latitude), 25.1148 (longitude)

Reviews


Everything from our well appointed cottage, friendly and helpful staffand seeing the mountain zebras in the wonderful scenic setting of the park made our visit most enjoyable.

Tara Forster

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!! Very neat and clean, staff friendly and helpful.

Kelly Evans

It was really a great stay. We love this park. Just a pity that the geyser dripped constantly during the night...It drove me nuts...

Hendi Krog

Will definitely go to Mountain Zebra Park again.

Hansie Jordaan

We were well received at reception and our stay in the Guest House was simply world class. Congratulations to the Parks Board for maintaining this magnificent gem so well. Will definitely recommend and will be back for sure!

Charles Benn

A good idea as a stop over when traveling. Recommend at least a 2 night stay to see all the park has to offer. The unit contained all necessity one requires to make the bush stay enjoyable. Neat & clean. Enjoyed seeing animals not normally seen in other parks. I would visit again.

Anthony Rath

What a wonderful surprise. A smallish, compact National Park with the perfect setting! There is something of everything: Hiking possibilities, 4 x 4 trails, a bit of history on Salpeterkoppie with the chess board, an geological wonder world and of course comfortable accommodation and enough wildlife!!!

Heleen Coertze

Lovely accommodation, clean and comfortable.

Pieter Carel Moolman

Everything in good condition. Service very friendly.

Paul Roos

We enjoyed our first visit to this park very much. The cottage was in perfect condition with all facilities available and in good working order. One large plate on the stove did not work and the lower toilet seat was cracked and separated at a glue joint. Next time we want to spend at least two full days there.

Peter Muller

Mountain Zebra National Park was declared a conservation area in 1933, a move which has brought about a flourishing of life and diversity within the park to this day. Guests are taken by the vast stretches of scenery across which the various indigenous animals sprint and play amidst the local flora.

Mountain Zebra Rest Camp offers several accommodation options.
Doornhoek Guest House accommodates six people in three three bedrooms, with en suite bathroom facilities and a fully equipped kitchen.

Additional four-bed family cottages are complete with two bedrooms per unit, bathrooms and partially equipped kitchens.

Caravan and camp sites are available for up to six guests per site, with 220V power sources at each site.

The secluded Umthombo and Bakana Mountain Huts are available for overnight bookings, each with two bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, a hot water shower (on a donkey geyser system) and toilet located outside the hut, as well as outdoor and indoor braai areas. 

Facilities at Mountain Zebra National Park Camp include a fully licensed a la carte restaurant, curio and basic commodities shop, swimming pool, petrol and diesel fuel pumps, picnic and braai (barbecue) facilities. There are also fully equipped wedding and conference facility available for private or large functions.

Guest activities include guided game drives, hiking trails, self drive excursions, and tours of local San rock art areas. 

Child Policy:

Children of all ages are welcome at Mountain Zebra.

Inclusions and Exclusions:

Tariffs include 14% VAT. They do not include conservation fees. 

Mountain Zebra National Park and it's camp offers guests Black rhino and Buffalo groups as well as local leopard, but does not have access to the greater Addo's big five populations.

Mountain Zebra National Park is situated about 12km from the town of Cradock in the Eastern Cape.

• Cradock is accessible via the N10 highway and the Park is situated on the R61 between Cradock and Graaff-Reinet.

• There are signposts within the town of Cradock to direct you to the Park and camp.

Gate Hours:
• 1 October to 31 March: 07:00 - 19:00
• 1 April to 30 September: 07:00 - 18:00

GPS: -32.2124 (latitude), 25.1148 (longitude)

Everything from our well appointed cottage, friendly and helpful staffand seeing the mountain zebras in the wonderful scenic setting of the park made our visit most enjoyable.

Tara Forster

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!! Very neat and clean, staff friendly and helpful.

Kelly Evans

It was really a great stay. We love this park. Just a pity that the geyser dripped constantly during the night...It drove me nuts...

Hendi Krog

Will definitely go to Mountain Zebra Park again.

Hansie Jordaan

We were well received at reception and our stay in the Guest House was simply world class. Congratulations to the Parks Board for maintaining this magnificent gem so well. Will definitely recommend and will be back for sure!

Charles Benn

A good idea as a stop over when traveling. Recommend at least a 2 night stay to see all the park has to offer. The unit contained all necessity one requires to make the bush stay enjoyable. Neat & clean. Enjoyed seeing animals not normally seen in other parks. I would visit again.

Anthony Rath

What a wonderful surprise. A smallish, compact National Park with the perfect setting! There is something of everything: Hiking possibilities, 4 x 4 trails, a bit of history on Salpeterkoppie with the chess board, an geological wonder world and of course comfortable accommodation and enough wildlife!!!

Heleen Coertze

Lovely accommodation, clean and comfortable.

Pieter Carel Moolman

Everything in good condition. Service very friendly.

Paul Roos

We enjoyed our first visit to this park very much. The cottage was in perfect condition with all facilities available and in good working order. One large plate on the stove did not work and the lower toilet seat was cracked and separated at a glue joint. Next time we want to spend at least two full days there.

Peter Muller

Accommodation options

Camp Site (CK6P)

Dates Base rate Extra adult Extra child Unit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 $ 21 $ 6 $ 3 6 people
From $ 21

For 2 people

- Arrivals after 18:00 only if arranged, add. cost - Laundry with token washing machine and dryer - Powerpoint 

4x2 Mountain Cottage (MC)

Dates Base rate Extra adult Extra child Unit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 $ 68 $ 14 $ 7 10 people
From $ 68

For 2 people

- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds - 1 bedroom with double bed - Accessed with 4x4 or 2x4(diff lock) vehicles - Hikers bedroom,6bunk beds(own bedding required) - No bedding or towels provided for the bunk beds - No Eskom electricity - No Smoking - Self catered:parrafin lamps,gas stove,fridge - Severe winter temperatures can be expected - Solar panel provided light and running water 

Family Cottage (FA4)

Dates Base rate Extra adult Extra child Unit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 $ 83 $ 18 $ 9 4 people
From $ 83

For 2 people

- 2 Bedrooms, 1 x queen bed, 1 x 2 single beds - Arrivals after 18:00 only if arranged, add. cost - DSTV (Limited Channels) - DSTV (Limited Channels) - Kitchen - No Smoking - Wc and bath 

Family Cottage (FA4Z)

Dates Base rate Extra adult Extra child Unit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 $ 83 $ 18 $ 9 4 people
From $ 83

For 2 people

- 2 Bedrooms, 1 x queen bed, 1 x 2 single beds - Arrivals after 18:00 only if arranged, add. cost - DSTV (Limited Channels) - Kitchen - No Smoking - Unit accessible to the mobility challenged - WC and Roll-In Shower 

Guest House (GH6)

Dates Base rate Extra adult Extra child Unit Sleep
17 Jan 2017 — 31 Oct 2017 $ 239 $ 37 $ 18 6 people
From $ 239

For 4 people

- 1 bedroom with 2 single beds - 2 bedrooms, each with 1 double bed - 3 bathrooms, each with w/c, basin and bath - Arrivals after 18:00 only if arranged, add. cost - Kitchen - No Smoking