15 reasons why you should explore Mountain Zebra National Park

18 October 2016
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The Mountain Zebra National Park is situated in the Eastern Cape and it was first proclaimed in 1937.

Mountain Zebra National Park is home to herds of zebras, Black rhinos, buffalos, springbok, blesbok, Black wildebeest, eland, Red hartebeest and gemsbok. Predators in the park includes hyena, caracal and cheetah.

The park is also a habitat for approximately 216 birds. If you’re planning on visiting the South African Safari, we’ve selected 15 great photos off Instagram - to give you even more reasons to explore Mountain Zebra National Park.

 

 

 

 

#mountainzebra at first light... always such a treat to see these vibrant creatures... #kuzuko #zebra #easterncape #greateraddo

A photo posted by Africa this is why I live here (@africathisiswhyilivehere) on

 

 

The gorgeous #mountainzebra #wildlifepark #southafrica ��

A photo posted by J P (@blondie______x) on

 

 

#suricat #erdmännchen #nationalpark #südafrika #southafrica #mountainzebra #africa #afrika #animal #guckguck

A photo posted by wattebaellchen (@wattebaellchen) on

 

 

 

Mountain Zebras #southafrica #mountainzebra #wildlife #zebra #wildlifephotography #mountainzebranationalpark

A photo posted by Riaan Jacobs (@riaanjacobsphotography) on

 

 

 

 

 

 

#hoepoe #bird #mountainzebra

A photo posted by Baybut Melanie (@creativejoy1) on

 

 

Take my pic! #mountainzebra

A photo posted by Hettie Meyer (@seasnappi) on

 

 

 

 

 

Sighting at a waterhole #giraffe #mountainzebra #spotsvsstripes #wildlifephotography #etoshanationalpark #namibia

A photo posted by African heart travel (@africanhearttravel) on


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