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‘Wow’ factor draws tourists to splendour of Cape Mountain Zebra National Park

Conservation coupled with creature comfort in ideal getaway, a stone’s throw from Gqeberha

A stone’s throw away from Gqeberha lies a lofty nature reserve on the edge of Nxuba (formerly Cradock), which, at first glance, is a rugged 28,000ha mountainous plain.

However a closer look into the Mountain Zebra National Park reveals endless terrain and dry grasslands blanketed by rolling clouds covering the endless Karoo skies during the day and a cosmic quietness under a starry night skyline...

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