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The common zebra, also known as the plains zebra, is a species of zebra that is native to eastern and southern Africa. They are known for their distinctive black and white stripes, which are unique to each individual. Common zebras live in various habitats, including grasslands, savannas, and woodlands, and can often be found in large herds.

They are herbivorous animals, primarily feeding on grass and other vegetation. These zebras are important to their ecosystems as they play a key role in the food chain, serving as prey for predators such as lions and hyenas.

Important Information

  • Safe for Adults & Kids
  • 2-3 hours excursion
  • Available all year round
  • Walk-In Hours: 6:00AM-6:00PM
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Did you Know?

-Fun facts about Zebra-

Stripes are unique

Just like human fingerprints, no two zebras have exactly the same stripe pattern! It's like their own personal barcode.

Speedy escapes

Zebras are surprisingly fast, reaching speeds of up to 40 miles per hour (64 km/h)! This agility helps them outrun predators

Sleep standing up

Zebras can catch some shut-eye even on their feet! Their special joints allow them to lock their legs in place, enabling them to doze off quickly and wake up ready to run if danger approaches.

Three's the company

There are three different zebra species: the plains zebra, the mountain zebra, and the Grévy's zebra. The Grévy's is the largest, while the mountain zebra is the smallest.

They're talkative

Don't be fooled by their calm appearance! Zebras use a variety of vocalizations to communicate, including barks, snorts, whinnies, and even sounds similar to pig squeals!

Camouflage confusion

While the exact reason for their stripes is still debated, one theory suggests they might help with camouflage. The contrasting patterns might confuse predators, making it difficult to single out an individual zebra in a herd.

Social butterflies

Zebras are generally social creatures, living in groups called dazzles. These dazzles can range in size from a few individuals to hundreds!

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Reviews From Our Guests

 First impressions when you get, there might be a little bit tatty. But you soon change your mind when you start interacting with the animals. We were greeted by ostriches, walking around freely and were able to feed them. We had an amazing guide all to ourselves called Fedelis. Her English was incredible and she was so informative about all animals and the surrounding park.


Towards the end of the tour, we were able to feed zebras, but the real highlight was feeding the giraffes, it really was an experience that I could recommend anyone to do.


A lovely, peaceful walk around the reserve, getting up close and personal with zebra and ostriches. We had a super guide called Joseph who was very knowledgeable and guided us around for about an hour and a half, and we were lucky enough to feed the giraffes too.


A perfect personal trip which we all enjoyed.

Helen and Annabel (TRIPADVISOR)

Bring a camera! Great activity for the family to interact with some of Kenyas wildlife. 2-3 hours is enough.

RainbowSunflower (Karen) - TRIPADVISOR