Plains Zebras, also known as Equus quagga, are among the most commonly sighted wildlife in African safari destinations, such as Serengeti National Park, Maasai Mara National Park, Kruger National Park, and Etosha National Park. They congregate in large numbers around dusty waterholes.
It’s important to note that while these parks offer opportunities to see zebras, wildlife sightings can never be guaranteed. However, both Lake Mburo and Kidepo Valley National Parks are known for their biodiversity and offer visitors a chance to see various animals, including zebras, amidst beautiful natural surroundings.
Plains Zebras live in small family groups with hierarchies, typically consisting of a stallion, mares, and foals. Within these groups, the dominant mare takes on leadership roles, while stallions lead only in dangerous situations, with the others following in a single file according to their rank.