Soft Launch Of Dubai Safari Park Today

Dec 12, 2017

The safari, located in Al Warqa-5, aims to be home to 5,000 animals by 2020

Dubai Municipality will have a soft opening of the Dubai Safari Park on Tuesday, December 12.

According to Khaled Al Suwaidi, director of leisure facilities department, the working hours of the safari will be from 9am to 5pm.

The Dh1 billion project will provide visitors and residents a close encounter with animals in an open exhibit through four villages - African, Asian, Arabian and Open Safari Village, besides a Children's Farm for just Dh30 for children and Dh85 for adults.

Visitors who choose to visit the villages, without heading to the Open Safari Village, will pay Dh20 for children and Dh50 for adults. Children under three, elderly above 60 and people of determination are exempted from entry ticket charges.

Al Suwaidi previously told Khaleej Times the safari, located in Al Warqa-5, aims to be home to 5,000 animals by 2020, preparing its facilities to accommodate over 10,000 visitors a day. More animals will be brought in over the years to continue providing visitors with a new and fresh experience.

Dubai Safari Park, which depends on solar power for its energy needs, is an eco-friendly projects implemented by the Municipality and will be a landmark entertainment in the Emirate of Dubai sprawling over 119 hectares.

Correction: A previous version of the article inadvertently stated that Dubai Safari Park will be open to the public on Tuesday, December 12. The error is regretted. Dates for a public opening of the Dubai Safari Park are yet to be announced

 

Credits To The KhaleejTimes

 

 

 

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