Dubai Safari Park (دبي سفاري) – Al Warqa Dubai
There are 5 segregations in the park. So if you want to explore the complete park, block a full day tour for Dubai Safari.
Dubai Safari Park – Opened on 12 December 2017.
Dubai Safari Park is closed in this summer season. It is planned to reopen in winter 2018
Updates coming soon…
- Dubai Safari Location Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/fXM89FNxJgD2
- Dubai Safari Location – Al Warqa 5, Dubai (HATTA road, Opposite Dragon Mart Dubai)
- Opening hours: 9 AM to 7 PM. ( Ticket sale stop at 5 PM or when reach the park’s capacity )
- Dubai Safari website: http://www.dubaisafari.ae/en
- Dubai Safari online ticket booking: https://ticketingsales.dubaisafari.ae/
- Dubai Safari Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DubaiSafariOfficial
- Dubai Safari Twitter feed (for latest info): https://twitter.com/DubaiSafari
- Dubai Safari Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dubaisafari
- Dubai safari park contact number – 800 900
- Cost Dh150 million.
- Area of 119 Hectares
- Initially 2,500 Animals, 5,000 animals by 2020, 350 species including endangered animals
- This project will replace the existing Zoo in Jumeirah
Dubai Safari Park Ticket Price
- Adults: Dh50 (Without Safari Village) to Dh85 (With Safari Village)
- Children: Dh20 (Without Safari Village) to Dh30 (With Safari Village)
- Free entry: Children below three, adults above 60 and people of determination (special needs). Show your ID or Passport copy.
Plan your visit and buy your tickets at the Dubai Safari Park main building. Entry is free for the elderly, kids below 3 years and people of determination with 2 companions #DubaiSafariPark pic.twitter.com/vgJh9c7HqU
— Dubai Safari (@DubaiSafariAE) December 20, 2017
What are the attractions at Dubai Safari? Must see attractions!
Safari Village in Dubai Safari Park (45 to 120 minutes tour required)
- Bird Theater with 6 shows
- Air-conditioned jeep vehicle
- Cheetah in the jungle
- Giraffe feeding
- Hypo-aquarium to see underwater world
- Display of brown lions and bears
Arabian Village in Dubai Safari Park (20 to 25 minutes tour required)
- Travel on a train and enjoy horse, birds, ostriches & Falcons
Asian Village in Dubai Safari Park (30 to 90 minutes tour required)
- Walk around and view 3 major attractions
- Theatre of 6 shows
- Enjoy watching elephants, pandas, and monkeys
African Village in Dubai Safari Park (90 to 140 minutes tour required)
- Travel on a train
- Four stops for walking and watch white lion, gorillas, hyenas, chimpanzee, white dogs and birds.
Children’s Farm in Dubai Safari Park (60 to 120 minutes tour required)
- Near the park entrance
- Educational zone for children explaining about animal behavior and how to take care of them
- Dubai Safari Park is located in Al Warqa 5 in Aweer Road in an area 400 hectares and includes Safari, Butterfly Park, golf courses, entertainment and recreational areas.
- Dubai Safari Park- Al Warqa has Arabian Village, Asian Village, African Village to accommodate animals from different continents
- The park will feature air-conditioned rocks, chilled pools, misting machines and a large theatre that seats 1,000 people.
- As far as animals go, expect lions, bears, monkeys, bats, elephants, cheetahs, tigers and much, much more.
- Interestingly, there will be air-conditioned rocks, chilled pools and misting machines built into the park to help keep the animals cool over the summer months.
- The fence around the safari park will be 3.7 kilometers long.
- There will be a large theatre in the zoo that seats 1,000 people – this stage will host shows featuring binturong (also known as a Bearcat) and raccoons.
- It will take about eight hours to take in the whole park, and there will eventually be a hotel on site.
- In total there will be four restaurants in the park, and one of them will look over the cheetah exhibit.
- The African area will have lions, gorillas, chimps, warthogs, antelope and a walk-through aviary.
- During the summer months, the park will be open in the evening only due to the heat.
- The Arabic village will be divided into three environments – the desert, the mountains and the steppe (which means a large area of land that’s mostly treeless but has plenty of shrubs). This area will also feature Bedouin activities – including falconry and dog hunting.
- The African area will feature both a savannah and a rainforest, and there will also be a Safari Area where visitors can ride around in a safari car (that’s air-conditioned) in a tour that takes about an hour.
- More information: Contact Dubai Municipality
The safari that covers 119 hectares of the total area is aimed at establishing the best centre for wildlife in the world, providing a variety of environments appropriate to different animals.
The project will use modern interactive methods in control and movement to ensure the distinctive and unique experience for visitors.
“The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2014,”
Dubai Safari will replace the ailing Dubai Zoo and hundreds of animals, birds and other creatures living in enclosures in the existing Dubai Zoo in Jumeirah will be relocated to the new site.
Informtion courtesy: http://whatson.ae/dubai/2017/11/dubai-safari-ticket-prices-revealed/
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