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  • Writer's pictureVeronica Smulders

Dubai Safari park to open in October

The park is set to re-open to public on 5 October with a new set of exciting features

Spanning a large space of 119 hectares of landscaped spaces the park is home to 3,000 including the Komodo dragon, Spiral-horned antelope, Arabian Oryx, coloured African wild dog, gorilla, gibbon, bongo, and lemur.


Dubai safari park Ref.2018

Activities such as animal feeding, educational and awareness programmes and seasonal events have been added to enrich the visitor experience.

Comprising of three main villages and an Arabian desert safari tour, the park will let visitors see some of the largest and smallest mammals in the world at the African village, while observing a variety of animals as they display their natural behaviors in a setting that embodies the cultural diversity of the continent that is home to diverse wildlife at the Asian village.


The park’s explorer village not only will allow guest to see animals from all over the world, but also enjoy unique bird show while teaching visitors about the intricacies of the winged creatures. Arabian Desert Safari is another unique experience of the local park that allows visit to take a trip in an open vehicle to see many species of animals from the Arabian Peninsula.

A unique bus tour in the Explorer Village gives visitors a chance to discover animals from Africa and Asia. The tour journeys through the African grasslands and encounters ungulate animals of all shapes and sizes, from giraffes to antelopes and zebras. Guests can watch crocodiles, buffalos, lions, tigers, hippos, rhinoceroses, zebras, baboons, antelopes, hyenas, and giraffes. Visitors have an opportunity to watch these animals resting on the Park's specially cooled rocks.


Sources: Khaleej times


Catch a glimpse of our Dubai Safari experience two years ago (2018):


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