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Dubai wildlife park set for grand launch

UAE Business


Final touches are being given to Dubai Safari, a world-class 1.2 million-sq-m wildlife park which will be home to the most diverse array of animals in the UAE, ahead of its grand launch.

Final touches are being given to Dubai Safari, a world-class wildlife park which will be home to the most diverse array of animals in the UAE, ahead of its grand launch.

Spread over 1.2 million sq m, the park provides a safe and healthy environment for 2,500 animals representing more than 250 species native to the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

A unique edutainment experience for visitors of all ages and nationalities, the park aims to raise awareness about wildlife welfare and conservation through best practices and research, said a top official.

"The UAE community has been eagerly awaiting the opening of Dubai Safari, and now just a few weeks ahead of the park’s launch, we are looking forward to finally sharing this experience with the public and welcoming guests from around the world to celebrate wildlife diversity," remarked Khalid Al Suwaidi, the director of Leisure Facilities, Dubai Safari.

"The opportunity to come closer to wildlife through four dedicated villages, and a wide mix of educational and immersive activities, promise to make Dubai Safari a must-visit destination in the UAE," he added.

Located in Al Warqa 5 district across Dubai’s Dragon Mart off the Dubai-Hatta Highway, Dubai Safari expects to welcome over 10,000 visitors daily, said Al Suwaidi.

An all-access package will cost Dh30 for children and Dh85 for adults while entry to the villages excluding Safari Village is priced at Dh20 for children and Dh50 for adults. Children under three, elderly above 60 and people of determination will be given free access to the park, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
 

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