Dubai Safari Park set to welcome visitors from Sept.27

Dubai Safari Park set to welcome visitors from Sept.27

The Park’s walk-through aviary has birds from all around the world.

Dubai Safari Park is all set welcome visitors for its new season from Sept.27 as tourism inflows to the emirate set to increase markedly over the next few months.

With mega event Expo 2020 round the corner and virus curbs easing across the globe Dubai is set to see a significant rise in regional and international tourism.

Dubai Safari is home to the world’s first drive-through crocodile exhibit as well as the UAE’s largest group of baboons, the largest drive-through lion exhibit, and the country’s only drive-through hippo and tiger exhibits.

The Park’s walk-through aviary has birds from all around the world.

Dubai Safari Park set to welcome visitors from Sept.27
Dubai Safari Park to close for the season on May 31

Dubai Safari Park maintains the highest global standards of animal welfare and conservation.

In its new season, visitors can see new animals, such as the squirrel monkey, the Mona monkey, the Arabian wolf, and the northern white-cheeked gibbon.

In addition, the Park has 111 newborns of different animal species. Dubai Safari Park has been working with local and international programmes throughout the year to introduce, incubate and exchange new animals.

The Park’s animal breeding programme has also added new animals before the start of the new season.

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