The reviews so far of Dubai Safari are encouraging, with more than 100,000 people flocking here since it opened its gates for free last week. Today will be your last chance to enter the park without buying a ticket, but there are some restrictions. Here’s what you should know…
Dubai Safari to start charging visitors
Dubai Safari is offering one more day of free entry on Wednesday, December 20 (open from 9am to 9pm.) Take note that entry will be permitted for families only. Starting Thursday, December 21, the park will introduce its entry fee for all visitors.
What’s on offer:
The park is already home to white lions, Siberian tigers, giraffes, chimps, hippos, ostriches, crocodiles and many other species. There is also a walk-through aviary along with other cool safari-inspired experiences. The park expects to welcome two million visitors during its first year.
The park is located in Al Warqa’a 5 near Dragon Mart, open from 9am to 9pm.
Entry tickets to Dubai Safari Parak will be priced at AED 20 to AED 30 for children, and AED 50 to AED 85 for adults, depending on which experiences you choose to add-on. (Children below three, adults over 60 and special needs visitors enter free.)
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