The Dubai Safari Park It will reopen its doors next September, and on this occasion will raise the bar of innovation such as a zip line, bungee jumping and other activities that delight teenagers.
Opening again in September
In fact, after a long period of preparation, the park is set to reopen its doors, allowing the public to enjoy its 119 hectares and the many species that live there (as a reminder, there are nearly 3,200 animals and birds in the park).
The reopening will be an opportunity to meet 290 or more animals born in the park, where they are openly cared for. In these newborns: zebras, hyenas or giraffes. Its reception efficiency due to COVID is limited to 70% (compared to 30% last season for similar reasons). For those unfamiliar with the park or who have never been there, be aware that it offers unique interactive plans to create a truly safari experience.
However, keep in mind that it will be closed on Mondays to allow teams to carry out all necessary maintenance activities.