Dubai Safari is a unique project that the municipality is keen to develop in an environment-friendly manner with a variety of facilities. The Dubai Safari is located at Al Warqa-5 (near Dragon Mart) and spread over 119 hectares, of which 80 are dedicated to the villages representing different regions of the world and 35 for the Open Safari village.
The project aims to re-create the best habitat for the wildlife in the world, providing different environments that suit various animals. It is also aimed at attracting visitors from various parts of the world, using modern interactive methods for viewing and movement to ensure a unique experience for visitors. While ensuring that the entertainment elements are in place, all safety requirements in accordance with international standards have also been taken into account.
As the finishing touches are added to the project, officials from the Dubai Municipality visited a new safari on Monday to test the progress of the work. Director Hussein Lutta personally visited the park.
The cost of entering the long-awaited park is 50-85 dirhams ($ 13.6 – $ 23.1) for adults and 20-30 dirhams ($ 5.4 – $ 8.2) for children.