Dubai Safari entrance to Safari Village

Dubai Safari




Dubai Safari is a fully smart eco-friendly park that, since its recent opening to the public, has been a huge success. Spread over 119ha of what used to be a landfill, this unique park is divided into four different sections, namely African, Asian and Arabian Villages as well as an open Safari area. Dubai Safari is the new home for more than 2,500 animals from all over the world (including a number of endangered species) with plans to host up to 5,000 animals within three years.

Cape Reed’s sustainable, eco-friendly structures fits the design of the park like a glove, creating the heartbeat of the African village, the vibrance of the timber cladded Children’s Farm and standing central to the construction of the Safari area, with thatched structures, fencing, gates, bridges, walkways and decking distributed throughout the park.

By using natural products (thatch and timber) that have very high solar reflectance indexes, these structures not only add a wonderful natural ambience to the park, but also help to control the climate in a far superior way to traditional buildings.

Hippos, crocodiles, apes and hyenas are just a handful of the animals that have already made the park their new home. Apart from these, Dubai Safari Park also boasts with several endangered animal species, including the white rhinoceros, white lions and Siberian tigers. Furthermore, one can expect to encounter giraffe, buffalo, ostriches and gorillas to name but a few. The aviary is also a must see with a wide variety of birds swooshing past and chirping away!

Additionally the park also feature a butterfly park, botanical garden and walk-through aviary for further interaction with nature.

We are beyond proud to be associated with a project of such big proportions.

Dubai Safari is open daily from 9am to 5pm, including all public holidays, and is located in Al Warqaa 5 district across Dubai’s Dragon Mart off the Dubai-Hatta Highway.

There are different tickets available to the public at the park, one of which is the Safari Park ticket, where visitors get access to Dubai safari, including the Arabian village, African village, Asian village, and Alwadi except the Safari Village, and costs Dh20 for children and Dh50 for adults.

The ticket, the Combo Ticket, gives visitors access to the park, Arabian Village, African Village, Asian Village, Alwadi and Safari Village, and costs Dh30 for children and Dh85 for Adults.

Furthermore, senior citizens and children under the age of three will enter the park for free, while people of determination will also get free admission as well as have their own gate with wheelchairs available if needed.


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