Dubai Safari Park is preparing to welcome its visitors with the launch of its new season on September 27, with a set of exciting attractions that enhance the experience of visiting the park, especially for families, as it takes them to the heart of wildlife to learn about its most important features and components.
The Director-General of Dubai Municipality, Eng. Daoud Al-Hajri, confirmed that the preparations for the launch of the new season of Dubai Safari Park have been completed, in which all the ingredients that have long made it one of the most important tourist attractions in Dubai and the UAE have been completed, with the opportunity it offers to approach wildlife with its various components, within an atmosphere Safe, in which all guarantees were taken to ensure the visitor’s safety at all times of the visit, in addition to the various service facilities that have been prepared to ensure the comfort and happiness of visitors. He added: “Dubai Safari offers a unique experience that transports visitors of all age groups to the heart of wildlife within an interesting and entertaining educational atmosphere, based on a specialized team of experts and technicians with experience in the field of care, conservation and reproduction of wildlife, and we seek to provide all the elements that make the The visit is a source of joy for visitors and provides them with important information about many species that rarely meet in one place in this part of the world.”
The new season of Dubai Safari Park will witness the presence of various exhibitions, such as the Panther exhibition, in addition to the development of different areas of the park, such as the Arabian Desert Safari. The park will include new animals, and organize many interesting interactive shows, such as bird shows, including a bird of prey show, and a display of amazing creatures of the world, which will be presented by a group of wildlife experts with long practice in this field.
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