Dubai Safari Park Is Set To Reopen On October 5

Set across 119 hectares, the redesigned attraction will provide a memorable experience for all those who visit

  • Publish date: Sunday، 27 September 2020 Last update: Thursday، 25 February 2021
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After a gap of 2 years of being shut, the Dubai Safari is set to be back in action as tourism is set to start again.

The expanded community of 3,000 mammals, birds, amphibians and invertebrates includes rare animals such as the Komodo dragon, spiral-horned antelope, Arabian oryx, coloured African wild dog, gorilla, gibbon, bongo and lemur.

The necessary precautionary measures have been implemented to ensure health and safety regulations are followed. Social distancing needs to be followed with the stickers placed on the floor for them to be adhered too along with a thermal camera that has been installed to screen visitors’ temperatures and a manual ones to check it upon arrival. 

The Park comprises three main villages, the African Village, Asian Village and Explorer Village, and also includes an Arabian Desert Safari tour, all of which can be accessed through the air-conditioned trains on the park.

The relaunch has now developed a range of educational interactions for visitors with improvements from when it first launched in May 2018 to ensure guests have access to an array of sites along with increased educational interaction. 

Ticket prices for adults start at Dhs50 with admission for kids at Dhs20 and ages below 3 can enter for free. It is open daily 9am-5pm from Oct 5. Al Warqa 5 and tickets can be purchased from

Lead image courtesy of instagram/dubaisafari