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Spread across a whopping 119 hectares, the Dubai Safari Park is home to more than 2,500 animals from all over the world. Lions, elephants, giraffes, moon bears, camels – you’ll find them all here. The park is divided into different zones, each zone with animals native to their regions. Prepare yourself to be transported to the jungles of Asia, the deserts of Arabia, the rainforests of Africa, and more.
Dubai Safari Park is a wildlife park, animal sanctuary & education center, all rolled into one. A must-visit for anyone interested in learning more about the flora and fauna of the world, Dubai Safari Park also has many interactive experiences and live shows that let to get up close and personal with a large variety of exotic animals.
Head on a wildlife adventure with this ticket that gives you access to the different zones and ecosystems in the park. With this ticket you get access to the Asian Village, African Village and Arabian Desert Safari, including the live shows. Explore the park at your own pace.Book These Tickets
Enjoy a 45-minute guided Safari Journey along with access to all the villages with this ticket. The ticket includes a comfortable drive-through tour of the Explorer Village where you can view majestic lions, rhinos and giraffes living in their natural homes, living their everyday lives.Book These Tickets
Your Dubai Safari Park tickets include access to four villages, each featuring a number of exotic animals, interactive experiences, and more. Let’s take a detailed look at each of these zones.
Get ready to witness the deserts of Arabia as you walk through the Arabian Desert Safari. Here, a number of interactive experiences await you. A Dubai Safari Park marshal will give you an overview of the delicate ecosystem that exists here. Don’t forget to check out the Petting Zoo which is a visitor’s favorite, especially if you are traveling with children. The Arabian Desert Safari also conducts a number of educational activities for children.
Look out for: Arabian wolves, sheep, gazelles, antelopes, etc.
One of the main highlights of Dubai Safari Park, the Explorer Village offers a thrilling experience to its visitors. Step into this zone and find yourself transported to the jungles of Asia and the rainforests of Africa. Don’t forget to check out the crocodile, hippo and tiger exhibits. Another equally interesting attraction at the Safari Park is the Elephant’s Region which is home to a large herd of elephants. You will have to upgrade your tickets to get access to this village.
Look out for: Lions, zebras, Nile crocodiles, tigers, water buffalos, etc.
Flanked by baobab trees and traditional mud structures, the African Village gives you an authentic experience of the African countryside. Here, you’ll meet a number of reptiles, apes, monkeys, and elephants, all native to Africa. The reptile house features an extensive collection of snakes and other reptiles from all around Africa. The African Village is also home to UAE’s largest aviary exhibit.
Look out for: Deer, chimpanzees, gorillas, African elephants, etc.
Witness the distinctive flora and fauna of Asia in this zone. They house a number of interesting animals like moon bears and gibbons. One of the highlights of the Asian Village is a large theatre where a show takes place every day, Amazing Creatures of the World. Here, you can witness a variety of animals living their lives as they would in the wild, walking, swimming, and flying right in front of your eyes!
Look out for: Gibbons, moon bears, Mandarin ducks, etc.
Here's everything you need to know before you visit Dubai Safari Park.
Address: Dubai Safari Park, 5CCW+H5 - Al Warqa 5 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
By metro: take the Green Line to the Creek Metro station and take a 20-minute taxi ride to Dubai Safari Park.
By bus: the closest stop is Dragon Mart or the Creek bus stop. From here, you can take a taxi to Dubai Safari Park.Getting to Dubai Safari Park
Dubai Safari Park is spread on a vast 119 hectare land with different zones. To make sure that you know where you are at any point, it is better that you have the park map with you. You can easily download the Dubai Safari Park map onto your phone so that you’re aware of all the facilities available nearby you. You can also approach the park staff at any point to help you with any of your needs.Dubai Safari Park Map
Discounted Tickets: People of Determination (people with disabilities) along with two companions can enter the park for free. Make sure to carry your SANAD Card to get your free entry.
Wheelchair Accessibility: The entire Dubai Safari Park is fully equipped to be accessed by wheelchair. You can avail wheelchairs at the guest service counter upon request at a nominal fee. All the park transportation, i.e. the buses, train and taxi are all wheelchair accessible. There are also wheelchair accessible toilets available on the premises.
There are two souvenir shops available inside Dubai Safari Park as well.
Zwadi Shop: Located in the African Village
Soko: Located in the Main Building
Each of these shops have a range of products, including plush animals, toys, gifts, and much more, to immortalize your memories at Dubai Safari Park.
Dubai Safari Park has 4 main restaurants and also other food trucks and kiosks available throughout the park to keep you well fed throughout your visit.
Most hotels are situated near Downtown Dubai and you will have to travel to Dubai Safari Park from here.
Budget Hotels: West Hotel, Signature Inn Deira, Panorama Deira Hotel
Mid-Range Hotels: Premier Inn Dubai Dragon Mart Hotel, FORM Hotel Dubai, a member of Design Hotels, Majestic City Retreat Hotel
Luxury Hotels: DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai - Business Bay, Ramada by Wyndham Downtown Dubai, Bulgari Hotel & Resorts, Dubai
Dubai is a hub of many tourist attractions. Here are some other places in Dubai you should definitely check out.
Burj Khalifa: Your trip to Dubai will most certainly be incomplete if you don’t visit the tallest building in the world. Book your Burj Khalifa tickets to marvel at its wonderful magnificence.
Miracle Garden: Located in the heart of Dubai, Miracle Garden is the world’s largest natural flower garden. With more than 50 million flowers, this is one of the most visited attractions in the city.
Dhow Cruise: The best out-of-the-ordinary way to explore the city is to take a Dhow cruise in Dubai. With multiple cruise options, you can relax, indulge in delectable cuisines, and enjoy live entertainment as you explore Dubai waters.
Yes, Dubai Safari Park is now open for visits. You can easily book your Dubai Safari Park tickets online here.
Dubai Safari Park ticket price starts from AED 50. However, children below the age of 3 and people of determination along with their two companions can enter the park for free. For children aged 3-12, the price is AED 25.
Yes, you can easily purchase your Dubai Safari Park tickets online. In fact, it is recommended that you do so in order to maintain a no-contact atmosphere.
It is recommended that you do your Dubai Safari Park ticket booking in advance for a comfortable and safe experience. Book your Dubai Safari Park tickets.
You can buy your Dubai Safari Park tickets at the park itself, but it is possible that you may have to wait a long line or not be able to get inside with enough time to cover the entire park. Access to some villages and facilities are also unavailable when you buy your tickets directly at the park. We recommend that you pre-book your Dubai Safari Park tickets so that you can make the best of your visit.
Depending on your choice of ticket, you will have access to 3 or 4 of the Dubai Safari Park zones. Your ticket doesn't include access to the Safari Journey, however, you can upgrade your ticket to get this experience. You’ll also have access to the live shows in the park.
Your Dubai Safari Park tickets will give you full access to all the live shows at Dubai Safari Park. Book your Dubai Safari Park tickets.
Children below the age of 3 and people of determination with two companions can enjoy free entry into the park. Children aged 3 to 12 years old can avail discounts as well. Make sure that you carry valid ID proof to avail them.
Dubai Safari Park is open every day morning from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM and in the evening from 6:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Get detailed Dubai Safari Park timings.
The best way to get to Dubai Safari Park is to drive there or take a cab. However, if you're on a budget, you can also travel most of the distance by metro or bus and then catch a cab the rest of the way. Get more details about getting to Dubai Safari Park.
When visiting the Explorer Village at Dubai Safari Park, you will be seated in a comfortable bus along with other visitors. The bus will take you on a 45-minute safari that allows you to view animals living in their own habitats.