Dubai Safari, a ground-breaking 119-hectare wildlife attraction, is now likely to open early in the new year.
The finishing touches are currently being applied to the park which will be home to 2,500 animals representing more than 250 species native to the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
According to Khalid Al Suwaidi, Director of Leisure Facilities, Dubai Safari, the park will open in ‘just a few weeks’. He added that the team was looking forward to ‘sharing this experience with the public and welcoming guests from around the world to celebrate wildlife diversity’.
Dubai Safari expects to attract over 10,000 visitors a day and will provide a diverse range of educational and immersive activities.