Dubai Safari Parks Tickets


There are several man-made wonders in the city of Dubai. Dubai Safari Park, which spans 119 hectares, is one of them. With its picturesque lakes and lush surroundings, this natural park is home to over 2,500 species of animals. As you explore the many zones inside the venue, you will see various topographies, settlements, and a wide variety of flora and animals around you. Get your Dubai Safari Parks Ticket

The Dubai Safari Park’s classic open safari, which transports guests to the thorny jungles of Asia and Africa for an up-close experience with exotic animals, is its most exciting feature. While unwinding in the convenience of the specifically equipped vehicle, one can observe several animals, such as the zebra, baboons, deer, water buffalo, and cheetahs.

The Dubai Safari Park is divided into zones, each with its own geographical theme. The Arabian Desert Safari, African Village, Asian Village, Al Wadi, and Explorer Village are a few of these. You can explore the park’s interactive displays and view the animals there.

There is much more to Safari Park Dubai than a zoo. It’s a natural preserve, an animal sanctuary, and a college all rolled into one.

About the Dubai Safari Park Tickets:

  • With your Dubai Safari Park tickets, discover 78 species of mammals, including 10 distinct carnivores and 17 primates, 50 types of reptiles, and 111 species of birds, amphibians, and invertebrates.
  • Visit the Reptile House to see the snakes, lizards, and more than 50 different types of reptiles that call it home.
  • Attend a Safari Journey, a fun-filled, informative tour that lasts around 45 minutes and puts visitors near a variety of animals.
  • In its monitoring and activity, the Park employs innovative immersive ways to provide guests with a unique and distinct experience.
  • Get an opportunity to feed the animals during a private, guided, once-in-a-lifetime experience, with exclusive access to staff areas for the birds, elephants, and giraffes.
  • There are also cafes and restaurants, parking, shops, prayer rooms, free WiFi, baby changing stations, and many other amenities in the park.

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Day pass (Book Now)

Walking tour through Al Wadi to the settlements of the Explorers, the Africans, and the Asians, and other activities include 

  • Arabian Desert Safari 10-minute shuttle excursion
  • Live Events
  • Children’s Farm

Daily Pass+ (Book Now)

Tours to African, Asian, and Explorer communities, as well as: 

  • Train service
  • Arabian Desert Safari (10 minutes’ by electrical vehicle)
  • Reserved seating for live performances
  • Children’s Farm

Safari Journey (Book Now)

Tours to African, Asian, and Explorer communities, as well as:  

  • Safari Adventure (35-minute guided bus tour)
  • Arabian Desert Safari (10-minute electric vehicle ride)
  • Live Events
  • Children’s Farm

Safari Adventure+ (Book Now)

Get the whole experience by taking a guided trip to the African, Asian, and Explorer communities, as well as: 

  • Safari Adventure (35-minute guided bus tour)
  • Arabian Desert Safari (10-minute electric vehicle ride)
  • Reserved seating for live shows
  • Kids Farm 

Night Pass (Soon)

Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of Dubai Safari Park at Al Wadi, African Village Plaza, Explorer Village Plaza, and Arabian Desert Safari (10-minute shuttle tour), as well as restaurants and food trucks.

Please keep in mind that this ticket only allows for limited animal watching.

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    Safari Park Layout

    The massive 119-hectare Dubai Safari Park is tremendous. Trains, buses, and cars are all environmentally friendly transit options available in the park. The park’s main energy source is solar energy. Strong structures are also employed in the park to recycle water for trash management and drainage. In place of the Dubai Zoo, which has been around for 50 years, is this new safari park. There are rare and vital species in each of Safari Park’s areas.

    Zones Inside Dubai Safari Park

    Explorer Village: The Explorer Village’s Safari Journey is the park’s principal attraction. With the classic open safari, you can get up close and personal with the local wildlife population in the forests of Asia and Africa. In specially made vehicles, visitors can tour the village and see various animals, including zebras, water buffalo, hippos, South African giraffes, Sarus cranes, Guinea fowl, and cheetahs.

    African Village: Theme park visitors can explore the diverse African fauna and see species such as the Pygmy Hippo, African Lion, Greater Flamingo, African Elephant, Ring-tailed Lemur, Okapi, and many more in the exquisitely constructed African Village. The Grand Aviary is the attraction’s centrepiece and the ideal location for avid birdwatchers. The guides who assist you in locating numerous rare birds along the way add to the experience.

    Arabian Village: The Arabian Village is the best area to experience Arabic charm. This theme park has mountains, deserts, and vegetation resembling Arabian lands. Ostrich, Mouflon, Oryx, Gazelle, Ibex, Arabian Wolf, and Saiga Antelope are just a few examples of the diverse flora and wildlife that can be found there.

    Asian Village: If you’re interested in learning more about Asian wildlife, head over to Asian Village, where you can see a wide range of Asian animals, including gibbons, moon bears, and even Komodo dragons. You can also learn interesting facts about the animals from the park’s skilled keepers and guides. The moon bear, commonly known as the Asiatic black bear, is the featured animal at this attraction.

    Kids Farm: Purchase Dubai Safari Park tickets and take your children to Kids Farm. One of the most exciting and enjoyable places for children to hang out is here. This is where you and your family can engage with animals like cows, lambs, goats, ducks, and chickens and make some wonderful memories.

    Wadi Village: This themed village is encompassed by verdant valleys and ponds, giving tourists a glimpse into village life. Unwind with your loved ones and eat delectable meals from the restaurants in this area.

    Dubai Safari Park Timings

    Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; during Ramadan, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

    It takes at least 4-5 hours, or roughly half a day, to see all of the settlements. As a result, we recommend that you schedule a day to comfortably traverse the park, as well as travel to and from the park.

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