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DUBAI – The Dubai Safari will be shut down for 108 days to undergo an upgrade during the summer.
The park will close its doors on May 15 and will reopen on October 1.
The park will undergo enhancement works that include more climatized areas for animals.
The 12.8 million-sq. ft. park is home to more than 2,500 animals.
Visitors can also expect new engagement programmes and interactive experiences once the park reopens.
“In line with our commitment to offering a superior customer experience, the upgrades seek to provide a better habitat for our animals, and a more interactive and educational experience for our visitors,” the Dubai Safari said in a statement on Saturday. JMYDS/Expat Media
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