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The Dubai Safari.

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Dubai Safari to close until September

 

DUBAI – The Dubai Safari has closed its gates to visitors and will remain closed for the season until September.

The 119-hectare Dubai Safari reopened in October last year at 30 percent capacity as part of precautionary measures against coronavirus.

With the summer months in the UAE, its residents of 3,2000 birds and animals will now be moved to cooler enclosures.

Ahmad Al Zarouni, director of Public Parks and Recreational Facilities at Dubai Municipality, hoped that the park would fully reopen later this year.

“Hopefully we will open in September with more relaxations in place,” Al Zarouni said.

Dubai Safari features five zones: Africa, Asia, Arabian Desert Safari, Explorer and Adventure Village. Further expansion is planned for the next season, including a zip line and water zone. ICA/Expat Media


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