This should help cut those entry queues…
If you’re planning on heading to Dubai Safari soon, this news should help speed up getting in. Tickets for the attraction, which opened at the end of last year, are now available to purchase online.
Priced at Dhs50 for adults and Dhs20 for children, tickets gain visitors access to the African, Asian and Arabian Villages within the park.
Tickets for the Safari Village, (which is the main drive-thru safari area) are not yet online, but it’s expected they’ll be available on the website soon according to a Gulf News report.
A combo ticket for all four villages should become available online at the same time. These will be priced at Dhs85 for adults and Dhs30 for children.
Tickets for the 119-hectare facility can be bought through the Dubai Safari website.
The introduction of online tickets should help to cut queues at the gates of the safari park, which saw an overwhelming 100,000 visitors through its doors over the first ten days of opening.
The park, which is home to more than 250 animals across 2,500 species, first opened on December 12.
Dubai Safari was the first of two major attractions to open in the space of two months. It was followed by the new architectural icon, Dubai Frame which opened on New Year’s Day. Tickets for Dubai Frame are still not available online and can currently only be bought on the gate.
We’ll update you as soon as they’re on sale online.