Since its establishment, 175 baby animals across 30 species have been born at the wildlife park…

Already home to 2,500 animals across 250 species, Dubai Safari has welcomed the arrival of 175 newborns since its establishment. 

The 119-hectare wildlife park proved hugely popular when it opened back in December, attracting 100,000 visitors through the doors during its first 10 days of being open.

Dubai Safari is now open and here’s what it’s like inside…

New arrivals at the park include a vervet monkey, 22 blackbuck antelopes, three Arabian wolves, 12 corn snakes, two Nile crocodiles, five Egyptian fruit bats, six wood ducks, 24 African spurred tortoises and three African white lions, amongst others.

The park is split into four villages, two which can be explored on foot, the African and Asian villages, and two which are drive-thru, the Arabian and Open Safari villages.

Tickets can be bought separately for the African, Arabian and Asian villages or for the Open Safari village for Dhs20 for children and Dhs50 for adults. Or guests can purchase an all-access ticket to all four parks for the discounted rate of Dhs30 for children and Dhs85 for adults.

Children under three, adults over 60 and those with special needs (people of determination) are granted free entry.

Dubai Safari, Al Warquaa 5 district, opposite The Farm, near Dragon Mart, 9am to 9pm from January, from Dhs20 to Dhs85.

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