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Dubai Safari Park to close for the season on May 31

The Dubai Safari Park will close its doors for the season ending May 31, authorities have announced. The closure will allow the park officials to protect its animals from any health risks due to the high summer temperatures. During this period, the park’s facilities would be upgraded. Home to around 3,000 animals — including lions, tigers, gazelles, and different kinds of primates, reptiles, and birds — the park offers visitors a remarkable glimpse into the animal kingdom.

One can get a day pass for Dh50 and children aged three to 12 can enter for Dh20. Those younger than three can enter free. A host of other experiences are available at the site, including safari journeys that come with train services. With temperatures now hitting summer highs, the park will be closing on May 31. It will be opening its gates again for another season once winter rolls in later this year. Spanning 119 hectares, the park comprises three main villages: the African Village, Asian Village and Explorer Village. Each village represents a different climate and ecosystem and houses distinctive species of animals. It also includes an Arabian Desert Safari tour. The Dubai Safari Park offers a wide range of animal welfare and conservation strategies to provide a better life for the animals. It contributes to the conservation of endangered species with unique breeding programmes and rescue missions around the world. It features over 200 different types of trees distributed in accordance with its different environments.
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