Dubai Safari Park To Close For The Season On 31 May

Dubai Safari Park, one of Dubai’s leading leisure destinations, will close its doors for the season-ending 31 May 2021. The closure will allow the Park to protect its animals from any health risks due to the high summer temperatures and upgrade its facilities to further enhance the visitor experience. Visitors will be welcomed back for the new season in September 2021. Meanwhile.

The Closure Will Protect Animals From The Harsh Dubai Summer
With temperatures set to rise in the next few months, the park’s closure will prevent animals from the harsh summer. During this period, climate-controlled enclosures in the Park will allow animals to live in comfortable environments close to their natural habitats. Furthermore, the park will make use of this period to upgrade facilities and conduct maintenance work to enhance the animals’ living areas.


However, visitors to Dubai Safari Park will be able to enjoy various entertainment activities and live musical shows before the seasonal closing. The current season saw a remarkable visitor turnout in Dubai Safari Park, he noted. Strict precautionary and preventive measures applied across the park ensured a safe environment for visitors.

Dubai Safari Park Offers Visitors A Unique Experience
The Park offers unique interactive programs blended into the safari journey that provides visitors a unique and memorable experience. Not only can visitors see different species of animals from across the world, they can also enjoy activities, performances, and shows that entertain as well as educate.

Dubai safari park is home to around 3,000 animals, including 78 species of mammals – 10 different carnivores and 17 primates –; 50 types of reptiles; 111 kinds of birds as well as amphibians and invertebrates. These include rare animals like the Komodo dragon, spiral-horned antelope, Arabian Oryx, colored African wild dog, gorilla, gibbon, bongo, and lemur.

Spanning 119 hectares, the Park comprises three main villages, the African Village, Asian Village, and Explorer Village, and also includes an Arabian Desert Safari tour. Each village in the Safari Park represents a different climate and ecosystem and houses distinctive species of animals.

The Park is designed to ensure visitors can move around easily whether on foot or by using eco-friendly transport means available inside the park, such as buses, trams, or electrical powered cars.

Well, the park has a lot to offer and if you still haven’t been here, this is your last chance! So, head over asap.