Dubai Safari Park is set to welcome visitors for a brand new season on October 5.
The popular recreational and tourist destination provides guests the opportunity to explore and uncover the marvels of wildlife, fungal patterns and biodiversity all in one place.
It also offers visitors the chance to observe animals and birds in their natural habitats.
"In the upcoming 2023-2024 season, Dubai Safari Park will offer a multitude of engaging activities that seamlessly blend entertainment and education while introducing a diverse array of animals and birds that inhabit the park," said Ahmed Al Zarooni, Director of the Department of Public Parks and Recreational Facilities at Dubai Municipality.
"We are also planning to launch a programme focused on raising awareness about endangered species, alongside hosting workshops and events related to global environmental and land conservation efforts, as well as various aspects of sustainability," he added.
.@DMunicipality today announced that #Dubai Safari Park, one of the emirate’s most popular recreational and tourist destinations, will open its doors for the 2023-2024 season on 5 October. The Park provides both residents and tourists with a unique opportunity to explore and… pic.twitter.com/T9q0uMfsoT— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) October 3, 2023
Dubai Safari Park will hold daily recreational and educational performances at scheduled times throughout the day.
The highlights of this season include the Bird Kingdom Show, which will be held at the Explorer Village Theatre from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, while the Asian Village will host a spectacular showcase from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, introducing audiences to some of the world's most captivating creatures.
Visitors can look forward to the Birds of Prey Show at 4:00 pm. The Park will also present a range of workshops aligned with global events, covering themes like Teacher's Day, World Animal Days such as World Lemur Day, Hippo, Farms, Climate Change, Life Cycle and other events related to the environment, education and animals.
The Park will also organise the 'Wildlife Talk' workshops, during which guides will provide information about animals in three locations - the Children's Farm, the Asian Village and the Explorer Village.
Additionally, there will be interactive animal feeding activities for giraffes, birds and goats.
Dubai Safari Park, which is overseen by Dubai Municipality, attracted more than half a million visitors last year, including UAE residents and tourists.