Sharjah Safari Park houses 120 spices of animals in an eight square kilometres facility at Al Bridi Nature Reserve. WAM
The world’s largest Safari Park outside Africa, and home to over 50,000 animals, with herds and flocks of over 120 species, opened for public in Sharjah on Thursday.
Visitors can now embark on an African wildlife adventure at the newly-inaugurated Sharjah Safari Park at Al Bridi Nature Reserve in Dhaid area.
Here’s a full list of the ticket rates and what you can expect from each.
The Gold Category prices range from Dhs275 to Dhs3,500 (excluding tax). The trip includes all Sharjah Safari environments with a private guide, with various luxury cars.
The price for the Silver Category ranges from Dhs25 to Dhs120 (excluding tax). Visitors take a bus that takes them on an exciting journey that includes all the environments of Sharjah Safari, except for the Serengeti area.
In contrast, the Bronze Category includes transporting visitors through a walking tour in the “Into Africa” region, with prices ranging from Dhs15 to Dhs40 (excluding tax).
Sharjah Safari opens its doors seven days a week from 8:30pm until 6:30am to take you on an exciting journey. The journey of the gold and silver categories owners extends from five to six hours. Those in the Bronze category extend by two to three hours.
The parks received more than a quarter of a million visitors, which is an increase of 76.38% over the same period last year.
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Dubai's Safari Park reopened its doors Monday after a two-year expansion, as the emirate seeks to boost its hard-hit tourism sector amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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 will be upgraded. The new season of the park would begin in September 2021.
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