How to Get to Dubai Safari Park

Dubai Safari Park is a world-class wildlife attraction located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The park is spread over 119 hectares and features a variety of habitats, including the African Savannah, Arabian Desert, and Asian Forest. Visitors can see over 2,500 animals from over 250 species, including lions, tigers, giraffes, elephants, and more. The park also offers a range of experiences, such as the Big Cat Experience, where visitors can get up close with tigers and lions. 

Additionally, the park features a range of educational programs and conservation programs aimed at raising awareness about the importance of protecting wildlife and their habitats. Dubai Safari Park is a must-visit for animal lovers and families looking for a fun and educational day out. With its impressive facilities and commitment to animal welfare, the park offers a truly unforgettable experience.

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By Car

The distance from City Centre Deira to Dubai Safari Park is 20.1 kms. It takes approximately 22 minutes to reach the attraction via the D83 route. You can drive yourself to the location, which allows you to take a glimpse of the city skyline while driving. It is also recommended to use navigation tools such as Google Maps to properly locate the route. 

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By Bus

For budget-conscious visitors, catching a bus to the Dubai Safari Park Bus Station is the most convenient option. You can hop on to RTA Bus no. F10 from Rashidiya Bus Station. The bus operates all seven days a week at the following timings. 

  • Mon-Thu : First bus arrive at 08:25, last bus at 19:18
  • Friday : First bus arrive at 08:27, last bus at 18:47
  • Saturday : First bus arrive at 08:27, last bus at 18:59
  • Sunday : First bus arrive at 09:11, last bus at 19:08
By Metro

Rashidiya Metro Station is the closest to Dubai Safari Park. Once you get down at the Rashidiya Metro Station, you can hop on to RTA bus no. F10. and arrive at the attraction. Taking a metro is a convenient and economical option while travelling in large groups or with family in Dubai. Additionally, the metros in Dubai operate well on time and are clean as well as air conditioned. 

By Taxi

To reach Dubai Safari Park, you can opt for a taxi from any location in Dubai. Taxi services are readily available in Dubai and you can use ride-hailing apps like Uber and Careem or flag down a taxi on the street. All taxis in Dubai are metered by law, and they are generally safe and reliable. The taxi from the following locations are as follows: 

  • 55 AED Approximate cost from Downtown Dubai
  • 90 AED Approximate cost from Dubai Marina
  • 90 AED Approximate cost from Dubai Marina

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  • Explore various ecosystems of the animals and 6 different zones- Asian, Arab, African, Al Wadi, Kids Farm, and the Explorer Village

  • Get indulged in various fun activities inside the Dubai Safari Park which include the Birds of Prey show, Giraffe feeding, Bird feeding, and many more

  • Book your Dubai Safari Park tickets online for hassle-free entry to the Park and avoid waiting in long queues

  • Visit Dubai Safari Park and witness various rare species of plants and animals as you stroll through the 4 diverse sections of the park

  • See 100+ plants species in the lush green Wadi Region while also admiring sustainable modern technology like water renewable systems & solar energy

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Must Know Before You Go
  • Individuals with SANAD Card will be exempted and can enter the park free of cost.
  • Complimentary wheelchair service is offered at request.
  • Outside food and beverages are not allowed inside the park.
  • Alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited inside the park.
  • Minors must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
  • The last entry at the main gate of Safari park is at 3:30 PM.
  • Super taxi service is available within the park which can be used for visiting the different areas and that charges AED 10 for adults and AED 5 for child for one way.
  • Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes (shoulders and knees should be covered).
  • COVID-19 related guidelines issued by the respective state authorities is to be followed mandatorily.
  • You are required to respect the animals and park facilities. This includes NOT teasing the animals and not littering inside the park.
  • Bicycles, pets, scooters, skateboards and roller skates, Balloons, balls, toy guns and flash photographs are not allowed inside the park.
  • Stay hydrated throughout your visit.
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Location: 5CCW+H5 - Al Warqa 5 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Timings of Dubai Safari Park

  • Operating Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.
  • Gates close at 3:30 pm for guests who do not have tickets
  • Gates close at 4:00 pm for guests who have purchased online tickets.
  • The ticket counter closes at 4:00 pm.
  • Safari Journey closes at 4:30 pm.
  • Also checkout Dubai Safari Park Map for better understanding.

Best Time to Visit:

The best time to visit Dubai Safari Park is during the winter months, which fall between November and March. This is also considered the peak tourist season in Dubai, with cooler temperatures that make it more pleasant to explore the outdoor attractions of the park. 

On the other hand, the summer months which are from April to October, are known for their hot and humid weather, with temperatures often reaching over 40°C (104°F). This can make it challenging to enjoy the outdoor exhibits and you may also find it uncomfortable to walk around the park for extended periods.

FAQ’s of Dubai Safari Park

What are the famous attractions at Dubai Safari Park?

    dubai Safari Park is home to a wide range of animals and attractions, including:

    • African Village: A walk-through exhibit featuring African animals such as giraffes, zebras, and cheetahs.
    • Asian Village: A section of the park dedicated to animals from Asia, including tigers, elephants, and red pandas.
    • Arabian Village: A showcase of the Arabian Peninsula's natural beauty and biodiversity, with animals such as Arabian wolves, oryx, and gazelles.
    • Safari Village: A large section of the park that features a variety of animals, including lions, rhinos, and hippos.
    • Flamingo Lagoon: A beautiful lagoon that is home to a flock of flamingos.

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