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Park Features: New Animal Paradise Extension & Birds of Prey & Hippo Park (2017) Aerial Adventure and Newly Refurbished Petting Zoo (2017) Recently refurbished Al Dar Restaurant (2017) Animal Feeding & Rides Animal Shows & Interactions at the Park...more
All reviews feed the animals sea lion show white tiger big cats animal lovers animals seem great variety of animals elephant feeding air conditioned nice place to visit entrance fee amazing experience goats lions sheep interact predators
I went to visit with mixed thoughts on how it would be in such a hot country (although cool in January)
I come away with mixed emotions
1) animals were clean and mostly looked well cared for plenty of clean water and bedding...More
Stayed at the resort accommodation. Rooms clean and neat. The zoo is well laid out and not too crowded. Some of the facilities and enclosures need repairs urgently. Plenty activities to keep the children busy and interested. All in all an awesome day.
I went to the zoo with my sister and my mom who find difficulties to walk for a long distance..and I called the zoo before I go asking for the wheelchair and they mentioned that they have it but once I reach there I found...More
If you come from Africa like us you will not enjoy this much as we are used to animals in game parks the size of Switzerland.Animals seemed really cooped up and sad.Enclosures were small with no natural vegetation.
An absolute must for families with young children. The fun part is that you get to feed most of the animals here. They also have different activities/ shows of interest for all age group. Their is also a zip line and rope walk . Their...More
Try to go early as u can
Admission 35 derham for adult
We bought the three activity pack for 55 derham each
Have a look over shows timing once u get your tickets.
Animal food is sold for around 60 derhams (grass, peanut , milk...More