In the United Arab Emirates the world’s largest artificial safari park has opened
Tourists can observe wild animals in a native habitat.
The largest artificial safari park on the planet has opened in the city of El Ainu (the emirate of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates). Its area makes 217 hectares – in this huge territory 250 wild animals live so far, but their quantity will be soon increased to four hundred.
Now the park offers visitors the African safari, and Asian and Arab zones of the reserve will open later. Guests of park can observe lions, antelopes, zebras and giraffes in natural to the environment. The safari round on the jeep lasts an hour and a half and costs 200 dirhams ($54) from the person. Twice a day – at 9:30 and 13:30 – rounds in English are held.
The safari park became part of a zoo of El Ainu which is already popular tourist sight.