Al Ain Wild life Park & Resort

This is home to over 4,000 animals; at least 30% of its 180 species are considered endangered. The park covers 900 hectares near the base of Jebel Hafeet.

Visitors can see the large animal collection in enclosures that resemble their natural habitats as closely as possible. Giraffes, zebras and rhinoceroses co-exist in the mixed African exhibit, while wildlife typical of the local region, such as the indigenous Arabian Oryx and sand gazelle also share a habitat.

There are plenty of green public spaces ideal for picnics and also playgrounds, a cafeteria and a train tour of the wildlife area.

Winter months (October to May):
10am – 7pm (Saturdays to Thursdays)
10am - 8pm (Fridays)
Wild Nights (1st May to 30th September): 4pm - 12 midnight (Saturdays to Thursdays)
10am - 12 midnight (Fridays)
Entrance Fee:    AED 15 (Adults) (US$ 4.08),
                            AED 5 (Children) (US$ 1.36),
                            Free for (Children under 6 years)
Tel: +971 3 782 8188   

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