Dubai Crocodile Park finally open its doors to public on Thursday, April 18. The management of the much-awaited Dubai Crocodile Park on Wednesday revealed the opening date and ticket rates of the first-of-its-kind wildlife conservation facility in the Middle East.
About Dubai Crocodile Park
Located near Mushrif Park, Dubai Crocodile Park offers guests an unique experience designed to give them an awe-inspiring look into the life of crocodiles, from various points of view, including close-up and under the water.
According to the management, the Dubai Crocodile Park is home to “250 Nile crocodiles of all ages, from babies to huge adults”. The 20,000sqm facility is specially designed for their comfort fosters an optimal environment including year-round climate-controlled water and the highest safety standards for guests while looking out over the crocodile dominated river views.
The Dubai Crocodile Park will host family-friendly experiences, including a dedicated, one-of-a-kind natural history museum, an African lake-themed aquarium, and large outdoor landscaped areas. The museum is dedicated to fostering information where visitors will be able to learn about the history and future of crocodiles.
The park also boasts multiple dining outlets and provides year-round comfort with multiple air-conditioned spaces.
The exhibit curator of Dubai Crocodile Park, Tarryn Clare said, “Welfare and education are at the heart of Dubai Crocodile Park. Since the crocs moved into our facility, we’ve had babies hatch, which is the ultimate proof of the animals thriving”.
“We can’t wait to welcome the public to experience these amazing animals, and to educate them about the importance of their conservation and protection,” Clare added.
With educational panels displayed all along the visitors’ path, specially curated sessions for school trips, and a team of expert guides, Dubai Crocodile Park provides the perfect setting for visitors to discover more about these fascinating creatures.
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The attraction also implements the highest safety standards to ensure the well-being of guests.
Construction of the park was first announced back in 2016 and it is finally ready to welcome crocodile lovers and curious individuals to experience the majesty of this ancient reptile.
Ticket price: Dhs95 for adults and Dhs75 for children between three and 12 years old.
Tickets for Dubai Crocodile Park are available for purchase at the park entrance.
The park will be open from 10am to 10pm daily.