Al Ain Zoo re-opens doors for daytime visits as temperatures fall

The wildlife diversity that calls the Zoo home includes more than 4,000 species from around the world

  
A giraffe walks in the Al Ain zoo in United Arab Emirates April 5, 2007.

A giraffe walks in the Al Ain zoo in United Arab Emirates April 5, 2007.

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AL AIN - Al Ain Zoo has announced the re-opening of its doors for daytime visits from 9 a.m. as the weather is improving, maintaining the availability of various recreational options from its outdoor and indoor adventures and experiences, while adhering to all necessary precautionary measures.

Omar Mohammed Al Ameri, Director of Operations at Al Ain Zoo, said, "We warmly welcome our visitors, who now have more time to enjoy various experiences and tours, whether within the Zoo, at the Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre or Al Ain Safari. The Zoo, as always, provides its visitors with an amazing array of experiences from open outdoor areas where they can watch, observe and experience the amazing variety of plants and wildlife, to tours of the indoor air-conditioned areas. The Zoo also includes multiple water experiences that are available in the Hippo and Crocodile exhibit, Children’s discovery garden and the flamingo lakes." As well as visitor-friendly experiences, the Zoo is working on developing new exciting experiences and offers for its visits on both regional and global levels, including the Reptile Park, Elephant Safari, Penguin Beach and much more.

The Zoo’s administration is determined to provide abundant fun experiences for people of all ages, hence it has created the world's largest man-made African Safari and designed tours of the Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre, which includes multiple shows, films and specialised exhibitions.

Other notable attractions at Al Ain Zoo include the animal feeding activities, animal enclosures and vast area of green landscapes. The wildlife diversity that calls the Zoo home includes more than 4,000 species from around the world. Visitors have the option of planning their visits in advance through the Zoo’s websitewww.alainzoo.ae or smartphone app, and can receive updated notifications about the latest events.

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