Dubai Safari project to open by year-end
Dubai Municipality officials have inspected the Dubai Safari project which is scheduled to open by the end of the year
Dubai Municipality officials have inspected the Dubai Safari project which is scheduled to open by the end of the year, the authority said in a statement on Wednesday.
Top officials from the municipality were briefed on the different aspects of the progress of the project, reviewing the works at the site during a recent visit.
Spread over 119ha, Dubai Safari will include 80ha of dedicated space for villages representing different regions of the world, in addition to a valley and children’s park.
The valley, supported by solar-power, has been set up at an area of 7.5ha, and will include a waterfall, a stream and a lake for fish, in addition to wooden bridges to connect the two sides of the valley.
The project also includes a wide range of recreational, cultural and sporting events as well as a 1,000-seat theatre within the projects $41m main building.
Eng. Dawoud Al Hajiri, Assistant Director General of Dubai Municipality for Engineering and Planning Sector and Mohammed Mubarak Al Mutaiwei, Assistant Director General for Communication and Community Sector inspected the Dubai Safari project, which is being established by the Municipality in Al Warqaa-5.