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Oman opens sultanate’s largest wildlife attraction, Safari World

The attraction features thrilling experiences and over 300 exotic animals.

The sultanate’s tourism landscape just got wilder with the grand opening of Safari World Oman.

Spanning 150,000-square-kilometers, Safari World is located in Ibra and is the sultanate’s largest zoo. It promises to be a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and families in search of an animal encounter. 

Here, you’ll discover over 300 magnificent creatures, including alligators, lions, tigers, and zebras. Now Safari World is not content with just being the largest zoo in Oman — it’s taking it up a notch. Plans are already in motion to expand the species of animals, with aspirations to accommodate over 1,000 animals in the near future.

Safari World Oman

Safari World’s appeal extends beyond its vast collection of animals. It serves as a hub for entertainment, education, and fostering environmental awareness. With interactive experiences and a diverse array of species, the zoo aims to instil a lifelong commitment to conservation among its visitors. 

In addition to its animal exhibits, Safari World boasts additional attractions, including a thrilling water theme park and an entertainment area for families. Plus, the zoo plans to roll out special programs for school visits, providing enriching educational experiences for children.

For those eager to embark on this wild adventure, Safari World Oman is open from 8am to 7pm, offering ample time to explore its wonders — which means a day trip from the UAE is definitely on the cards. 

So pack your bags and get ready to embark on a wild journey at Oman’s very own Safari World.

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