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Al Ain Zoo Tickets

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Al Ain Zoo Tickets highlights

  • Explore over 4,000 animals from around the world in AI Ain Zoo, including endangered species like Arabian Oryx and African lions.

  • Gain access to a diverse range of wildlife species and enjoy the walk-through lemur exhibit, the world's largest man-made safari which covers 215 plus hectares of land.

  • Learn about the first Emirati organisation that has been working on protecting endangered species for over 50 years.

  • Engage with interactive exhibits and educational displays in the archaeological collection at Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center.

  • Discover the natural beauty of Al Ain Zoo's surroundings, set against the stunning backdrop of the Jebel Hafeet mountains.

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Timings: 02:00 PM to 08:00 PM

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Nahyan The First St - Shiab Al Ashkhar - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

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Al Ain Zoo Tickets overview

Activity Hours: 02:00 PM - 08:00 PM

About the Al Ain Zoo:

Visit AL Ain Zoo which is one of the largest wildlife parks in the United Arab Emirates known best for its recreational and educational activities. The zoo houses more than about 4000 animals including Arabian oryx, rhinos, hippos, tigers, lions, and many more. Stroll around the zoo’s Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre and learn fascinating facts about the UAE’s natural environment. Take the Al Ain Safari which is located in Jebel Hafeet and venture into the King of the Jungle’s wide kingdom. Book your AL Ain Zoo tickets and explore the natural environment of the zoo in the deserts of Abu Dhabi.

About The Activity:

  • Spend an exciting day at AL Ain Zoo which is home to over 4,000 animals like Arabian oryx, the big-horned Barbary sheep, rhinos, hippos, tigers, lions, and more.
  • Explore the Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Center and its interactive exhibits including multimedia, and visual materials which display the past, present, and future of the UAE.
  • Stroll around the massive galleries like the Sheikh Zayed Tribute Hall, Abu Dhabi Desert over Time, Abu Dhabi’s Living World, and People of the Desert, and learn about the amazing history of country’s development.
  • Watch herbivorous mamma Barbary sheep and your favorite big cats like the Arabian leopard, the South African cheetah and the African white lion.
  • See different species of birds like falcons, eagles, owls, and vultures demonstrate their hunting skills at the Wings of Sahara show.
  • Spot amazing creatures like the Aldabra giant tortoise,African Spurred Tortoise and the Nile Crocodile in the reptile zone.
  • See the most ferocious birds at Wings of the Sahara Show, the fastest of the animal kingdom in the Cheetah Run and watching feeding of lions and giraffes.
  • Watch your kids have some fun with various interactive activities at the Children’s Zone with AL Ain zoo tickets.

Do Not Miss:

  • Budgie Feeding - Timing: 3:00 pm-5:00 pm, at Children's Zoo.
  • Giraffe Feeding - Timing: 2:00 pm-7:00 pm, at Giraffe Feeding Station.
  • Parrot Show - Timing: 4:30 pm(available only on Friday), at Parrot Tent.
  • Lemur Experience - Enjoy a walk in the Lemur exhibit at the Al Ain Zoo. Get a closer look at these interesting animals.

How to reach?

  • By Car: The activity location is 159 km from the city centre, it will take 1 hr 31 minutes via the E22  route.
  • By Bus: Take a bus to St 2 / Al Ain Zoo station which is 750m away from the museum. You can reach the activity location from the bus station with a 9-minute walk.

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Al Ain Zoo Tickets faqs

Do we need to book in advance for Al Ain Zoo Tickets?

It is not mandatory to book Al Ain Zoo tickets in advance, but it is recommended to avoid any inconvenience. Visitors can purchase tickets online or on-site at the ticket counter.

What is the minimum age required to book Al Ain Zoo Tickets?

There is no minimum age requirement to book Al Ain Zoo tickets. Children of all ages are welcome at the zoo and can enjoy the various activities and exhibits. However, children under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. It is important to note that some attractions within the zoo may have age or height restrictions for safety reasons. Visitors are advised to check the zoo's website or contact them directly for more information on specific attractions and requirements.

How long are Al Ain Zoo Tickets valid for?

The validity of Al Ain Zoo tickets depends on the type of ticket purchased. Single-day tickets are valid only for the day of purchase, while annual passes are valid for one year from the date of purchase. Visitors can also purchase a two-day ticket, which is valid for two consecutive days from the date of purchase. It is important to check the validity of the ticket before purchasing it to ensure it meets your needs.

Do we have to buy separate Al Ain Zoo Tickets for Kids?

Yes, children under the age of three can enter Al Ain Zoo for free, but children aged three and above need to purchase tickets. However, the ticket prices for children are generally cheaper than adult tickets. Therefore, separate tickets need to be purchased for children to visit Al Ain Zoo.

Why Al Ain Zoo famous?

Al Ain Zoo is famous for its extensive collection of more than 4,000 animals from 200 different species, including many rare and endangered species. The zoo has been working on breeding and conserving endangered species in the UAE, including Arabian antelopes, gazelles, oryx, and the Arabian leopard.

It is also home to the largest collection of big cats in the UAE, such as lions, tigers, and cheetahs. The zoo offers various interactive experiences and educational programs, making it a popular destination for families, nature lovers, and wildlife enthusiasts.

How long should one spend in Al Ain Zoo?

The duration of the visit to Al Ain Zoo can vary depending on the interests of visitors. However, a minimum of 3-4 hours is recommended to explore the zoo and see the major animal exhibits. If visitors are interested in attending any of the animal shows or interactive experiences, they may need to allocate more time. It's best to plan the visit in advance and check the zoo's website for the show timings and other activities. Overall, the zoo offers an excellent opportunity to learn about and appreciate the natural world, and visitors can easily spend an entire day here.

What are the best things to do in Al Ain Zoo?

Enjoy Al Ain Zoo Safari- The Al Ain Safari is beautifully sculpted out of the desert environment to embrace its pristine surroundings, with the towering background of Jebel Hafeet and a magnificent finger-like extension of the craggy Hajar Mountains. 

Experience Gazing at Zoo Animals - Experiencing the animals all around the zoo is truly a great activity that you will love. This is a truly unique feeling to see some of your favorite animals spend their time in their natural habitat.

Dine in with the King of Jungle- The zoo's newest exclusive experience, which comes after it on our list, was created to provide visitors a special chance to explore the wild. Visitors can partake in a five-star banquet just meters away from the lions at the "dinner with the lions."

Feed the Giant Giraffe- Skip breakfast before visiting the zoo. At the Al Ain Zoo, where Miss Zafrana the giraffe and her lovely family are guests, a sumptuous early-morning buffet is waiting for you. Take a tonne of great pictures while feeding the gorgeous animals. 

How old is Al Ain Zoo?

Al Ain Zoo was founded in 1968, making it over 50 years old.

What types of animals can we see in Al Ain Zoo?

Birds- Al Ain Zoo welcomes a large number of native as well as migratory birds all through the year. In search of a new home with the intention of stability, building nests, and reproducing, numerous birds freely migrate throughout the world in their flocks, flying over a variety of bodies of water, covering great distances, and flying over rocky terrain.

Mammals- The Al Ain Zoo is widely famous among the wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers for being home to about 42 different species of mammals. During your visit to this zoo, you will get to witness the mammals spending time in their natural habitat as well as get a chance to feed them and have close encounters

Reptiles- More than 100 species of reptiles from throughout the world, including turtles, crocodiles, snakes, and lizards, are housed at the Reptile Park's indoor and outdoor exhibits and entertaining walkways. More than 600 animals will live there, and 3,855 square meters of greenery, including 299 trees and more than 200 other plants, will be covered with foliage. 

Can we feed the animals at Al Ain Zoo?

Some animal feeding experiences are available at Al Ain Zoo, such as the Giraffe Feeding Experience and the Camel Feeding Experience.

What are the operating hours of Al Ain Zoo?

Al Ain Zoo is open every day from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm. The last entry to the zoo is at 6:00 pm.

How far is Al Ain Zoo from Burj Khalifa?

The distance between Al Ain Zoo and Burj Khalifa is approximately 130 kilometers, and it takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach by car.

Is Al Ain Zoo wheelchair accessible?

Al Ain Zoo is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and elevators available throughout the zoo.

Can I click pictures inside Al Ain Zoo?

Visitors are allowed to take pictures inside Al Ain Zoo, but some areas may have restrictions for the safety and welfare of the animals.

What is the best time to visit Al Ain Zoo?

The best time to visit Al Ain Zoo is during the cooler months from November to February, as temperatures can be high and uncomfortable during the summer months. It is also recommended to visit early in the morning or late in the evening to avoid the heat and crowds.

Is outside food allowed in Al Ain Zoo?

No, since many people who do not follow the rules tend to feed the animals their own food, the zoo authorities have prohibited bringing our own food inside the zoo. 

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