Dubai: Senior Dubai Municipality officials inspected the Dubai Safari project, which is being established by the municipality in Al Warqa’a 5.
They were briefed on the different aspects of the project, which is expected to be completed in the next few months, the civic body said in a press release on Wednesday.
Dawood Al Hajiri, assistant director-general, Engineering and Planning Sector, and Mohammad Mubarak Al Mutaiwe’e, assistant director-general, Communication and Community Sector, inspected the project.
Marwan Abdulla, director of General Projects Department; Khalid Badri, director of Corporate Marketing and Relations Department, and other officials and engineers representing the company that executes the project were present.
Spread over 119 hectares, 80 hectares of the project are dedicated to villages representing different regions of the world, and 35 hectares to the Open Safari village.
The project aims to create the best habitat for the wildlife in the world, providing different environments that suit various animals.
It is also aimed at attracting visitors from various parts of the world, using modern interactive methods for viewing and movement to ensure a distinctive and unique experience for visitors. While ensuring that the entertainment elements are in place, all safety requirements in accordance with international standards have also been taken into account.
The project is carried out in a befitting manner similar to the parks and gardens with special features established by the emirate of Dubai, which is equal to the best parks in the world with the provision of many facilities and services.
Cleanliness, attention to animals and health standards will be taken care of by veterinary doctors, who will be stationed inside the park, in addition to carrying out constant cleaning by workers.