You can now feed crocodiles at Emirates Park Zoo

You'll want to snap up this offer

You can now feed crocodiles at Emirates Park Zoo

Emirates Park Zoo & Resort has launched a jaw-dropping new animal experience – and you’ll want to snap it up as soon as possible.

Each weekend, you can get up close and personal with the crocodiles and even feed them their dinner.

Don’t worry, though, as you’ll be in an elevated enclosed private area to make sure you’re 100 percent safe.

It’s an incredible chance to marvel at the beauty of these enigmatic creatures.

During the feeding time, zoo keepers will answer questions and share information about the magnificent Nile creatures’ habitats, natural behaviors and the dangers they face in the wildlife.

And if you’re brave enough, you can even hold a baby croc yourself.

How’s that for a new Facebook profile photo?

Naima Mahmoudi, marketing manager of Emirates Park Zoo, said: “We are inviting all reptile lovers to visit the zoo and experience an adrenaline-fueled encounter with the great river species.

“Emirates Park Zoo & Resort is not only about viewing and visiting the animals, but to also interact, pet and feed the beautiful wildlife creatures with the assistance of our enthusiastic animal care specialists.

“We want to create a space for animals and our guests to enjoy in comfortably to learn and fully appreciate our environment.”

The program is scheduled every Friday and Saturday from 5pm onwards and can accommodate four guests at a time.

Tickets are priced at Dhs75 per person.

For more information, visit, e-mail or call +971 2501 0000.

Dhs75. Fri-Sat 5pm-8pm. Emirates Park Zoo and Resort, 12th Street (02 501 0000).

While you're here, why not check out our vlog below where we have breakfast with the birds at Emirates Park Zoo.

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