Looking to try an iftar that’s a little bit different this year?
Well we think we’ve found just the place.
Guests can enjoy an iftar featuring traditional Yemani dishes at the zoo’s Qasr Al Turath restaurant, and also try international dishes at The Hide.
Rahaf Aljabr, corporate sales manager of Emirates Park Zoo, said: “The month of Ramadan is a very special time of the year, and we are looking forward to welcoming our guests to enjoy and revel in unparalleled adventures with the wildlife”.
With 1,400 animals to see and two iftar options to choose from, we can’t be the only ones who are already planning our visit.
Dhs35 (adults), Dhs30 (kids from three to 16), free (kids under three). Daily, 4pm-10pm. Emirates Park Zoo, Al Bahyah, www.emiratesparkzooandresort.com.