The Ramat Gan Safari Ramat Gan

In the heart of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan (Gush Dan), in the city of Ramat Gan, is found a fascinating African Savanna - The Safari, or in its official name, The Zoological Center Tel Aviv - Ramat Gan. Here, in an area of about a 1,000 dunams there is the largest collection of animals in the Middle East. These animals roam in the open area in habitats that simulate their natural ones and the visitors are invited to drive next to them in their private cars- just like in an African Safari. About 1,600 animals from all around the world live in the Ramat Gan Safari, among which are 68 species of mammals, 130 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles. Around the Safari’s charming lake one can enjoy observing the animals that come to quench their thirst, such as deer, rhinoceroses, ostriches and hippopotamuses that come here to cool off and many water birds. Other animals, such as predators, monkeys and giraffes can be seen in the zoo that is inside the Safari. Those who are looking for special animals can book one of the guided tours that are offered at the Safari, such as the morning Safari for those who wake up early, a night Safari which follows the animals in the dark hours, a midnight Safari where you can learn a little about the animals’ love life, and more.
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Opening hours of the Ramat Gan Safari:
The opening hours of the Ramat Gan Safari change from month to month. It is recommended to find out the current opening hours before arriving for a visit.
The Ramat Gan Safari Phone: +(972) 3-6305305
Address: 1 HaTsvi Avenue St. ,Ramat Gan
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