Dubai Safari has inaugurated its Children’s Spring Camp programme, offering a fun yet educational learning experience for children aged 8-13.
The first edition of the Spring Camp programme officially kicked off on March 25 and will run until March 29, with a second date scheduled for April 1-5. Participants will engage in a number of exciting activities lined up by the wildlife park.
The week begins at the Safari Village, where the group is informed of the park’s safety guidelines and learns how to pitch a tent, followed by a tour of the park. During the week, kids will enjoy arts and crafts sessions, wildlife documentary screenings and informative presentations, including a visit from a professional veterinarian. In addition, there will be a day dedicated to celebrating the Year of Zayed, featuring a talk on Sheikh Zayed’s important role in UAE heritage and a tour of the park’s Arabian Village.
On the final day, the group will be presented with certificates and giveaways, gathering for a buffet lunch before joining their families for a final tour of the park.
Director of leisure facilities, Dubai Municipality, Khalid Al Suwaidi spoke of the launch: “At Dubai Safari, we pride ourselves on offering a world-class edutainment destination for visitors of all ages. The Children’s Spring Camp gives our younger guests the opportunity to learn more about the animal kingdom while enjoying an array of fun-filled activities.
“Our programme has been designed to educate and inspire, and parents will also be delighted to see their children spend an enjoyable few days in a safe and enlightening environment. Children are fascinated by animals, and by teaching them more about their lives and habitats we aim to encourage a life-long passion, instilling the importance of wildlife conservation in future generations,” he concluded.