- 1 Sderat Hatsvi St, Ramat Gan
- Greater Tel Aviv
- Sun - Sat: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm (or 6:00 pm, depending on the time of year) Fri and holiday eves: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Adults - 64 ILS, soldier, policeman, student, disabled citizen "veteran" or a resident of Ramat Gan/Tel Aviv - 56 ILS
The Ramat Gan Safari Park is best summed up as “Africa in the heart of Israel.” Unlike a traditional zoo, the Safari Park offers a more authentic experience.
Animals wander freely around the 250 acre nature reserve. Visitors will experience the sites and sounds of the African savannah and witness the majesty of the animals who inhabit it.
The Ramat Gan Safari Park has the largest animal collection in the Middle East. The Safari is a participant in 25 international programs dedicated to the conservation of endangered species. It is reknowned for its breeding program, which includes several species of Asian and African elephants, apes, chimpanzees, hippos and lions. Visitors to the park will enjoy this educational experience, as they watch the variety of herds roam the grounds.
Photo: Tibor Jager