Visitors of all ages will enjoy these events from
Guests will be greeted with true Emirati hospitality, while hosts offer coffee, tea, dates and halwa, and traditional Emirati cuisine. Other family activities that visitors can enjoy during the holidays at the zoo will include performances of the traditional Emirati dance Harbeya, arts and crafts, henna, painting, the parrot show, and a marionette show which will take place three times a day during Eid.
Commenting on the Eid festivities,
A number of activities have been added this year, where guests are provided with the opportunity to discover the zoo's diverse species, which include informative discussions on the hippopotamus, live crocodile feedings, and learning more about the conservation programmes for the zoo's lions, tigers, and primates. Children will also have chance to feed the birds.
Of special note is the chance to see the zoo's new arrivals, from
Commenting on the initiative Rashed said, "This prize marks the start of a great relationship with Etihad. With our animals coming from all over the world, it is a very fitting prize. We hope people use a walk around the zoo to help work out where they would wish to fly if they won"
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