Arabian Wild life Park in Abu Dhabi
Att. Sir Bani Yas Island Management Office
PO Box 126888, Abu Dhabi, UAE
As a working wildlife reserve, we aim to protect the delicate island environment and our animals. Therefore, all transport on the island is restricted to island vehicles. Our staff are passionate about the delicate ecosystem and its animals, and continue to help preserve it through environmentally responsible driving.
We have a secure car park for you to leave your car at Jabel Dhanna before boarding the boat to Sir Bani Yas Island, while all your transport requirements are taken care of once you arrive on the island. We have a fleet of buses and Nature & Wildlife Drive vehicles, which will transport you around the island in comfort.
Things to see:
Animals in wild life:
Procavia capensis jayakari
Acynonyx jubatus soemmeringii
Ovis orientalis laristanica
Giraffa camelopardalis reticulate
The creation of the Arabian Wildlife Park is the result of years of conservation and re-vegetation work that continues to this day.
Taking up approximately half of Sir Bani Yas Island, the 4,200 hectare park is surrounded by a 32km fence, and is home to several thousand free-roaming animals that are indigenous to the Arabian Peninsula. These animals include the endangered Arabian Oryx, Sand Gazelle, Arabian (Mountain) Gazelle, as well as predators and scavengers such as the cheetah and hyena.