Enjoy Iftar Meals In Abu Dhabi Surrounded By Giraffes And Lions

by Deeplata Garde
Enjoy Iftar Meals In Abu Dhabi Surrounded By Giraffes And Lions

The holy month of Ramadan began on April 2nd, and millions of people around the world are fasting. From iftar preps to Eid preps, everything is on in full swing. And while we are super excited for the holy month. The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) has unveiled a variety of delicious iftar and suhoor services and experiences. Now you can break your fast surrounded by giraffes and lions.

Al-Ain And Emirates Park Zoo Celebrate Ramadan Festivities

Ever thought of dining with wild animals? Al-Ain Zoo and Emirates Park offer a magical experience. The trip includes an Al Ain safari sunset tour, whetting your appetite for an exceptional eating set menu experience on the lions’ edge, which runs daily from 5:30-8 pm. This opulently wild trip is suitable for parties of 4 to 12 people, aged 12 and above.

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Similarly, Emirates Zoo has a package awaiting you. Iftar evening encircled with giraffes. Along with breaking your fast, you can also feed those animals with your hands if you please. This is a call to invite your 5 closed ones and head to this spot. The deal provides your fulfilments of 2 hours starting from 6:30 pm. The novel iftar packages are inclusive of the entrance with an African drumming experience accompanied by an environmental guide.

Plethora Of Options To Enjoy Iftar Meals

Most hotels, restaurants, and tourist sites in the emirate have unique Ramadan food offers throughout the month of Ramadan. But we’ve collected a selection of the most intriguing and remarkable experiences for tourists and locals. This Ramadan, visitors and locals in Abu Dhabi may partake in a variety of unique experiences. This includes eating with lions, suhoor on the serene Saadiyat beach, and camping beneath the stars.

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