Zoological Center in Tel Aviv.
100 hectares of wildlife and wildlife within the most urbanized area of the country.
Here animals move freely around the Safari in large herds in the recreated habitat of the African savannah, and you, as if traveling through Africa. Here you can observe the behavior of wild and rare animals in nature: how they feed, communicate, breed, lead an active lifestyle and relax.
1,600 animals from around the world are represented here, including 68 species of mammals, 130 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles.
Safari is a reserve for the conservation and breeding of endangered species of animals, a partner in scientific and rehabilitation projects related to the return of animals to their natural habitat.
The best time for a photo session of the inhabitants of the safari is the winter period. Animals are more active, do not fade and do not hide from the sun.
Traffic is permitted only on special hiking trails and roads in a closed vehicle. It is sometimes not safe to leave the vehicle, as the safari territory is the personal space of animals and this is their home.
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