Engineer Hussein Nasser Luta, general manager of the municipality, said that this ambitious project will be a landmark for the entire tourism sector of Dubai and the research sector, as it will allow all zoological students and guests of the emirate to study the life of crocodiles from A to Z.
According to the municipality, the main goal of the project is to create a unique tourism destination that combines outdoor recreation and adventure. The area of the park will be 20 thousand square meters. meters. He will also emphasize the emirate’s image as a center for wildlife conservation and the promotion of scientific research. The reserve will be located in the northeast of Dubai, 10 km from Dubai International Airport. The department expects that the flow of visitors will be estimated annually by millions of people.