The Safari in Ramat-Gan is a unique reservation at which animals of all kinds roam free of cages. It is also called the “Zoological Center Tel Aviv – Ramat Gan”, treating animals from overseas countries for ailments and for preservation.
The word ‘Safari” means ‘journey’. Visitors enjoy the animals while they wander freely in large herds and watch the typical behavior of the animals: their feeding habits, the social behavior of the great herds, activities, and resting patterns.
The Safari holds the largest animal collection in the Middle East and is unique in the world because of the large herds of mixed species of African animals that roam the spacious African Park.
The Safari is a member of international zoological organizations and cooperates in research and knowledge- transfer between zoos and nature preservation organizations worldwide.
The Safari’s educational purpose is to promote, teach, nurture and guide people of all ages, as to nature’s life and right of living.
The Safari holds various programs, tours and training sessions –for all age groups- in order to practice its belief.
How to Reach?
The best way to reach the Safari is to drive through the “Ayalon Pathway” from North to South and take the “Aluf- Sade” junction to the city of Ramat-Gan.