The Park is situated on 5 acres of farmland surrounded by neighboring farms. It hosts a bird pond and large playground for children. Kids Park is the first unique park in Abu-Dhabi that allows children to inter-act with many species of farm and wild animals. The park is a new and exciting concept where you’re able to experience touching and feeding a variety of animals. Should you need anything or want to inquire about any of the park’s features, our staff will be more than glad to assist and help you at any time.
You can find the following animals at the park: Camels, Horses, Donkeys, Ostrich, Sheep, Lama, Goats, Ibex, Oryx, Deer, Tortoise, Guinea Fowl, Peacock, Kangaroo, and Rabbits. Guinea Pigs, Iguana Turkey, Squirrel, Pigeons, Civet Cat, Raccoon, Meerkat, Ferret, Bush Baby, Hamsters, Squirrels, 12 Aquariums of fresh water fish and a wide variety of exotic birds.
The life expectancy of a healthy camel ranges from 40 to 50 years. There are 2 species of camels, the Arabian camel (Dromedary) has a single hump and inhabits the Arabian Peninsula and the two-hump camel (Bactrian), which is found predominantly in Western, Central and Eastern Asia.
There are 3 types of Oryx, the Arabian Oryx, which inhabits the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula and Qatar in particular, the Scimitar Oryx of North Africa is now almost extinct in the wild and the East African Oryx, while the closely related Gemsbok inhabits Southern Africa. The South American Iguana female lays 3 to 4 eggs every 3 to 4 months and takes around 24 days to hatch and produce its young. The park has a pair of male and female Iguanas funnily named Jurassic & Park.
Civets are small bodied, mostly arboreal mammals native to the tropics of Africa and Asia. Exotic Dung Coffee known as Kopi Luwak in Vietnam and Kape Alamid in the Philippines, is coffee that is prepared using coffee cherries that have been eaten and partially digested by the Asian Palm Civet then harvested from its faeces. In Kids Park you can find the African Civet.
The Australian Emu is the second largest existing bird in the world after the Ratite, a relative of the Ostrich. Mating normally occurs in the cooler months of the year. The female can lay up to 20 large hard-shelled eggs that are dark green in colour.
Also known as common Raccoon are found in North America and Europe, as a result of escapes and deliberate introduction in the mid 20th century. There diet consists of fish, fruit and nuts for storing up energy during the harsh and cold winter season.The Peacock is a gracious and highly flamboyant bird found mainly in India. They also belong to the Peafowl family. Their diet consists of ticks, ant’s locusts, mice, various plants, flower petals, scorpions and other arthropods.
The lovebird is a commonly used name for the Genus. They are social and affectionate small parrots. Eight species of the Genus are native to the African continent, while the Madagascar Lovebird is native to Madagascar only. At Kids Park you will can the masked Lovebird of Africa. Lovebirds are strict vegetarians their diet mainly consists of vegetables, seeds and fruit.
The Tortoise or land turtles as they are commonly known are land dwelling reptiles of the family of Testudinidae. Turtles are some of the oldest animals to have inhabited the earth millions of years ago. Like their marine cousins, the sea turtles are shielded and protected from predators by a hard shell. There diet consists of grass, weeds, leafy greens, flowers and some fruits. Their lifespan are comparable to human and some are known to live for more than 150 years, outliving any human on the planet.
The Ostrich is a large flightless bird native to Africa. It has the ability to run at speeds of up to 74km/h, the fastest land speed of any bird. The ostrich is the largest living specie of birds and lays the largest egg of any other bird. It also has the longest neck.
Animal Fun Facts
Did you know the female Leopard Tortoise can lay 5-30 eggs and will take between 60-120 days to hatch.
Did you know the lizards are reptiles and shed their tails to escape predators?
There are only three animals with blue tongues: the black bear, the Chow dog and the blue-tongued lizard.
Camels have three eyelids.
Flying squirrels don’t really fly; they glide from branch to branch. A blanket-like furry skin stretches their front and hind legs and facts as a parachute, enabling the squirrel to soar like a kite.
A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds.
No two zebras have the same striped pattern.
A beaver can hold its breath for 45 minutes.
Toucans are found only in tropical areas of Central and South America. Some Toucan species have bills more thank half as long as their bodies.
Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.
The longest recorded life span of a tapeworm was 35 years!
Roadrunners are large (about two feet long) crested birds that prefer to run rather that fly, and they can sprint at 15 miles per hour.
A male Anglerfish attaches itself to a female and never lets go.
Plan Your Birthday
If you’re planning to hold a birthday bash for any of your kids and their friends ar kids Park, call us at lease a week in advance and we can prepare an exciting fun party your kids will never forget.
We offer face painting, Clowing and Magician for any parties or child groups at reasonable prices. Group Parties must not be less than 20.
Venue of party is in a closed air condition hall.