Zoological Center

Zoological Center, Ramat Gan: Address, Phone Number, Zoological Center Reviews: 4.5/5

Zoological Center
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Sofi NS
Athens, Greece11,946 contributions
Can spend half a day
Jan 2019
The Zoological garden is part of the main Ramat Gan complex comprising a Zoo and a free animal area called Safari. Most visitors come with their own cars which is advisable as far as I have seen. If you come without a car you go to the ticket booth (jumping in front of the cars waiting in line) and purchase an additional seat on the safari van (some 16 seat van). The price for non citizens for 4 persons is 320 NIS (some 86 USD) for entrance and van spots.
The van drives through the safari area and then reaches the Zoo entrance where you step out and walk through the Zoo area. When you finish your tour you can step back into the van to take you to the main entrance again. There are toilets (relatively OK) a food kiosk, gift shop and info booth in the entrance. There are more toilets inside but usually smaller and could have a waiting queue so is advisable to go prior to your entrance. The most impressive part was the giraffes, four of them being fed while we were there, the Elephants (African & Asian) and the Apes (Chimps, Gorillas, Macaques etc). We did not see the reptiles but the rest of the exhibits where pretty interesting. A minimum of 2 hours is required but you could spend as much as 4 in relaxed pace. There are more food kiosks inside. You can also rent an electric golf car if you don't feel like walking. Overall the Zoo was the best part since the safari does not always offer the best view to the animals.
The Zoo is accessible
Written January 5, 2019
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TroppSports
Kiryat Ono, Israel21 contributions
One of a kind zoological center
Oct 2017 • Family
Unique zoological center for self-driving thru wild life, and a regular zoo with many species. The elephant Yossi (was born some when around 1975) is the biggest elephant ever seen in the world. There are tutorial activities for everyone and an option for a summer school.
Written February 5, 2018
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