Africa has a menagerie of unique wild life that captures the imagination and is as timeless as the pyramids. Near downtown Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, the Zoo at Giza has brought together these notable animals so tourists and visitors do not have to trek through the Serengeti or travel into the dense jungles of the Congo to get a glimpse of the varied species that call this continent home.
There are five areas to the zoo and features along the walk ways, statures of extinct animals, streams, and gardens. Visitors can see lions, gazelles, tigers, and monkeys. It is also home to several species that are gone in the wild. Several research agencies use this zoo has a place to study animal behavior with hopes of gaining a greater knowledge. There are also organizations here dedicated to restoring habitat and reintroducing certain species back into the wild. The Zoo at Giza is a great place to learn about the animals in this world while glimpsing the rarest of them without the dangers of being out in the wild.
Address: Charles De Gaulle, Oula, Giza, 12612, Egypt
Phone: +20 2 35708895
Open hours: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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