Al Areen Wildlife Reservation

Extinction is not a thing of the past. Habitat loss, competition for food, pollution and mammal predation are all still playing a big role in the animal kingdom all around the world.

The Kingdom of Bahrain was perhaps the first Arab country to realize the rapid decline of many native wild animal populations in the region and the urgent need to implement safety measures that could ensure their survival. The establishment of AlAreen Wildlife Park and Reserve was as a response by the Kingdom of Bahrain to the conservation of wildlife in the Middle East. It was hoped that the establishment of such a reserve, would promote similar projects in other countries in the region.

3 reviews

  1. Wonderful place . Amazing animals. entry ticket is 2BD. Beautiful scenery inside , with animals and architectures. Cart ride available at an additional cost, can ride though inside to see other animals, they guide us through several places , which is difficult to walk through.

  2. Do you want to see animals you almost never seen before???? Well come on in and take a look, ur kids will love them

  3. One of my favorite places on the island. I have to mention for those who haven’t been for a long time that a lot has changed. Animals have bigger and better spaces. They’ve introduced some plants that can survive the weather. There are lots of open areas where u can enjoy being surrounded by the various types of birds from a close range. A lot of nice and shaded areas to walk including a coffee shop that overlooks the bigger water feature in the reserve. Defiantly worth visiting.

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