Al Areen Wildlife Park and Reserve said it has received 323,286 visitors in 2017 compared with 293,075 visitors in 2015.
The national park has attracted increasingly-growing numbers of tourists to its Bahraini-Japanese Friendship Garden, Wild Animals Zoo, Birdcage, Bird Oasis, Desert Garden, Bahrain Flora Garden, the new water fountain, outdoor barbeque and picnicking areas.
The Visitors Centre includes lush green spaces, gardens, animals and birds, entertainment, recreational and educational facilities as well as assorted daily falcon, stork, parrot shows.
The last quarter is the best time of the year to visit Al Areen Wildlife Park and Reserve as the climate improves. The park has experienced continuous modernization and has excellent reputation among denizens and visitors.