Ramat Gan is a city in the suburbs of Tel Aviv with an area of more than 12 km². It is a city in the Tel Aviv District of Israel, located east of the Tel Aviv Municipality and part of the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area. It is home to one of the world’s leading diamond exchanges and many high-tech industries.
Ramat Gan is also the place of the Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum, the Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art, and the Ramat Gan Stadium, the Israeli national stadium that regularly hosts international soccer matches, sports competitions, and concerts.
It is a bustling economic hub but also has the Ramat Gan National Park and the large adjacent “Safari”.
The Safari offers visitors the opportunity to board a car and explore the vast grounds of the park while lions, rhinos, ostriches and other animals roam freely all around you. The Safari is the most unique in the world as it welcomes large herds of mixed species of African animals. It is also here that we find the largest number of animals in the Middle East that live freely in environments which look like their natural habitat. The Center has 1,600 animals from around the world, including 68 species of mammals, 130 species of poultry and 25 species of reptiles, all on an expanse of more than 100 hectares in the heart of an urban metropolis. If you don’t know it yet, it’s time for you to take this adventure!