Chiang Mai Night Safari will open its gates to visitors free of charge July 1-15, but only 300 visitors at a time will be admitted.
Reservations also are required for trips to the popular tourist attraction.
Prime Minister’s Office Minister Tewan Liptapallop inspected the safari Saturday as the nocturnal zoo prepared to reopen.
After July 15 the night safari will halve offer 50 percent off its normal admission fees of 200 baht.
Tourists must register in advance. The zoo will receive visitors in three rounds a day and the number of visitors will be limited at 300 per round.
Visitors will be subject to “new normal” disease-control measures to prevent any outbreak of Covid-19. All visitors will be required to wear face masks, observe social distancing and refrain from feeding animals.