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Where Is Bali?
According to World Atlas, Bali takes up about 2,174 square miles of land in the series of islands that make up the country of Indonesia. The island, which is along the southern tip of Asia, borders the Indian Ocean, several seas and the Bali Strait, which separates it from the island of Java. Its latitude and longitude coordinates are 08° 39′ S, 115° 13′ E, reports World Atlas. It’s only eight degrees south of the equator, making it relatively warm year-round.
Bali’s geography is heavily made up of volcanoes and mountains, including Mount Agung, which is around 10,000 feet tall, reports World Atlas. The volcano’s known eruptions happened in 1843, 1963 to 1964 and 2017, according to the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of Natural History. The eruption of 1963 is often considered one of the largest in Indonesia’s history, and it killed up to 1,500 people. The volcanoes combined with the rainfall that occurs in Bali make the island a hot spot for agricultural products like coffee and rice. Bali has a combination of white sand and black sand beaches, and coral reefs surround the island, according to World Atlas.
Between 1597 and 1906, the Dutch annexed parts of Bali until they were able to take over the entire island. By World War II, the Japanese occupied the island, and in 1950, Indonesian revolutionary forces seized control of the island and made it a part of the Republic of Indonesia, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. Before the Dutch took over, Bali served as a retreat for Hindu people who wanted to escape the mostly Muslim island of Java. Today, the religion is still important to the island’s native people.
Bali experiences tropical weather throughout the year, with highs ranging from 70 to 93 degrees, according to World Atlas. The island’s rainy season takes place between December and March, though rains begin to ramp up in November. April through September is considered the dry season. While Bali can be humid, humidity is lower in April, May and June as well as in September and October. One reason many people may love to travel here is that it’s mostly pleasant, weather-wise.
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Bali Safari park review after 2023
During the pandemic of 2020, there was a huge promo to visit the Bali Safari park. Don’t confuse this one with the Bali Zoo, that’s a totally different zoo. In October 2022, I visited again as a family trip, and it was a very different experience for both the audience and the staff.
The park is located in the east of Bali. Nearby you have the chance to eat the biggest burger of Bali . It takes about 1 to 1.5 hours to get to Bali Safari Park from Seminyak or south.
The opening times for Bali Safari Park are different depending on what ticket you buy. The most common and popular one is during the day, these opening times are from 9 am to 5 pm. If you go for the night safari, then the opening time is from 6 pm to 10 pm, and some parts will close earlier, like the night safari walk. For more information about ticket pricing and opening times (which can vary) do check at this webpage of Bali Safari Marine Park . At the time of writing the prices start from 640k IDR and up, which is 40 USD and up depending what ticket you want. You can even pay 77.50 AUD per person as per comment. It can be a costly venture, make sure to read the website
You can reach the park by scooter, car or van. If you have a reservation for Bali Safari park you could mention it here. You will get some directions on where to park (depending on your vehicle type) and you could walk from there to the ticket booth. If you have only made reservations and or don’t have your ticket yet you would need to collect them here.
You will get some wristbands here. You don’t need to put it on yourself, it can make the scanning of your bar/QR code difficult. Just scan the code first, this happens further at the small gate. Then there will be staff for you to put it on. After this, you would need to wait for the bus. It’s a few minutes’ ride to the actual park.
You will also be checked for any foods and drinks. It is not allowed to bring inside the park. I was with my daughter 3 years old. I had some things for her, the milk she’d like and her own brand snacks specially for kids. This wasn’t an issue for me at the time. We were with 3, and it was visible we only had something for our little one. No issue because of this.
Aquariums and Bali Marine park
Your start begins with the part filled with the aquarium. It’s a bit nice and cool here in terms of temperature. Other than that there is a lot to see. The marine park itself is still “coming soon”, this happened also on my last visit about 3 years ago.
The piranha’s feeding starts from 10 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 4 pm. So if you are a bit early and want to see it. It will cost 70k IDR (US $4.50) per 2 baits. Here is a short YouTube clip of how it will look like.
As soon as we saw the sign of coming soon, we went back to the main road, structure, to follow the itinerary. Do check the schedule and timetable .
- Animal Show
Big Cat Show
- Elephant Show
- Bali Agung Show
- Safari Journey
- Free roaming the park
- (Feeding) at Petting Zoo
- Uma restaurant
During the whole trip I advice to have some bottle of water with you. You can buy this all over the park. It can be hot make sure to hydrate all the time.
The Animal Show
This show starts 2x a day. From 10.30 am to 11 am and from 16:00 – 16:30 at Hanuman Stage.
The animal show is very educational and fun for all ages. They include all kinds of animals from small rodents, to two orangutans. You will learn all kinds of things during this show. The fun thing is, that post-pandemic, the animals and presenters do interact more with the audience, and you might have an opportunity to volunteer and help out during the show. After the show, 10 people will be picked out to make pictures on stage with the animes. If you are picked out, take your loved ones with you, so they can enjoy this moment with you. Yes, this is allowed 🙂
Warning : If you have a phobia of snakes, do not sit at the first 3 rows of the audience, rather sit more at the back. This is because there will be someone with a large albino python walking around the first 2 rows.
In the Big Cat Show, you will see a bit of the history of the tiger and why they are endangered. The tigers will demonstrate also their ability to climb a tree, swim, and other skills they possess. During this show, there is no interactivity with the audience.
We missed the elephant show and the Bali Agung show, to roam the park free, whilst everyone was at the show we enjoyed a calm park and premium seats for our safari.
Free roaming in the park
Free roaming is the best when you are with little ones. Children want to roam around free and run from here to there. There are enough animals to see and experience. At the bird area, you can even see some parrots roaming free. So missing out on the scheduled events and shows sometimes isn’t that bad. The petting zoo is a lot of fun for the small little ones, do spend some time if you are with kids.
The Siberian tiger or white tiger has its feeding scheduled at 2:30 pm. Before that, you can see the tiger pacing around waiting for food. Almost a bit aggressive running towards the window waiting for something to eat. Interesting to see while you are safe, you can see the tiger’s teeth and impatience for food around this time.
The Safari is the highlight of the park itself. You will take a drive through all kinds of areas with different animals. Each their own territory. It was amazing to see the Hippos eat. They are mostly in the water but we were lucky to see this. Behind the Rhino (tap/click to enlarge pictures and zoom) you can actually see the accommodation of the park. So you can take a hotel there and enjoy the park.
The Safari tour is an amazing and educational experience. Sit back and enjoy!
Uma restaurant is not the one with the Lions! Last time we went to that restaurant there. It’s a nice and spacious restaurant with a playground for little children. Uma Restaurant is like a food court, you will get a separate bill for almost every order. We’ve received 3 bills. The Nasi Campur is a clean nice and spicy meal. The Pizza rendang, was very hard and tough to eat. it gave our jaws some aches. It was hard to chew. This is because of the dough. The salad was nice and refreshing, it came with balsamic vinegar for a bit of an acidic taste. yummy!
Verdict Bali Safari park
There is a huge improvement compared to when we visited Bali Safari Park during the pandemic . It’s an excellent place to visit for a day. I am not sure about staying there in a hotel. Might be very convenient for the evening visit and feeding the predators. The Safari Park comes with a hefty price ticket, but you can see and do a lot there. So I would say it’s worth it for a family outing, a date, or even for animal lovers to see the tropical animals of this park. I have included some pictures but there is so much more to see at Bali Safari Park.
I hope you liked this review and that you feel convinced in going! It’s a unique experience, especially the safari! You will come out enriched with newly found knowledge
If you’re planning to do more in one day, also check out Tirta Gangga , because that’s about 1.5 hours drive from there
Hi I am Dwi. I am a blogger, travel agent and a mom of a lovely daughter and wife to a supportive husband. I customize and plan tours in Bali and islands nearby for a living and have been doing this for more than 14 years. Get in touch via contact [at] taletravels.com
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We first went to the Bali Safari & Marine Park in 2013 and we loved it. We went yesterday and what a total different experience. I would like to say it was nice but it was an absolute rip you off experience from start to finish. We paid at the entrance a bit over $310.00AU ($77.50AU each) for four of us, while the locals basically pay nothing…. Worst part at the entrance was our driver did not take a white piece of paper at the entrance gate and we could not enter with out it…anyhow a good 20minutes later they just scanned another driver’s ticket and we could enter. The toilets were putrid and looked liked they had not been cleaned in months and did not have toilet paper (strongly recommend BYO toilet paper in case!). The displays in parts were missing animal exhibits and the shows were so loud I reckon I have suffered hearing loss. The small roller coaster (not that we went for that) used to be free for kids…not now at least for tourists as we were asked to pay 30k Rp while the locals went on for free. All in all it is so obvious the zoo will extract as much money from a tourist as it can. We have been to many many zoos all over the world and I recommend saving you money for another activity or a trip if you are from AU to a zoo like Dubbo. This zoo is clearly charging entrance prices (for tourists) in excess of quite a few around the world and I just did not see the value or get a positive experience from start to finish for the price for an average family.
Hi Martin, thank you for sharing your experience!
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Thank you Elly!
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A Family Day Out at Bali Safari and Marine Park: A Review 32
One of the great things I have been enjoying about staying at the Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites is how social all the guests are and how everyone offer’s each other advice as to what to see and do.
Prior to leaving Perth when I was doing my research for our family holiday to Bali I had decided I wanted to visit the Bali Safari and Marine Park . But whilst at the resort I heard many fellow guests comment, “ it’s a rather pricey day out .”
So would we feel the same about the Bali Safari and Marine Park?
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On the Bali Safari and Marine Park website there are quite a few options for rates and packages which can be purchased direct. However I choose to book the Jungle Hopper Pass through our resort saving us 270 000IR. Our pass for 2 adults and 1 child cost 1 910 000IR ($191AUD).
Our pass includes:
- Return Transport
- 1 Safari Journey (each)
- Freshwater Aquarium
- Animal Show
- Elephant Show
- Bali Agung Show (Balinese dancing)
- 1 Fun Zone (each)
My Bali Safari and Marine Park Review
At 9am the following day we are collected from Sanur Paradise Plaza Suites for the 30 minute ride by shuttle.
I was told by our hotel staff on arrival to the Safari Park to go to the express lane to collect our tickets. The express lane is a bit of a joke as people who have not pre-purchased tickets are pushing in to be served and no one seems to police the situation.
Finally with tickets in hand or more precisely wrapped as a bracelet around our wrists, we head to the bag check to enter the park. Here staff are confiscating all food and drinks including water – which I feel is a bit cheeky considering the cost to get in the park and it is a bit of a health issue considering how hot it is in Bali.
Then the final stage to reach the Safari Park proper is to board another shuttle bus from the entrance to the Park Terminal. I take a copy of the program timetable to ensure we don’t miss any of the shows.
We enter the lobby there is a Gloria Jeans coffee shop, souvenir shop and the aquarium to the left. We head to the aquarium to gaze at the brightly coloured array of fish.
A crowd gathers at the Piranha tank. Unfortunately I cannot get close enough for a picture. At 10:30 the Piranha fish are fed a chicken. It is a frenzy as the Piranha’s demolish the entire chicken – bones and all.
Then we amble along the paved jungle path. We are enchanted to see 3 brightly coloured Macaw parrots sitting on perches uncaged – I can’t believe they don’t fly away.
To the side there is a place to have your photo taken with an orang-utan (part of the Rhino package only).
Animal Education Show at Bali Safari and Marine Park
So we continue toward the stage in time for the Animal Education Show . We perch on a shaded section of the rickety wooden tiered seats under fake trees that unfortunately block a bit of the view and wait for the show to start. This show focuses on educating us about how we humans have domesticated wildlife to become our pets. Starting with birds and moving onto rats, guinea pigs, cats, dogs and then more exotic animals. Towards the end of the show the focus is on how jungles are being destroyed and animals such as the orang-utan are loosing their homes.
The education is one of the things I do like about this park, even though a few of the animals have obviously been trained for performances – it is primarily educating us, the public, how the human race has endangered so many species of animals and what we can now do to help with animal rehabilitation.
This message is reinforced at the next show – The Elephant Show .
But before we reach there we all stop to watch the elephant bathing. There is only a small viewing area and it is very clever that the elephants have been trained to spray water on the crowd hogging the front to ensure we all get a chance to have a look.
Each show is timed perfectly for the crowds to make their way at a leisurely pace from one show to the next without having to wait too long but allowing a chance to check out a couple of exhibits along the way.
We see the white tiger
and komodo as we walk towards the Elephant stage.
We opt not to have our photo taken with the poor drugged lion (seriously can you explain why it doesn’t attack if it’s not drugged?)
The Elephant Show at Bali Safari and Marine Park
The Elephant Show is about how humans went into the jungles logging and the fight that erupted between the elephants and the humans resulting in elephants being shot before a more harmonious way of life evolved for both.
Next on our education journey we learn about Poo Paper. This is paper made from recycling elephant poo. The paper is quite a thick paper and is used for craft.
After our education we head for the Safari Journey .
The Safari Journey at Bali Safari and Marine Park
We are fortunate with our timing and there is no queue and board the 4WD bus straight away.
PS. This was taken just as we returned from our safari.
The tour takes us through the jungle to native animals from Indonesia, India and Africa, doing it’s best to try to simulate a proper safari trip in the wild.
It was so nice to see the animals not locked up in cages or confined to small enclosures, but wondering about a much larger plain.
You can see more of the expedition into the wild on a Bali safari journey HERE .
Eating at Bali Safari and Marine Park
After a morning of non-stop shows and adventures we are hungry. We head to the Uma Restaurant , though there are other options available including the upmarket Tsavo Lion Restaurant and small stalls to buy snacks.
I have to say I was really impressed with how this eatery works. The restaurant is actually a bit like a food court, with a buffet option at the far end (I am sure part of the larger package options). We are given a card on entering, as we order food from the stalls our items are written down and we are told when to return to collect our meals.
Steve and I each have a very nice chicken satay, and Lewis the ever adventurous eater (not) had French Fries. We also order mocktails from the bar.
Whilst Steve and I finish off our meal and relax Lewis heads to the small kids play area.
At the end of our meal we exit via the checkout and pay according to the items listed on the card. Lunch was a very reasonable 212 000IR ($21AUD) for us all.
With only an hour left before our shuttle pick-up we head to the Water Park .
The Water Park at Bali Safari and Marine Park
Such a fun way to cool off at the end of the day: slipping down slides and getting drenched by the tipping bucket.
Though be a little careful on the big green water slides as you come to a sudden stop in a pool that is a little bit too shallow.
We decide to take the 3pm shuttle pick-up and as a result we run out of time to visit the Fun Zone – a selection of amusement style rides. We could stay until the 5:30pm pick-up but feel another 2 and half hours would be way too long, a bit of shame that there isn’t a 4pm slot – that would have been perfect to end our great day.
So did we think Bali Safari and Marine Park was pricey?
Well if I had purchased the more expensive Rhino Package – most definitely! The Rhino Package offers unlimited times on the safari journey and in the fun zone – but there just isn’t time in the day to do everything more than once (even if we’d stayed until 5:30pm). The Rhino Package also includes lunch and photos with animals. However we found the Uma Restaurant to be very affordable and tasty something those buffets (from experience) are usually not, and don’t get me started on photos with drugged up animals.
However we bought the Jungle Hopper Package , we came out thinking yeah a bit expensive – though this seems to be the standard price to do most tourism activities in Bali with which we had a full day’s entertainment. So overall it was a great day at reasonable price (for Bali).
Would you or your family enjoy a day out at Bali Safari and Marine Park? Tell me in the comments.
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32 thoughts on “ A Family Day Out at Bali Safari and Marine Park: A Review ”
What a fabulous day out … apart from the drugged up lion:( The water park looks like great fun for kids! #MondayEscapes
The water park was fun Lisa.
Did most people go from one show to the next? It sounded a bit conveyer belt like.
It only felt that way as we left the first show Vanessa, after that everybody moved onto different side attractions depending on their preference before converging on the next show.
Thats nice that the talks were educational and focused on protecting animals instead of trying to just make money off them. The bird show pic looks cool!
That’s what I like about it as well Dani
It looks interesting. It may be an option depending how many days you are staying and if you are traveling with kids. I have been to a similar concept in the Mexican Riviera. It is considered expensive but I had a great time and believe it was worth it.
The price seemed comparable to other activities offered in Bali Ruth, and I think enjoyable even without kids.
I didn’t realise there was such a place in Bali. I must say I’m impressed because a lot of the Asian Zoos or Wildlife Parks that I have visited have been a bit run down. I would definitely take my family here or maybe just go myself as I adore animals.
This place Kathy was anything but run down. Whilst entering was a bit of a shemozzle the rest of the place was very professional.
This is a really through run down of this park, I’ve never heard of it before. I’m sure my kids would have fun here Thanks for joining in #wednesdaywanderlust
It was generally a very professionally run establishment and your kids would love it Malinda.
This looks like an action packed day out, with lots to do for everyone. However the thought of drugged up animals makes me sad, and are they doing anything to further conservation and/or protection of the various species they house? Or just make money off them? At least they are doing a good job of educating the visitors, which is positive! Thanks for a balanced review 🙂
Rachel our guide on the Safari Journey mentioned they had a breeding program to help with populating the more endangered species. I suppose fortunately it appeared that the lion was only drugged animal.
Love your balanced review of the park. AUD191 does sound quite pricey to me. But I guess if I’m on vacation, I would just pay for it and visit. I always love safari adventures where we can see the animals right next to our vehicles.
Sadly Lin, Bali is becoming quite pricey. There are now world class restaurants – but at a pricey and quality tourism attractions which also come at a cost. So as a family you can only afford to do a couple.
I’ve not been back to Bali since my honeymoon in 2010, but it looks like a fab place to take children too. The safari looks amazing! I’m very jealous! #whatevertheweather
Bali is a fantastic family friendly destination Lisa, if you get the chance to return with kids take it!
What a great review! Thanks for the info. My kids would LOVE that water park. It would probably pip the animals for the most fun award. #teamIBOT
I think most kids would take a water park over any other attraction Emily.
It looks like a great and educational visit. I love that they had lots of discussions about humans affecting the animals habitats and lives and not just telling you about the animals themselves. The safari bus looks interesting, I’ve never seen a 4WD bus before! The water park also looks fantastic, but not so sure about the slides if the pool is shallow at the end. Definitely worth shopping around before buying tickets though. Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather 🙂 x
The water slides were all fine in the kiddy area Jenny it was just the 2 giant green slides in the other pool.
Wow. I had no idea that park existed in Bali. Its been a few years since we were there mind you but I’ll definitely be looking into this more when we go next. Looks like a great day out. Thanks for linking up xx
Your kids will love it Shannon!
At first I thought that sounded really expensive and was a bit annoyed that they confiscated food and water, but it does sound like they have a lot on offer. I too would refuse the picture with the drugged tiger (I agree, they must be drugged). It’s good that they have lots of educational things there too and I can’t get over how much there is to do. A great family day out. Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather 🙂 x
Yes I agree Chloe, when you put into perspective as to how much you get for your money it’s not bad value.
I think that’s pretty reasonable, but I would be frustrated having to buy food and drink as well. Any kind of animal park is reasonably expensive to visit. It’s s bit frustrating, but I guess I can understand.
We thought for all that was included it wasn’t too bad a price Jess.
I would love to take my kids here one day. I always thought of Bali as a honeymoon type destination and didn’t really look into the family friendly side of things. When we make our way out East (hopefully in the next few years) we are going to try to visit.
You will be surprised Cheryl with how many family friendly options there are in Bali. I have more posts coming from this trip so stay tuned.
Hi. Great write up! We will be in Bali next month and looking at going here. Do you suggest booking early as in online, or just paying at the gate?
Hi Myk, We pre-booked through our hotel. The price was a little cheaper – check if your hotel offers something similar. However, once we arrived we found that many people did not adhere to the priority queuing system for pre-purchased tickets. Overall the queues weren’t that big, just allow time to collect tickets and make your way through security – all very strict.
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Meet all our animals
We have hundreds of animals in our park from over 100 species, including some of the rarest and endangered.
Not only are we one of the leading wildlife conservations in Indonesia, we are devoted to caring for the animals in our own safari. We ensure the highest standards of wellbeing is given to all our animals.
Browse below to see the animals that we have given a loving home to.
The world's largest land mammals gather in groups and are led by females! It requires them to drink 150 litres of water per day to quench their thirst.
Lions are the second largest cats in the world after the tiger and can be found in Sub-Saharan Africa (West African Lion) and in western India (Asiatic Lion). They live [...]
The word rhinoceros is derived through Latin from the Ancient Greek: which is composed of rhino, "nose" and keras, "horn". There are five living species of Rhinoceros. The two African [...]
The third largest mammals on land are the hippopotamus. These animals can weigh up to 2000 kg. The common hippopotamus lives near rivers, lakes and mangrove swamps. During the day, [...]
Tigers are as majestic as they appear. The tiger is the largest member of the "big cat" species, as they can weigh up to 350kg. There are 6 subspecies of [...]
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Friday, 9 December 2022
Bali ii day 2: bali safari & marine park.
I woke up before sunrise to check on the Littlest, who developed a fever in the middle of the night. Thankfully, I remembered to bring medicine with us so her fever subsided after taking paracetamol. Since I couldn't go back to sleep, I managed to catch the sunrise outside my window.
When the rest of the family had woken up, we called a buggy to bring us to T savo Lion Restaurant to have our breakfast.
Besides lions, who were mostly asleep and not in the mood for any action, we managed to observe a family of meerkats busy with their day.
The breakfast spread was decent and spiced up with cute panda buns and bread!
Food quality was ok but the highlight was dining with the animals and not the food anyway. However, we couldn't see the lions as our table was not close enough.
It turned out that the best place for lion-viewing was actually the toilet!
Look how close the lions were! You can tell that a lion knows its an apex predator by the "openness" in the way it sleeps! Not a care in the world! 😀
After breakfast, we explored the rest of Bali Safari & Marine Park , as we didn't have time to do so the day before.
We started with the Petting Zoo , located nearest to our resort. We brought the raw carrots in our room to feed the animals, who were more than excited to see us!
The kids really enjoyed feeding the goats, rabbits, tortoises and guinea pigs!
We headed to the elephant enclosure next, for the Elephant Conservation & Education Show .
We explored the mini elephant "museum" while waiting for the show to start.
The show was quite entertaining! The elephants even joined in the show by acting like it got hurt when it was "shot" at by the actors!
At the end of the show, the audience was invited on stage to take photos with the elephants who participated in the show.
Next, we headed to Ranthambore to see the white tiger.
This is probably a new enclosure because we didn't see this the last time that we visited .
We walked through the park and spent the rest of our time at the Water Playzone ! The last time we were here, the Eldest Girl was only 2 years old and the other 2 were not even born yet!
There were numerous water slides here and adults were allowed to ride the slides too! Both kids and the kid-at-heart (me) had fun on the slides!
The kids refused to leave even though we were there for more than 3 hours under the scorching sun! The younger kids had no choice but to leave when we were too tired and hungry to continue any longer!
We popped by Uma Restaurant for lunch. We ordered our usual mocktails and milk shakes to go with our main courses.
The food was surprisingly good and the whole meal cost us about 700k rupiah, which is relatively cheap considering that it included a seafood platter.
After lunch, we walked back to our room (because the buggy was occupied and we didn't want to wait) and went straight to the pool for a swim!
We managed to feed the zebras some of the carrots that we had left 😁
We ended the day with in-room dinner that consisted of "international" cuisine and cost 500k rupiah 😁
After a long day, it was such a blessing to be served dinner in the comfort of our suite and enjoy the rest of the night together.
Also super grateful that the Littlest Girl felt better and was super energetic throughout the day! Looking forward to another fun day tomorrow 🙂
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The best conservation institution 2010.
BSMP on National TV
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Ashrita and Brownie on the Guinness World of Record
Ashrita, a 56-year-old American visiting Bali for the 6 th time, attempted break the record for skipping (like children skip without a rope) 5 kilometers in the fastest time. His passed record was 31 minutes and 47 second and at Bali Safari he break the record for 29 minutes and 59 second.
With his record breaking at Bali Safari, Ashrita now currently had break 126 Guinness records. He is also a great animal lover that shows by done his victory lap with Tsunami, an 8-year old orangutan, holding on to Ashrita piggyback. This is his tribute to Bali Safari for the tireless efforts to save orang utan and other animals. There is also elephant, Theresa, that congratulate Ashrita at the entrance gate of the park.
Ashrita has set records on all 7 continents and in more than 35 countries. He has broken 2 records in Bali on previous visits for most jumps on a jump rope underwater in one hour (738 jumps) in 2001 and most squats on a balance board in a minute (39 squats) in 2009. Ashrita also jumped on a jumprope 130,000 times in 24 hours in Bandung in 1999. Ashrita will be in Bali for about another week with more than 300 members of his meditation group, the Sri Chinmoy Centre.
Ambassador Australia for Indonesia
Ambassador Australia for Indonesia
Greg Moriarty and his wife, Sara, also their two sons visited Bali Safari and Marine Park has chance to see the spectacular performance of Bali Agung. He is Australia’s Ambassador to Indonesia since July 2010 that replace Bill Farmer who has been Ambassador since November 2005. His informal visit with family also went to Safari Journey to roaming around African Panorama on our safari tram.
Visit by the famous a mous
Starting 2011 with many famous people strolling down the park. Jaanitra Priyanka Millenix or famous as JP Millenix a ten years old girl drummer that joined Indonesia Mencari Bakat (IMB) shooting her program Sahabat JP. She has her holiday in Bali and want to get close with animals. She was so excited watching elephant education and conservation show. Milking time with Luna is her favorite scene although she is a little bit afraid of her. More excited when a 23 years old World Champion of Moto GP 2010 Jorge Lorenzo had meet and greet with almost 1000 fans at Bali Theatre. Press conference was held by Yamaha to acknowledge more about his coming to Indonesia and Bali for his special holiday. Lorenzo spent almost a week visiting many places in Bali including Komodo Island. As we all know, he is currently a rider in the MotoGP Class, on the Factory Yamaha Team. He defeat Valentino Rossi in front of his home fans at Valencia. Another visit from the famous come from royal family. His Royal Highness Crown Prince of Norway, Haakon Magnus with his family spent a day and enjoying their lunch time at Tsavo Lion Restaurant. They also had private tour of Safari Journey with our Zoo Curator himself, Tim Husband.
Shuttle schedule changes
We serve more transportation for your amazingly wild holiday at Bali Safari and Marine Park. We have more pick up point on Nusa Dua area such as Tanjong Benoa and at Novotel Nusa Dua. For visitor that stay in Kuta area our earliest pick up will be 09.15 at Gloria Jeans and Inna Kuta. Not forgetting our newest pick up point that cooperate with our partner Mc’Donalds Sanur for pick up at 9.30. Please click here to check details pick up point.
Show it get it
Bali Agung at Bali Theatre
A must see show in Bali . The Spectacular performance of Bali Agung is inspired by the historic and legendary accounts of Sri Jaya Pangus, King of the unassailable “Balingkang” Kingdom of 1th century Bali which takes its name from the marriage between a Balinese king and princess of the Kang family of China. Geographically, Balingkang was perched between two ravines on the northern plateau of the Batur caldera. Today, effigies of the King are paraded through the streets of Bali as an ogre-like Barong Landung, warding off bad luck and evil spirits. Bali Theatre recreates an epic time and brings the legend to life in a rare display of Bali’s diverse cultural heritage.
Malaysian Journalist Visit
Malaysian Journalist Visit at Bali Safari and Marine Park
Malaysia tourism industry is growing fast. As our neighboring country, Malaysia are number two largest country that mostly visiting Indonesia. Along with this, Taman Safari Indonesia invited six Malaysian media to experienced “Wisata Safari” through three of our parks. For one week they had spent time to Taman Safari Indonesia (TSI) I in Bogor, TSI II in Prigen and TSI III in Bali that also known as Bali Safari and Marine Park. New Strait Times reporter was eager to write about culinary session of different dishes from the three parks. Nanyang Siang Pau journalist was excited to take photos among our baby animal at TSI I. And Zamil Idris , A famous Malaysian Idol that also reporter from RTM/TV 2 interview General Manager Bali Safari and Marine Park Hans Manansang. They had so much fun experiencing Indonesia in short times by visiting three different cities.
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Here’s How to Enjoy a Visit to Bali Safari & Marine Park
Scenic family fun zone.
Planning a family adventure in Bali? Your go-to spot should be Bali Safari & Marine Park! As one of Indonesia’s most well-known wildlife conservations, this spot offers fun activities for you and the whole family. Choose the Jungle Hopper Package and sightsee Indonesia’s wildlife. You can observe more than 100 exotic animal species, like the Komodo Dragons, Bali Starlings, and Orangutans.
With its family zoo, vibrant decorations, and educational shows, this tourist attraction is kid-friendly! It even offers a Balinese cultural experience providing you with complete entertainment!
After all those activities, you and your family deserve a good rest. But, not just any rest. You can experience sleep amongst nature in the Mara River Safari Lodge. Here, the whole family can enjoy nights of sleep with a safari-inspired ambiance.
Things to do nearby
There are so many options for kid friendly fun activities around Bali Safari & Marine Park. If you still want to explore Indonesia’s wildlife , Bali Bird Park is a great option. Here, you can sight over 1000 birds. Take pictures with friendly aves species, like the eclectus parrot or the cockatoos. You can even feed some of the birds in their Papua Rainforest Feed or Lory Feeding. It’s only around 16 km away, so be sure to visit. It’ll be a flyin’ good time for you and your family!
Another place to enjoy the Gianyar area is Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary or also known as Ubud Monkey Forest . Here, you can learn the conservation efforts of monkeys, namely the Grey Macaques, including their breeding and diet.
The area is also a natural wonder, filled with thick foliage. Not to mention the statues and relics they have there! You can be sure to stroll around and take pictures. Pura Beji is also a popular spot for you to enjoy here. Around 30-minutes away from Bali Safari & Marine Park, this temple was actually an ancient bathing temple.
Gianyar, Bali is also a favorite destination for visiting museums . Why? It’s simply because there’s plenty to choose from! Two of the most popular are Museum Puri Lukisan and The Blanco Renaissance Museum. Glimpse the magnificent paintings and artworks of local and foreign artists, who dedicate their work to the exotic island of gods. The best part is, they’re kid-friendly places! It’s fun for the whole family! You can reach both destinations with a 40-minute drive.
But if you’re looking for some exciting adventures, Tegenungan Waterfall is also a great place to sightsee. This magnificent bliss flows around 40 meters, boasting its scenic and refreshing view. Many people also opt to hike around the area to view nature at its best. Others go here to relax and take photos. Located just 14 km away, there are plenty of instagrammable spots here to take pictures!
How to get there
Bali Safari & Marine Park is located in Gianyar, an easily accessible place in Bali. You can rent a car or a motorcycle to reach this destination. From Ngurah Rai International Airport, it can take you around 50 minutes by car. But it’ll take just 40 minutes if you want to reach this famous family zoo from Denpasar.
This destination also offers shuttle services from certain places, including Nusa Dua, Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, Sanur, and Ubud. You can reserve this by contacting their official email and/ email.
Whether you ride your car or motorcycle, be sure to implement CHSE (Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability) protocols during your travels in Bali. This includes washing your hands, wearing your mask, and keeping physical distance while in public areas.
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Bali Safari & Marine Park Review
This Bali Safari & Marine Park Review is on Feb 2016, on Valentine’s day. It’s such romantic day to spend with family and lovely animals, isn’t it? 🙂
PS: This not sponsored post, and based on our personal opinion
So basically, this Park is located in Gianyar, Bali, around 40 minutes from the Airport by car with no traffic. But they have free shuttle for particular packages. Here’s our review.
Bali Safari & Marine Park Review
- Educational In every show, they have educational content to present to audience. It is presented in an entertaining ways so kids would love it too! In the Park, kids actually can learn a lot, through playing and fun. They learn about animals behaviour, where animals come from, what animals eat, what is extinction and how to resolve it; they also learn about affection, empathy, how to feed the animals, etc. One of the most important thing is that: they spend quality time with us, the parents, friends and family!
- Fun Bali Safari & Marine Park is not only about the zoo and animals, but it’s fun! There are 2 entertainments: Fun Zone & Waterpark. Kids can play amusement rides and splash during the hot day! It’s so fun to see Lala passing the suspension bridge nervously, laughing out loud in the Carousel, and I’m sure she’ll gone wild if we play Waterpark too.
- Adventurous Many attractions are designed in the sense of adventure. Of course, it is in the zoo! Safari Journey to see animals in the wild, or Jungle Cruise to explore the park above water? Your call.
Itinerary, Show, Schedule, and Tips
Let’s start with some tips.
- You can walk-in, but if possible, avoid Monday as there’s no Bali Agung show on Monday.
- No outside food and drinks are allowed, unless baby’s milk or porridge.
- In rainy season, make sure you bring small umbrella to save your day in the park. At least you can go to one point to another to avoid wasting time.
- If you have Denpasar ID, go on Galungan or Kuningan Day to get 50% discount on local rate for Jungle Hopper package.
- With numerous attractions in this park, you might want to come as early as possible to have enough time to enjoy it all. Make sure you have enter the park before 10 AM to enjoy all show.
Itinerary with Schedule
To save you a lot of time, we have made some itinerary which we’ve experimented before. Hope it’s useful!
10.30 AM: See Piranha Feeding Time at Fresh Water Aquarium.
11.00 AM: See Animal Show at Hanuman Stage. Show up at least 10 minutes in advance to get nice seats.
11.20 AM: On the way to Big Cat Show, stop for a while to see Elephant Bathing in Ganesha Court.
11.30 AM: See Big Cat Show .
12.00 PM: See Elephant Conservation and Educational Show at Kampung Gajah.
12.30 PM: Stop for Elephant Ride (for Elephant Back Safari Package), or heading out directly from Kampung Gajah, by at Petting Zoo to ride pony, pet the goat, deer, rabbits, hamsters, etc.
12.50 PM: Having lunch . There are some restaurants available, but we always have ours at Uma Restaurant because its price is reasonable with good food. But if you want to enjoy eating with lion, you can come to Tsavo Lion Restaurant. After lunch, we still have some time so we go to Fun Zone to see around.
– Dragon & Leopard packages include lunch at Uma resto – Rhino package includes lunch at Tsavo Lion resto
2 PM: Heading to Bali Agung Show to get a good seat. Show starts at 2.30 PM at Bali Theatre.
3.30 PM: Finish Bali Agung Show, head out to start Safari Journey , an adventurous ride through the wild.
- Head out to Fun Zone to enjoy some amusement rides.
- Enjoy Jungle Cruise
- Then head to Waterpark and splash! This is such a perfect time and way to end your safari journey with refreshing waterpark. We regret that we didn’t bring any swimming clothes to jump into the water. But next time, we will! 🙂
Bali Safari & Marine Park Price & Facilities
For local or KITAS holders rate, please call them directly.
Rates & Packages
- Adventure Safari | USD 39/ person (after 2 PM)
- Jungle Hopper | USD 55/ person (the most basic & recommended package)
- Dragon Safari | USD 75/ person (+ lunch at Uma resto from Jungle)
- Elephant Back Safari | USD 85/ person (+ welcome drink, elephant ride, animal photo, souvenir from Dragon)
- Leopard | USD 105/ person (+ gold seat Bali Agung & unlimited rides, from Elephant)
- Rhino | USD 145/ person (+ best seats on all show, lunch at Tsavo Lion resto, the top package)
- Bali Night Safari | USD 75/ person
Infant: below 3 years old Child: between 3-12 years old Adult: above 12 years old Prices include all government tax
Bali Safari & Marine Park Facilities
- Restaurant & Cafe
- Souvenir shops
- Nursing Room
- Praying Room
- Baby Stroller & wheelchair (rent Rp.100.000,- per day)
- Free Shuttle for Leopard and Rhino packages. You need to reconfirm your pick up time and location on 24 hours prior to arrival. Call their number on the info box below this post.
Bali Safari & Marine Park
Jl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8, Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80551 Location: See map direction Opening Hour: Everyday 9 AM – 5 PM Phone: (+62) 361 751300 Email: [email protected] Web: http://www.balisafarimarinepark.com/
Bird on Bali Safari Marine Park
Pony ride on petting zoo
Fresh Water Aquarium
Roller coaster in Fun Zone
Iconic Elephant Statue in Bali Safari
Bali Theatre Lounge
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Originally from Palembang, Diana spent 6 years in Bandung and was 'lucky' to survive Jakarta only for 9 months. Her first solo travel was in 2008 to Malaysia and has been addicted to travel ever since. Now, she is based in Bali with her husband and daughters, working as a freelance writer for IndonesiaFreelanceWriter.com and co-founder of JSB.ID. Blogging since 2005, she is now sharing all her traveling experiences with her little happy family through this blog.
Me sooo excited for bring Emily first outdoor activity. Hopefully can do it sooon! Keep writing and main2 Jkt yaaaa ? ~Emily (8mo) mommy
Thank you so much for giving the itinerary 🙂
Sama-sama, Angie. Semoga berguna ya. Have fun! GBU too 🙂
Hai Mba Diana, just found your blog, I blog about our family trip as well. Duh, aku belum ke Bali Safari, semoga next time ke Bali bisa berkunjung. Thanks for sharing:)
Hi Mba, salam kenal. Kita juga follow mba lho di IG haha.. Iya, Bali Safari asiik, ada waterpark sama area bermain mini kaya dufan gitu. Bisa seharian, trus abis dari sana anak2 lgs tidur deh, hahahhaa.. Sekali lagi salam kenal yah, semoga suatu saat kita bisa ketemu atau kolaborasi. 🙂
Waahhh ini dia tulisan yang dicari2…. thanks for sharing ya mbak, kebetulan mau ke bali pas lebaran sama suami & anak. Keep on writing your travel experience with your little family ya, as i too, have a toddler and want to travel as much as we could hehehe…
GBU and your family mbak Diana 🙂
Makasi banyak Mba udah mampir ke blog kami, semoga tulisannya membantu : ) Selamat berlibur dan makasi banyak doanya
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July 5, 2013 by Angie. S 5 Comments
Although we have visited the Singapore Zoo countless times, the Bali Safari and Marine Park offers a whole new experience. There were many photo ops with wild animals (for a fee which goes toward their conservation efforts), the animal shows were educational, and the Safari rides were eye-opening.
This post summarises our recommended highlights at the Bali Safari and Marine Park .
1. Safari Tram Tour (USD 14 per person, tax inclusive – no child concession)
The Safari Tram Tour brings us on an incredible wildlife adventure in an air-conditioned tram which brought us really close to the wild animals. From the tram, we ventured into the habitats of free-roaming Sumatran Tigers, Elephants, Hippos, Sun-Bears, Deers and Cheetahs! It truly felt like we were the visitors who were infringing into their private spaces as the Safari Tram drove by!
2. The Elephant Conservation Show (Free, See Schedule )
We enjoyed the Elephant Show tremendously as it tells the tale of how deforestation by humans drove the wild Elephants homeless and how the villagers worked together to prevent these innocent Elephants from being wiped out. Kids get to learn about animal conservation from this show and I actually developed more fondness for the gentle giants – the elephants – from this visit.
The Animal Educational Show showcases various animals’ behaviors such as the native Indonesian Binturongs (an endangered crossbreed of a bear & a cat), Elephants, Orang Utans, Cockatoos, Eagles, Snakes and even common house pets like Cats, Poodles and Hamsters! Dana loved this show and requested to watch it twice. Be warned though that the Hannuman Theatre where the Animal Show is staged does not have shelter. The Balinese sun can be scorching hot so have your spritzers, sun hats, sunblocks and portable fans on hand. Bring along plenty of drinking water to keep your family members hydrated.
4. Bali Agung Show (Tuesdays to Sundays, 2.30-3.30pm, USD 25 per person, tax inclusive)
The other show we highly recommend is an hour-long cultural show called ‘ Bali Agung ‘. It is a highly entertaining production which tells the legend of a Bali’s Goddesses using a massive cast – 1 50 Balinese dancers, musicians and shadow-puppet masters . We bought tickets to the show without knowing what to expect and came away impressed. As avid travellers who have seen our fair share of ‘cultural shows’, this stands out for its impressive choreography and concept of using a fusion of styles in their music along with talented team of performers (both humans and animals). Of course, Daddy took the chance to introduce the two traditional art forms of Indonesia to Dana: the Gamelan and Wayang Kulit .
You can book your tickets online or at the Safari Park itself. Do note that all guests have to surrender mobile phones, video cams and cameras before entering the theatre as no photography or videography is allowed. Bali Agung is a visual spectacle not to be missed as it gives the entire family a musical overview of Balinese culture!
5. The Night Safari Ride (USD 30 per person with tax – no child concession)
The Night Safari was the icing on the cake for us. We hesitated in going on the Night Safari initially as we weren’t sure if the costly ticket price would duplicate the Safari Tram Ride which we had seen earlier in the day. Moreover, we had been to Singapore’s Night Safari twice.
After some thought, we decided to bite the bullet and go ahead and boy, were we glad we did! In fact, we wished the Night Safari ride would last longer! The ride started by putting us in a moving metal cage (yes…cage) on top a truck into the dark terrain of the safari, illuminated by the occasional beam from a single torch. The free-roaming animals were already accustomed to the truck’s arrival – the moment we were near, they drew close to be fed – elephants, zebras etc… The highlight was the carnivorous tiger who leapt onto our cage and started slobbering down on us as he waited eagerly for the ranger to feed him. The moment his fangs got on to a sinew of the raw flesh, he started tearing it right through in full view of the frightened onlookers – us…who were just less than 5 feet below him!
5. Animal Encounters (IDR 50k to 80k per encounter – about SGD 6 to SGD 10)
There are many opportunities to feed and take photos with animals for a small fee throughout the Park. Dana took her first Camel Ride here. Although she enjoyed the ride, she developed an allergic rash on her back thighs the next day (which sent us scrambling for a pharmacy which the locals termed as ‘Apotik’ or Apothecary). Fortunately, the itchy rashes subsided after much prayers and appropriate medication. We weren’t sure if it was due to the Camels or the Orang Utan. If your kids want to participate in any of these animal encounters, be sure to clad them in long pants and pack in some anti-allergy medication.
Jl. Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra, Km. 19,8 Gianyar 80551, Bali – Indonesia Tel. +62 361 751 300 E-mail: [email protected] www.balisafarimarinepark.com
July 5, 2013 at 9:15 am
such a wonderful experience for kids and adults! I want to go there too!
Ai @ Sakura Haruka
July 5, 2013 at 9:59 am
wow! the safari looks amazing! and the cage ride! OMG! the tiger was above all of you? goodness me! definitely worth going as a prelude to the real safari in africa!
ahhh, now i need to wait for your next post about dolphins! the closest i got to was at our own S.E.A. Aquarium which was, seriously, pathetic. lol.
July 5, 2013 at 10:30 am
Dana is so cool with the animals! Singapore’s very own Bindi Irwin?
July 5, 2013 at 8:24 pm
What an exciting trip! How long did you spend? I’m sending the link to this post to my husband who is planning our trip!
July 12, 2013 at 12:27 pm
What a lovely blog … We were lucky enough to go to bali safari park before it opened to the public nearly 6 years ago now …. I got to cuddle the white bengal tiger when he was just a cub … I do have pictures somewhere … and it was AMAZING!!! I can’t wait to to take my now 5 year old (who I was pregnant with at the time) there early next year … Thankyou for sharing your lovely holiday with us!!
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Bali Safari & Marine Park
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Where is Bali Safari & Marine Park located?
Characterized by a pristine forest, Bali Safari & Marine Park is located on a 40-hectare site on a coastal road in Gianyar in the southeast of the Indonesian resort island of Bali.
The island’s capital, Denpasar, with its international airport, is just a 30-minute drive from the modern amusement park. Sanur beach resort is located 23 kilometers northeast of the zoo.
What activities are available?
Bali Safari & Marine Park is home to more than 1,000 animals from 120 species . He has made it his mission not only to recreate the animals’ habitat as faithfully as possible, but also to advocate for their protection .
In addition, this exceptional safari zoo, part of the world-renowned Taman Safari Indonesia Group, combines the unique wildlife of Indonesia and Africa with a diverse amusement and water park and cultural events .
A safari bus takes you to the Indian, Indonesian and African wildlife. This ranges from the African hippo to the tiger to the zebra. On this adventurous excursion you will also get close to endangered species such as the Sumatran elephant or the orangutan. You may find yourself in the African savannah or the Indonesian jungle.
At Bali Safari & Marine Park you can ride the gentle giants through the African bush. From high up you will have a wonderful view of the zebras, rhinos and wildebeest roaming freely. You will be accompanied by a qualified mahout.
The Bali Agung Show
An unforgettable experience awaits you at the Bali Agung Show, where more than 150 costumed Balinese musicians and dancers breathtakingly transform native tradition into a modern theatrical performance . Accompanied by a light multimedia technology with sensational sound, you will experience a spectacular dance choreography that tells the rich culture of Bali.
The Tsavo Lion Restaurant
In an African ambiance, dine in this award-winning restaurant with a view of the lion pride, separated from you only by a pane of glass.
Bali Marine Park with Fun Zone
Here everything revolves around the element of water. Bali Marine Park is located in the east of the area and combines, among other things, an exciting crocodile show and a jungle boat ride with splashing slides in the water park . This is followed by the fun zone with the rushing roller coaster.
Local rules of conduct
Pay attention to the rules of conduct that you receive on site. Do not go near free-ranging wildlife alone or without permission.
This is what you should have done at Bali Safari & Marine Park
A night safari on foot or in a mobile cage is one of the most beautiful and exciting experiences at Bali Safari & Marine Park.
The Harimau Show
In an impressive way, the Harimau Show tells the story and role of the tiger on the island of Bali and provides interesting facts about the abilities of the big cat, which range from climbing to swimming to playing.
Who is Bali Safari & Marine Park suitable for
Anyone interested in wild animals or endangered species will find what they are looking for at Bali Safari & Marine Park. Also small and big adventurers , who always wanted to go on a safari, come especially close to their dream here. Families and culture enthusiasts will love the water park and the unforgettable shows. In addition, Bali Safari & Marine Park offers unforgettable packages for wedding couples .
Info / Weblinks for further reading
For more information, check out the official Bali Safari & Marine Park website:
- Official website of the Bali Safari & Marine Park
For those interested in Bali’s culture as well as the wildlife of Asia and Africa, the Bali Safari & Marine Park is a unique zoo that presents Balinese customs in a spectacular and entertaining way, combined with lots of fun in the water park.
Jalan Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km 19,8 Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80551 Indonesia
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: +62 361 950 000
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Experience and Adventure Go Hand-in-Hand at Our Bali Safari Hotel
19 Jun Experience and Adventure Go Hand-in-Hand at Our Bali Safari Hotel
Bali is one of those incredibly romantic places in the world for couples who want to have an out-of-the-world, magical kind of experience with their loved one. You will find so many people visiting this gorgeous island for a romantic getaway, given the island’s quiet nature, world-class resorts, and breathtaking beaches.
Book our amazing Bali safari hotel for the best experience of your life!
However, the beauty of Bali doesn’t just end there.
Bali is for you if you happen to be an animal lover with a profound, genuine love for all kinds of creatures. Bali safari hotel offers the ultimate tropical retreat, which is home to a wide range of exciting and mesmerizing wildlife.
It is known as the best safari hotel , and once you visit the hotel, you’ll know why!
Why Should People Stay at Mason Safari Hotel?
Simply put, if you want to have a magical, ethereal experience that you can hold on to forever, you should stay at this luxury safari hotel in Bali .
Mason safari hotel brings you not only exclusive safari accommodation , but also a chance to explore the wildlife, appreciate the splendor of Mother Nature, and so much more.
Bali Zoo Hotel at This Bali Safari Resort
The Bali Zoo Hotel is the perfect combination of luxury and natural beauty, where you get to have an amazing time and do a plethora of activities that you like with maximum comfort and ease.
Be it strolling in the botanical gardens or going on a fun-filled elephant ride, you can do anything and whatever you like!
A Luxurious Living Like Never Before
This Bali safari resort is a luxury safari hotel in the most real sense. It provides unparalleled luxury to its visitors with upscale safari accommodation s, open-air terraces, individualized settings, and huge windows overlooking the exotic park.
Another reason why it’s a true luxury safari hotel is that it has free Wi-Fi and central air conditioning systems that are more like the cherry on the cake!
Use the Park Facilities and Attractions to Your Heart’s Content
When you book a room in this safari lodge in Bali , you have immediate and full access to all the park’s facilities and attractions that you can use and visit your heart’s content. You can do it all by diving in the pool and hitting the gym to explore the gardens and going for a refreshing wellness spa.
What Makes a Night in Bali Safari Hotel So Special?
With tall windows overlooking the park, a night in this safari hotel in Bali is so special. Imagine sleeping in your hotel room with a subtle light coming through the windows and looking at pure beauty surrounding this safari park hotel .
More than that, walking through the botanical gardens under the starry night sky where everything is serene, and it’s just you with your relaxing thoughts.
The comfort, luxury, and peace offered by this Bali safari hotel is another thing altogether that will make sure that your night is just worth the experience.
What We Offer Our Visitors During Their Stay
Apart from luxurious living, we also offer our visitors a chance to experience an adrenaline rush through a thrilling adventure.
You can go to the elephant park where you can choose to watch these gentle giants go about their daily lives or even interact with them, feed them food, and engage in casual playfulness.
At our safari lodge in Bali , you can take things up a notch by going on a ride on the elephants as they take you through the jungle filled with majestic beauty.
Other Activities People Can Do to Make Their Experience More Joyful
There’s no wonder why it’s called the best safari hotel in Bali because the list of things and activities that you can do here don’t seem to end!
If you want to make your experience at this safari park hotel all the more joyful and memorable, there are so many Bali adventure tours activities that you can do, such as:
- White water rafting
- Jungle buggies
- Mountain cycling
- Helicopter tours
- Tropical trekking
- Chocolate tour and tasting
Are You Ready for a Memorable Experience and a Thrilling Adventure?
This safari lodge in Bali brings an end to your search for the best Bali safari resort because it has a little bit of everything that you need for a unique, special experience. With an abundance of wildlife, the splendor of nature, maximum comfort, and this luxury resort await your presence and arrival.
Contact us for further details and prepare yourself for the best safari hotel and adventure of your life!