Bali Safari & Marine Park

Bali Tour - Bali Safari And Marine Park Tours, Wild Animal Park, Bali

Bali Safari and Marine Park is a wonderful family outing, chock full of fun activities that everyone will enjoy and close encounters with several animals, colourful marine park, entertaining Bali Agung Show together with delicious dining options for lunch as well as dinner including dining while surrounded by lions at the Tsavo Lion Restaurant.

Located on 40 hectares of tropical garden and forest in Gianyar, about an half hour north of Sanur, the park is home to home of hundreds of amazing animals representing some 60 species, including rare and endangered species such as the Komodo Dragon, Sumatran Orang Utan, and the Bali Mynah. Various animal shows are on during the day and you can interact with a few of the animals up close at the Animal Encounter area. If you like you can view some of the animals from a different perspective from atop an elephant. To visit the wild part where several animals including some that are endangered roam free, just hop in the open air safari bus for the Safari Journey. Be sure to have your camera/video ready, the journey is about 30 minutes.

And that’s not all, children of all ages will have a blast at the Water Park and Fun Zone or enjoy the colourful Bali Agung Show at the Bali Theatre. The Park offers a free shuttle service for Jungle Hopper, Dragon and Leopard Safari packages from designated locations around Tanjung Benoa (1), Nusa Dua (1), Jimbaran (1), Kuta (4), Seminyak (1), Sanur (2) and Ubud (1). Click here for time table.

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Bali Safari & Marine Park, as part of Taman Safari Indonesia, is a member of WAZA (The World Associations of Zoo and Aquariums), SEAZA (The South East Asians Zoo Associations), CBSG (Conservations Breeding Specialist Group) as well as PKBSI (Indonesia Zoological Parks Associations) at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia and is actively involved in ensuring the future survival and wellbeing of many Indonesian animal species through engaging education and conservation programs such as the conservation and release of Bali Mynah, Sumatran Elephant, and Sumatran Tiger.

 

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