Bali Conservation Park offers a new concept in Eco tourism. Here you can enjoy the exciting adventure of Elephant Trekking while you are also helping to save the endangered Indonesian Elephant (one of world's rarest elephants). Currently there are less than 1,100 Indonesian Elephants left in the wild and their numbers are rapidly decreasing. At the Elephant Safari Park we are assisting, through proceeds from admissions, with the relocation of wild elephants to special reserves set up by the Indonesian Government to assist with breeding programs to help build up the depleting numbers.
Welcome to the world's biggest animal at Bali Elephant Camp which give you the opportunity to ride an elephant in the area of Elephant Camp exactly beside of Ayung River close to Ubud Bali. You will be invited to venture on to get through the rural area with the Balinese life and see the beautiful panorama.
Bakas Elephant Tour lies in Bakas Village, Banjarangkan District, Klungkung Regency. It is located at the Starting Point of Bakas Levi Rafting, a prime tourist destination in Bali that enable the package to be combined with Kintamani Tour, Besakih Tour and other tour package to other places of interest.
Enjoy a peaceful ride along the beach before passing through bamboo and alang-alang plantations where wild banana trees and pineapples thrive. Also are many species of birds and a special temple dedicated to the annual rice harvest. Head back onto the beach and (No experience necessary.)
Bali Zoo situated on 22 acres of lush landscape in the art village of Singapadu and are home to a diverse collection of more than 350 exotic animals a majority of which are indigenous to Indonesia, including rare and endangered species such as the Sumatran Elephant, Sumatran Tiger, Orangutan, Sun Bear and Binturong.
Tree top Bali adventure is one of the challenge attractions in Bali set in an open air environment for group and family in Indonesia. Where besides you do this activity you will enjoy the beauty of the tropical rainforest in order neatly. Open daily for individual or group from 8.30 a.m to 6.00 p.m in Bali Botanical Garden, Bedugul.
Encompassing two hectares of botanical landscape, the park provides sanctuary to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species. Our innovative approach towards the display of rare and tropical birds has progressed from traditional exhibits to that of showcasing mixed species in their natural habitats.
Offering visitor a close encounter into the world of animals arround the world. From the right trough roaming sumatran tiger and elephant in the jungle of sumatra to the hippos in lake manyara,the safari journey offer unique safari adventures to explore the life of 100 of animals of more than 60 species.