The Bali Safari and Marine Park
The Bali Safari and Marine Park covers 100 acres (40 ha) and serves as a home for many endangered species. You’ll get to take a safari through the grounds and get a good look at some of the park’s most famous species – elephants, Malayan tigers, Komodo dragons, and orangutans. You’ll get to see an abundance of marine wildlife in the freshwater aquarium before you visit the water park to cool off, so don’t forget your swimsuit!
up to 30 days in advance
- Duration: 8 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Schedule: 9:00 AM
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- Free cancellation up to 30 days prior
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English
This tour comes with the jungle hopper ticket, which includes stops to get a special introduction to the tigers (or “Harimaus) and elephants. These educational presentations include information about threats to these animals’ survival in the wild, and how the park works to reverse their endangered status. On the safari through the grounds in a 4x4, you’ll have the chance to see hippos, zebras, and Himalayan bears.
Besides viewing lots of fascinating wildlife, you’ll also get to have a fascinating cultural experience at the Bali Agung show, where you’ll see 150 dancers and musicians take to the stage in colorful costumes, to perform a dance style that’s completely unique to Indonesia. This performance depicts a famous legend, and the dancers get some help from shadow puppeteers. As you may have noticed, this tour packs in quite a few activities, but rest assured there’s also a refreshing break for afternoon tea at the on-site restaurant.
What to Bring
Hat or scarf, sunglasses, sunscreen, swim suit, towel, and money for tips or personal souvenirs.
Jungle Hopper ticket which includes the safari tour and the Bali Agung show (silver seat), visit to fresh water aquarium, afternoon tea, entrance fees, and educational presentations.
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