Bali Bird and Reptile Park

Bali Bird and Reptile Park

This tour will be popular with fans of ecotourism, and it’s also a perfect afternoon activity for families with young travelers. The Bali Bird and Reptile Park is a treasure trove of gorgeous tropical birds and wizened old reptiles with incredible stories to tell. Experienced English-speaking staff host your tour over the 2100 square feet (200 sq m) of lush greenery. You’ll come away with great photographs and a wealth of knowledge on the Indonesian animal kingdom.

Featured in:Nature Walk, Bali Bird Park
4 hrs
Available Days:
Every day
9:00 AM, 1:00 PM
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Mobile Ticket Included
Offered in English

The Bali Bird and Reptile Park is located in the Gianyar Regency, an approximately 25-minute drive from central Ubud. The owners are passionate about the preservation, conservation, and breeding of birds and reptiles. There are more than 250 species of birds from Indonesia, Latin America, Africa and Australia. In the reptile area, you’ll find iguanas, crocodile monitor lizards, tortoises and a huge collection of venomous and nonvenomous snakes including a 26 foot long (8 m) reticulated python! The sanctuary is also home to the world-famous Komodo dragons which are usually only found on isolated islands in Indonesia.

The park is divided into seven regions which replicate the natural habitats of the species in each area. Indigenous plant life has been carefully grown to support the continued survival and breeding of these stunning creatures. Your tour can include some guide-supervised interaction but is primarily educational. There’s a 4D cinema for a different visual experience and an open-air restaurant when it’s time for a bite to eat. And if you’re not so keen on the reptile area, not to worry! Just take a break in the cafe while the rest of the family spends time with the creepy crawlies.

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Bali Bird Park

Many feathered friends await at this family-friendly park created for the ornithological enthusiasts. The Bird Park is home to 1,000 birds of 250 different species. Seven distinct regions recreate geographic habitats complete with indigenous plant life and allow close viewing of many rare species. There are birds from the Indonesian archipelago, Latin America, Africa and Australia. You can get up close and personal with more than a few birds, and there’s also a Komodo dragon exhibit. Bali Bird Park is located in Batubulan in the Gianyar Regency, about 30 minutes north of Denpasar or south of Ubud.

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What to Bring

Walking shoes, camera, and a bottled water.

What's included

Park entrance fee, tour guide, and transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.


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