Native animal life in Bali Safari Park

A time when you are in Bali, do not miss the chance to visit this place - conservation and educational tours, and certainly different among other safari parks. Bali Safari and Marine Park in Gianyar regency, Bali, established in 2007 is an interesting place to see how the animals live in their habitat.

Cultural tourism park management is deliberately releasing these animals in such a way similar to the situation of indigenous animal life, of course they are being watched.

Visitors would be able to see the conservation area and conduct cultural tourism in the park, an area of about 40 acres, the Bali Safari has about 400 animals of 60 species, including Sumatran elephant, Sumatran tiger, orangutan, leopard, komodo and cheetah. Although left free, educational tours around wearing a specially designed vehicle remains safe.

Tourists can enter the area with a rate of USD 22 (Rp 210,000 – Indonesian rupiahs, IDR) per person during the day and a rate of USD 38.5 (Rp 375,000 – IDR) per person to travel at night. Certainly the exciting experience, isn’t it?

Heartening award from the TripAdvisor, Certificate of Excellence 2013 as well as the Cipta Award 2012 for the category Artificial Travel Attractions Environmental from the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy.

Tourists can feel something different when the aura of Balinese culture art characterize this unique region, gentle sway of the dancers in a performance of the Bali ballet - Bali Agung.

Miss World 2013 event organizers has include this theme park as an agenda for visit for the beauty pageant contestant. Who does not want to see this beautiful girls there?

(Source A Sulistyowati - Kompas Cetak /Image Bali Safari and Marine Park)


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