Bali Safari is More Than a Safari!
Bali Safari, the African Safari Adventure in Bali, is home to over a thousand amazing animals and your finest destination for an adventurous, fun and educational experience more than just a safari. Our park represents more than 120 species, including rare & endangered species like the Komodo Dragons, Orangutan, Bali Starling bird, and many more.
At this time Bali Safari Park is the front line of wildlife conservation in Indonesia. We have been actively involved in ensuring the future survival and well-being of many Indonesian animal species.
A member of SEAZA (The South East Asians Zoo Associations),
CBSG (Conservation Breeding Specialist Group) & PKBSI (Indonesia Zoological Parks Associations).
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Our park is home to over a thousand amazing animals and is a sanctuary for some of the world's rare and endangered species.
Begin your Safari Journey with our Safari Tram or enjoy a private safari adventure with a 4x4 Jeep, or choose the Elephant Back Safari package, and then interact with your favorite animals!
Indulge in the wildest fine dining experience surrounded by lions, meerkats at the Tsavo Lion Restaurant, and Giraffe at the Nkuchiro's balcony. You can unwind with the spectacular shows of Bali Agung at our state-of-the-art theater or splash around with family and friends at our Water Play and Fun Zone.
Get to know our animals with world-class Safari packages for adventurous, fun, educational experiences!
Lions are the second largest cats in the world after the tiger and can be found in Sub-Saharan Africa (West African Lion) and in western India (Asiatic Lion). Above all, they live in grasslands and savannah. Males are larger than females with a weight up to 250 kg. In addition, male lions have a mane, which is perhaps the most recognizable feature of the species.LIONS
There are five living species of Rhinoceros. The two African species: the white rhinoceros and the black rhinoceros, and the three Asian species: the Indian rhinoceros, the Javan rhinoceros and the Sumatran rhinoceros.RHINOS
The third largest mammals on land is the hippopotamus. These animals can weigh up to 2000 kg. The common hippopotamus lives near rivers, lakes and mangrove swamps. During the day, they remain cool by staying in the water or mud, at dusk they come out to graze on the grasses.HIPPOS
Elephants are undoubtedly the largest mammals and live in a very large group, which are led by the most experienced female in the group. They need around 200kg of food daily including grass, bamboo, nuts and fruit. They drink about 150 liters of water per day. What’s more, they also have a very strong sense of smell.ELEPHANTS
The tiger is the largest member of the "big cat" species, as they can weigh up to 350 kg. They usually hunt for food in the late afternoons or at night for larger prey like wild pigs, deer, and, at times, monkeys and even frogs. Tigers need to feed on up to 27 kilograms of meat in one night, but more often they consume up to 6 kilograms of meat during a meal.TIGERS