Published November 23, 2018 | Animal Knowledge, Animals, Conservation, Elephant, Lions, Tigers, Wildlife

Africa is the second largest continent after Asia and is home to a number of wild animals. African habitat ranges from rainforests to savannas and deserts, and its animals vary according to its landscapes.

Rhinoceros, zebras, lions, giraffes, elephants, and tigers can be found in the wilderness of Africa. However, if you want to see these amazing animals, there’s no need to travel to Africa. Simply visit Bali Safari Park in Gianyar, Bali.

African Animals in Bali Rhinoceros


Rhinoceros are one of the largest herbivores that weigh up to 1,000kg. There are 5 different species of rhinoceros – the Sumatran rhino, the Javan rhino, the black rhino, the greater one-horned rhino, and the white rhino – and they can all be found in Africa, India, and Indonesia. Unfortunately, only the Javan rhino is left in Indonesia, while their Vietnam species are extinct.



African Animals in Bali Safari Zebra


Recognized for its pretty black and white stripes, this African wild horse, called a zebra, has many more interesting features. For example, underneath its black and white coat, a zebra actually has black skin covering its body.



African Animals in Bali Safari Giraffe


Being the tallest mammal in the whole world, a giraffe’s legs alone are in fact taller than most humans. With its long legs, giraffes can run up to 35 miles per hour! Get a chance to feed them directly from your hands when you visit Bali Safari Park.



African Animals in Bali Safari Elephant


Although one of the largest land mammals, elephants are harmless.  They are known to be one of the gentlest mammals, making strong bonds with humans.  This is probably supported by their fascinating long-term memory. Elephants are able to recognize humans they have interacted with in the past, such as caretakers, zoologists, and scientists.



African Animals in Bali Safari Tiger


The biggest of the cat family, tigers can weigh up to 300kg and reach up to 3.3 meters in length. Tigers are solitary animals and are very territorial. They only meet up during mating season, normally from November to April.



African Animals in Bali Safari Lions


Despite being called the King of the Jungle, lions are normally found roaming on grasslands and the savannah. Unfortunately, due to habitat loss, lions can now only be found in protected parks, including at Bali Safari Park.


African Animals in Bali Safari Park Dining with the Lion

Make the most out of your time at Bali Safari Park by enjoying an unforgettable dining experience with the lions! Get your Breakfast with the Lions ticket to experience a close encounter with the wildlife to start your day.

Delight in delectable cuisine at our Tsavo Lion Restaurant, while you are accompanied by our pride of lions – safely separated by full-length viewing glass panels.

Want to get up close and personal with these amazing African animals? See these beautiful and majestic creatures (and other wild animals from around the world) as they roam freely in wide, open spaces very much like the wild African savannah at Bali Safari Park.