Have you ever imagined how it feels to interact with the animals at night? Many animal, especially the wild one are mostly active at night.
Bali Safari Park, as the best destination for safari experience will give you chance to see and even feed animal after dark. – Through Night Safari activity, are you ready to see every of them closer?
Endemic to the Indonesian islands of Komodo, witness this night animal with your own eyes on Night Safari!
One fact about Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is their deadly saliva that carries around 50 infectious agents and particularly bacteria, makes Komodo is a hazardous animal!
Often called as Bearcat, Binturong (Arctictis binturong) they not even closely related to bear nor a cat.
Being a nocturals animal, witness this animal with your own eyes while walking on safari, and find out what they do when the sun goes down!
Who doesn’t know the king of the jungle? This native African wildlife known as the number one predator in Africa!
The lion (Panthera leo) is a big cat that can live up to 20 years in conservation institutions such as Bali Safari Park.
More thrilling experience for you, feed this animal with fresh meat face to face with distance with only 10cm!
The Tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest living cat species and a member of the genus Panthera.
This big cat that has distinctive stripes on its body and they are a nocturnal animal that is active at night.
Love to eat fresh meat, the tigers will perch right above your head while you feed them!
Zebras are an African animal that is relative with horse. This herbivorous animals have a dominant black color with white stripes.
At Night Safari activity, you will meet two types of Zebras, namely the Grevy Zebra and the Chapman Zebra. See the different between both of them yourself!
This tallest mammal and the largest ruminant on Earth will glad to meet you on Night Safari.
Have a habitat in Africa, Giraffe distinguishing characteristics are its extremely long neck and legs, its horn-like ossicones, and its spotted coat patterns.
Did you know? Just like human fingerprints, every of them doesn’t have the same coat pattern!