Save the species

The world's wildlife and wild places are facing threats that are on-going and complex. To preserve this raw beauty for upcoming generations, we need to take a pro-active step and play a crucial role in conservation.

Bali Safari Park is at the frontline of wildlife conservation in Indonesia and is actively involved in ensuring the future survival and well-being of animals in Indonesia.

Our way of preserving wildlife is through engaging education and conservation programs, such as the conservation and release of Bali Mynah, Sumatran Elephant, and Sumatran Tiger.

We strive to play a bigger role in the future - one step at a time.

Help us save the Bali Mynah! We are leading the way towards saving this majestic Balinese bird from extinction.

Baby Shower x3 at Bali Safari

Singo, the baby giraffe, is the offspring of Sophie (7 years) and Matadi (6 years) who roam the wide spaces of the African Section of the Park’s Safari Journey. Pembe, the rare white rhino is the baby daughter of Hima (24 years) and Nelson (21) – more popularly known to animal keepers and visitors as Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, and was born on November 4, 2015. Rounding out the trio of baby animals is Maji!

Bali Mynah Conservation Program

This endemic bird species of Bali, Indonesia can only be found in the lowland forest, west
coast of Bali, at West Bali National Park. In 2001, there were only 5 of this medium size bird,
with snowy white plumage and black wing tips. It was...[ ]

Conservation in action