Find us via our shuttle services at these pick up points across Bali!
GOING TO BALI SAFARI & MARINE PARK
|Departure Time||Location||Pickup Point|
|08:30||Nusa Dua||Royal Santrian|
|08:45||Kuta||Gloria Jeans Kuta Square|
|08:30||Seminyak||The Breezes Hotel|
|08:45||Seminyak||The Trans Resort Hotel|
|08:30||Legian||Sol House Bali|
|08:50||Sanur||Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel|
|08:30||Sanur||Sanur Paradise Plaza Suite|
|08:45||Ubud||Plataran Hotel and Resort|
*VALID FROM 1 JUNE 2017
The schedule is subject to change without any prior notice. A reservation is required for the shuttle service – email us at [email protected] or call +62 361 751 300 (24 hours prior to arrival).
We have hundreds of animals in our park from over 100 species, including some of the rarest and endangered.
Not only are we one of the leading wildlife conservations in Indonesia, we are devoted to caring for the animals in our own safari. We ensure the highest standards of wellbeing is given to all our animals.
Browse below to see the animals that we have given a loving home to.Our Animals
The world's largest land mammals gather in groups and are led by females! It requires them to drink 150 litres of water per day to quench their thirst.Learn More
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). They live [...]Learn More
The word rhinoceros is derived through Latin from the Ancient Greek: which is composed of rhino, "nose" and keras, "horn". There are five living species of Rhinoceros. The two African [...]Learn More
The third largest mammals on land are the hippopotamus. These animals can weigh up to 2000 kg. The common hippopotamus lives near rivers, lakes and mangrove swamps. During the day, [...]Learn More
Tigers are as majestic as they appear. The tiger is the largest member of the "big cat" species, as they can weigh up to 350kg. There are 6 subspecies of [...]Learn More