Bali Safari Park is home to over a thousand amazing animals and is your number one destination for an adventurous, fun and educational experience.
Planning a family safari adventure to the Bali Safari Park? A safari holiday is always fun, but it is not your typical ordinary holiday.
It is always best to be prepared, so we’ve made a list of recommendations you might want to bring to Bali Safari Park to make your day extraordinary.
What to bring to Bali Safari Park
There’s a chance your clothing will get dirty during the day, so don’t wear your best ones because you’ll be going on adventures that will take you through landscapes that are very much like the African savannah so wear something comfortable that will give you protection from the sun and the surroundings.
This would include comfortable footwear, so no high-heels and remember to bring a hat. If you’re wearing prescription glasses, you might consider bringing along prescription sunglasses too. A pair of sunglasses and a hat will also come in handy as you walk around the park under the scorching sun.
It is also recommended to always have sunblock on and wear colours that would hide any dirt while blending in well with your surroundings as some really bright colours have been known to attract the attention of wildlife.
Don’t worry though, you’ll be 100 percent safe and secure while you’re on safari at the Bali Safari Park.
Cameras and Videos
Also, you’ll probably want to take pictures, so don’t forget your camera. How else would you document your safari adventure if you leave behind your smartphone, camera and video camera? There is always a fun surprise at every corner at Bali Safari Park, you’ll never know whom you’ll meet!
Perhaps the park’s super-friendly and intelligent Orangutan with his/her minder? A wild zebra trotting towards the watering hole or an eagle swooping low for its next meal!
Be sure to have your gadgets ready to record all of these awesome moments you’ll be sure to experience at the park. Don’t forget to bring your chargers and power banks along!
Food and Beverages at Bali Safari Park
Be sure to keep yourself hydrated. Drink lots of water throughout the day and during your adventure here at the Bali Safari Park as temperatures on the island can get really hot and humid.
After a whole day interacting with extraordinary animals, we understand you’ll be hungry and thirsty. If you don’t have a water bottle with you, don’t worry, we’ve got that covered! There are plenty of water stations, kiosks and restaurants located throughout the park for you to quench your thirst or get a bite to eat.
Please keep in mind that it is not allowed to bring food for animals from outside. Our animals are on special diet and only food from the park is used to feed them.
Other things to keep in mind, since during the daytime it can be extremely hot and sunny, sun cream is also a necessity. When you’re on a night safari at Bali Safari Park it’s recommended to wear protective clothes and bring mosquito spray.
Most importantly however, be as cheerful as possible! These adventures have surely loved by the kids! We’ll provide you with a memorable day full of cultural experiences.
Now that you’re ready for a Safari Adventure, head to the Bali Safari Park here in Bali where you can explore rugged open landscapes that are home to wild animals such as lions, tigers, elephants, zebras, giraffes and so much more.
Jungle Hopper is the best-selling package that embarks on an adventure in real wildlife with a Balinese twist, check it out!