Unlike humans who have adapted to live during the day, there are animals out there who have evolved to do the exact opposite. These animals are called nocturnal animals, and their bodies, diets, hunting skills and senses have evolved so they can survive after dark when the sun goes down.
The Night Safari at Bali Safari Park is designed to get you up close and personal to the nocturnal animals at night time. You’ll see and hear animals that you may not even be aware of in the dark. You’ll also get a chance to ride in our specially designed tram that will take you through the heart of the safari animal habitats.
However, before you get too excited, here are some useful tips to get you ready.
Wear appropriate clothing
Make sure you wear comfortable clothing, including an outer layer to keep you warm just in case it gets cold. Despite being a tropical island, Bali Safari Park is located near the eastern beaches of Bali, and therefore has occasional light winds. Also, don’t forget to wear comfortable shoes as you’ll be spending a lot of time on your feet!
The Night Safari takes you on a tour through the safari enclosure at night. It’s a good idea to apply mosquito repellant to make the experience more enjoyable. This is especially important if you’re sensitive to bug bites!
Don’t come late
Your Night Safari tour will come with the complimentary Fire Dance Show! So don’t come too late or you’ll miss this spectacular performance.
Follow the rules and guides
For your safety, always follow the written and spoken rules of the Night Safari! Do not touch the animals and always stay in your group during the walking safari. Additionally, the safari ranger will give short presentations of the animals, so pay attention and you’ll learn something new during your tour!
Night Safari is a fun and exciting experience for those of you who haven’t encountered nocturnal animals before. Make sure you remember these tips so you’re ready for what’s in store at the Night Safari.
Are you ready to stimulate your senses? Join us on the Night Safari at Bali Safari Park after dark. Learn more about tickets and admissions by visiting the Night Safari page!