Bali Safari and Marine Park is located on the east coast of the island, 20 kilometres from Ubud and 30 kilometres from Gianyar. The park caters to visitors of all ages with fun zones, Balinese dancing courses, elephant exhibitions and Croc Attack feeding shows.
Bali Safari and Marine Park allows visitors to get up close to the animals on a safari-like adventure. From the safety of a vehicle, view majestic rhinos, playful zebras and elephants in a natural habitat. Further into the park, giraffes elegantly walk around, stopping to glance at tourists as they drive by. Lions, leopards and tigers lounge in the sunshine, stealthily observing tourists as they photograph them. In addition to the abundance of animals available to see, there is a Balinese market, food and drink areas and a theatre for educational talks and performances. The Fun Zone at the edge of the park is home to water slides, themed fairground rides, pools, horse riding and a temple. Among the many attractions, the park hosts a variety of shows. Crocs Attack is a daring crocodile feeding show, and there is a Bali Agung Show and Kecak Masterpiece Show. Visitors can stay well into the evening and partake in a Night Safari through the African Savannah and see how the animals act when the sun goes down.
There are several ways in which to reach Bali Safari and Marine Park. The park offers a shuttle service from Kuta, Ubud, Sanur, Jimbaran, Seminyak and Nusa Dua which can be booked in advance. It takes just over an hour by car from Gianyar. Taxis and Uber are available, or visitors staying in the area can catch the popular “bemo” bus.
Bali Safari and Marine Park is an open-air zoo, where animals roam, and visitors are transported around in a vehicle. It houses over 60 species of animals from different regions of Indonesia, Asia and Africa. The park is continuously adding new attractions and species to its itinerary which will attribute to its future success. It’s a great family day out for all ages to enjoy.