1. Indonesia
  2. Bali
  3. Ubud
  4. Elephant Safari Park Lodge

Bali Elephant Safari Park: Instant E-Ticket Entry

Product ID: 112543
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Meet the world's largest herd of Sumatran elephants in captivity with an e-ticket to the Elephant Safari Park in Bali. Get up close and personal with the gentle giants at a stunning location just north of Ubud.
About this activity
Duration 1 day
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the world's largest herd of captive Sumatran elephants and their babies
  • Get up close and personal with the peaceful giants
  • Look at displays of elephant history and physiology
Full description
Make your way to the Elephant Safari Park in Desa Taro, just north of Ubud, and get instant access with your pre-booked e-ticket. Look at the displays of elephant history and physiology on arrival at the reception area.

Pop into the boutique gift shop to discover a huge range of elephant-related products. The park also features a 200-seat restaurant and bar with spectacular views over the lake, a snack bar and photo kiosk, a museum with 1,000 exhibits and a 15,000-year-old mammoth skeleton for your interest.

You will have an opportunity to learn about Sumatran elephants, their history, and the situation in their native island of Sumatra throughout the Elephant Introduction Talk. 
Includes
  • Entrance to the Elephant Safari Park
  • Hand feeding the elephants
  • Elephant talent show
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Lunch

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Meeting point

Elephant Safari Park, Jalan Elephant Safari Park Banjar Desa Taro Tegallalang, Taro, Bali.

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Important information
Know before you go
• All the elephants were rescued from deforestation in central and southern Sumatra
• The park is ideal for the entire family and is open 7 days a week
• The park follows the "5 Freedoms of Animal Welfare" established in Great Britain in 1965. It has been recognized by the international community and numerous animal welfare organisations such as the National Geographic Society as a Welfare Supporter, as well as the World Wildlife Foundation as a Partner in Conservation.
Customer reviews
Overall rating
4.1 / 5
based on 14 reviews
Review summary
Service
4.3/5
Organization
3.9/5
Value for money
3.6/5
Safety
4.7/5

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