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Elephant Safari Park

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About Elephant Safari Park

Elephant Safari Park is one of the most sought after attractions that you should visit during your trip to Bali. It is home to a large collection of elephant memorabilia as well as one of the largest mammoth elephant skeletons in the whole world. The park was set up in the misty hinterlands of Ubud with 27 critically endangered Sumatran elephants. The safari park was set up with an intention to offer tourists close encounters with these majestic creatures in a natural habitat. Tourists can get a chance to learn more about elephants as well as their behavior in a safe environment.

The park boasts of its lush green landscape and cooler climate, letting tourists enjoy a wide range of fun-filled activities. During your visit, you can not only enjoy spending time with the elephants, but also enjoy the views of the beautiful botanical gardens surrounded by surreal mountain ranges and rainforests. Tourists can also take a tour of the comprehensive museum which has about 1000 exhibits and learn more about the park from the short graphic display. Tourists can also indulge in a spa session as well as shop from a wide range of elephant related items.

Points of Interest

A trip to the Elephant Safari Park Bali, you will get to spend time close to nature and also get to interact with the largest herd of Sumatran elephants. You will get to enjoy the elephants plunging into the park lakes while you indulge in taking rides and more.

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elephant feeding and bathing
Elephant Feeding and Bathing

Elephant feeding and bathing is one of the most interesting activities that you can enjoy during your visit to the Elephant Safari Park Bali. This would certainly be your chance to pet and cuddle the mammoth creatures while bathing them. You can ride on their bare backs as they take a splash in the lake. You can capture the stunning snaps of the elephants scrubbing the mud off from their skin and while your loved ones feed them. The elephants in the park mainly eat palm stems but you can also get a fruit basket and treat them.

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Check out the Elephant Museum

Elephant Museum is yet another notable attraction in the Elephant Safari Park Bali. It houses one of the largest collections of the elephant skeletons including the cast replica of the giant mammoth skeleton. During your exploration of the exhibition halls, you will also come across a number of interesting artifacts along with Balinese Kris daggers and many age old carvings of tusks.

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Indulge in Photoshoots

The Elephant Safari Park Bali would offer you zillions of wonderful landscapes that need to be captured. The park is famous for its lush green surroundings and the surrounding mountain ranges and rainforests. During your visit, you can indulge in a private photoshoot with the famous Sumatran elephant who has large tusks. You can capture the snaps of the elephants bathing in the lake as well as feeding on the fruit basket and palm stems. The animals are well trained which means you don’t need to worry about your safety. You can be friendly with them and snap some of the best shots.

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Watch the Elephant Talent Show

Elephant Talent Show is yet another popular attraction in the Elephant Safari Park Bali. It is an exclusive show that lets you have a knowledge of the everyday happenings of these mammoth creatures. You will find these giant elephants in an arena presenting you some fun filled entertainment. The 15 minute long show will give you an insight of their natural behavior as well as their inherited intelligence. The elephants in the park are well trained to present you with some small trucks, shooting basketballs, kicking soccer balls, painting, and swinging hula hoops.

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Know Before You Go Elephant Safari Park

How To Reach
Best Time To Visit
Tips for Visiting
Essential Information

By Car/Scooter: This would be the best way to reach the Elephant Safari Park Bali. You can rent a scooter or a self drive rental car from Ubud to head out on a short drive to the park. It takes about 35 minutes to reach the park from Ubud. You can also take a ride from some of the nearby places like Kuta, Canggu, and Sanur.

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Elephant Safari Park FAQ's

What to carry before going there?

  • Comfortable Outfits

  • Camera

  • Comfortable footwear

  • Sunblock

  • Masks and hand-sanitizer

  • Power bank

What are the timings for the Elephant Ride in Bali?

The timings for the elephant ride in Bali is from 10:00 AM in the morning to 5:00 PM in the evening.

Is it safe to feed elephants by hand?

Yes, it is safe to feed elephants by hand as the activity will be monitored by a well experienced guide. However, you should make sure that you cannot irritate the elephants while feeding them as well as make sure not to present them with something that has got a pungent smell.

Can kids also play with the elephants?

Yes, kids can also play with the elephants in the safari park. When your kids are playing with the elephants, you should keep an eye on their activity, making sure that they don’t intimidate the creatures at all. You should follow all the safety rules specified by your guide to avoid any kind of harsh situations.

Is an elephant ride safe to do?

Yes, an elephant ride is completely safe to try out as the elephants are well trained and you will also be accompanied by well experienced tour guides who will take care of everything.

Can we take photographs with the elephants?

Yes, you can take photographs with the elephants in their natural habitat during their normal day to day activities. You can capture the snaps of the elephants when they are eating their food as well as while they are bathing. You can also test your photography skills with the giant yet humble creatures roaming around in the lush green surroundings.

Are children allowed to ride over elephants?

Yes, children are allowed to ride over elephants in the Elephant Safari Park. The animals are trained as well as the activities are monitored by experienced guides to make sure everything is under control.

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