If you are visiting Bali, Indonesia, one particular place you should not miss is a trip to Bali Safari and Marine Park. Why should you visit this great spot? Well, aside from being the largest safari in Bali, it also has around 400 wild animals that roam within enclosures that are quite similar to their natural habitats.
There are a lot of things to see and do in this part of Bali and families and even couples can greatly enjoy a tour in a safari bus and spot different animals such as African hippos, camels, zebras, blackbucks, deer, baboons, Indian white tigers, and ostriches.
Touring the Safari
Your journey to Bali Safari will start as you go through the man-made habitats of Indonesia, India and Africa on modified safari trams. You will find wild animals as they live naturally in the open range regions from the safety and comfort of the safari tram.
Main exhibits of the safari and park include going through a replica of an ancient Indian fort in the city of Rajasthan called Ranthambore where the white tigers are in. There is also Kampung Gajah or elephant village, which is a sanctuary for retired working elephants.
What you should know during your visit
A trip to the Bali Safari and Marine Park will take most of your day. There is a lot to see and do once there. It is best if you have your transport or even a return transfer to your hotel. Also, make sure to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day as the climate can get hot.