Bali Zoo Tour

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Get “Zoological” with Wildlife in Paradise The Bali Zoo invites the public to get “Zoological” with Wildlife in Paradise. At the Bali Zoo, getting Zoological isn’t just about having exotic animals in eco-friendly habitants, nor is it only about allowing guest to be interactive and hands-on, feeding and riding elephants, petting deer, playing with rabbits, and getting up close and personal in holding snakes, baby crocodiles, and bear-cats, nor is it just about seeing birds shows and lions, tigers and bears up close, it’s all of these things and more. “For Bali Zoo, being Zoological is part of our process for creating places and spaces for animals and our guests to enjoy the interaction and connection we have with all living things on the planet, in order to learn to fully appreciate our place in the planet,” says General Manager, Lesmana Putra. To get Zoological at the Bali Zoo, there are many fun, interactive, programs. Here’s just a few of them: “Dine with the Lions” at WANA Restaurant, Lounge & Bar : is open to the public, with no admission to the zoo required. This restaurant is next to our spacious and open Lion habitant, allowing you an interrupted panoramic view, while enjoying a fine Indonesian and western inspired menu. The perfect stop on any trip between Ubud and the South of Bali, to make a full Bali day, feel even fuller. Open daily from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm. “Take Care of an Elephant” at Mahout for a Day: This one of kind of unique experience is truly interactive as you take care of a Sumatran elephant as part your day at the zoo. It’s the only program like this available in Indonesia. Where participants will learn how to bathe and scrub an elephant, train an elephant and then learn how to drive one, taking it out for test-rides through-out the day, including a 45 minute Elephant Expedition. “Fun and Friendly” Petting Zoo: Children of all ages can stay as long as they like in our domesticated animal pen to enjoy petting and feeding our cuddly rabbits, and friendly Timor Deer, and horses. “Get Romantic” at Night at the Zoo: Imagine those times when man lived in the jungles of the world, and each evening, the uncertainty of darkness would fall to both man and animal. Begin by feeding the elephants as they are at their most playful at the end of the day. Then get to hold and take pictures with Borneo bear cats, pythons and a freshwat

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  • Jl. Raya Singapadu Banjar Seseh Sukawati Batuan Sukawati Gianyar Bali, Singapadu, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia
  • (0361) 294357
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