The Bird Park of Bali is simply superb and is an ideal place to learn about these beautiful creatures closely. The Bali Bird Park is spread over two hectares of area in the botanical garden. The park provides shelter to almost 1000 birds of 250 different species.
The Bali bird Park is the largest collection of Indonesian Birds in Indonesia and also comprises of birds from other areas of the world all of which are tropical and a beautiful sigh to behold. The bird park is located in the Gianyar region which in the south east of the island just above Sanur and due east of Denpasar it is possible and easiest to reach The Bali Bird Park via the By pass road that leads up the east coast and when traveling along this road there are many sign posts that will lead you clearly to the bird park. The bird park opens at 09.00 and is open until 17.30 everyday apart from on a selection of Balinese holidays including Nyepi.
Apart from many exotic birds, the Bali Bird Park also has an amazing collection of flora. You will find more then 2000 tropical plants including 50 varieties of palms in this park. Watch various activities of Javan Hawk and Serpent Eagles and listen to the sweet sounds of other birds in this park. The Bali Bird Park is also the breeding place of Cassowaries, Cranes, Storks and Pelicans. Beside different kind of birds, rare Komodo Dragons also inhabit this park.
The prices of Admission are very reasonable for the days viewing of the park and there is a family package ticket available that makes this experience even more worth while although remember that the money you pay goes to the wages of those who are helping to conserve Bali’s indigenous birds as well as towards The Bali bird Park's project itself. Infants enter free of charge there I no prior booking necessary just turn up at your own convenience. There are many facilities including first aid, a gift and souvenirs shop, full disabled access to all areas and a large parking area with a security guard on the front door. There are also refreshments and a restroom although be informed that any pets are not allowed to enter The Bali bird Park.
The park itself is separated into different areas including zones of the Indonesian Archipelago and south and Latin America with no boundaries as you walk through the natural habitats of some of the worlds most beautiful and unusual birds. There are the jungle birds of Bali including the rarest bird in the world, the Bali Starling as well as the birds of Papua and Far East Indonesia as well as some of the lizard life including the Komodo dragon that is a descendent of the dinosaurs. See birds from all types of habitats such as stalks and water dwelling birds in a man made mangrove as well as some birds that live in the dry areas and the Javanese song birds as well as Sumatran and Borneo Birds and discover the huge variation in the bird life of Indonesia. Another interesting fact about Indonesia that effects the bird life as well as all other life is the Wallace Line that runs between Bali and Lombok and splits Indonesia into two different types of flora and fauna which of Asian descendance and Australasian descendance that were not able to meet when the landmasses where divided tectonically millions of years ago. Learn more about the effect of this on Indonesia’s incredible Bio diversity across its land and especially along the Wallace line. The bird park is a perfect day out for the entire family of any travelers who are interested in this type of thing.
Bali Reptile Park.
Bali’s Rimba Reptile Park is located adjacent to the Bali Bird Park, and has the most complete collection of reptiles in Southeast Asia. At a length of 8 meters, their reticulated python is easily the largest snake in captivity. There is also an extensive collection of Indonesian monitor lizards in addition to the world renown Komodo dragons. Also there is an open-air area where guests are encouraged to interact with the tame iguanas, crocodile monitors, water monitors, and tortoises. In the serpent cave you will find the largest collection of venomous snakes in the world. They’ve got ‘em all!! Bali Reptile Park for the wild at heart
Bali Bird Park & Ubud Tours
Tour with Lunch, start at 9:00 (approximately 7 hrs)
- This excursion takes you to the village of Ubud, an area that is rich with art, culture and tradition and give you a chance to explore Bali completely in short time. First we stop at the stone carving village of Batubulan to see the Barong Dance performed on the open stage. stop is Celuk, a village where silver and goldsmiths produce delicate jewelery and other ornate pieces using traditional tools. Next we visit Bali Bird Park, heaven on earth where 1000 birds, 250 species live in their natural habitat make your imagination fly in one great experience, Mas home to a clan of woodcarvers who spend their days producing art products for export and sacred objects of religious significance.then drive to Ubud for Your lunch time, the cozy place where the visitors will be pampered by the most scenic terrace rice field views and the unspoiled greeneries. In Ubud you will have the opportunity to explore the gallery lined streets as well as the traditional market place where different kinds of handicrafts are sold.
Bali Bird Park & Tanah Lot Sunset Tour
Tour with Dinner, start at 13:00 (approximately 7 hours)
- This afternoon tour will lead you to a real journey back to nature experience, passing by Tohpati and Batubulan which is famous for center of Batik and stone carving, one you can find the villager at work a long the road carving the stone for house, hotel, temple decoration even more for art stuffs. Then we will enter a fascinating world of exotic sights and sounds.....at Bali's stunning Bird Park. A cast of hundreds of the world's rarest and most beautiful birds greet you as you stroll through tropical gardens; highly endangered endemic Bali Starlings, South American Macaws and Australian Cockatoos in their kaleidoscopic plumage, stately African Crowned Cranes and Tanzanian Flamingos milling serenely by the waters edge and Pelicans floating quietly in shimmering lotus ponds, are just some of the marvelous sights.
After enjoying and interacting with thousands of birds that live in their natural habitat, the next stop is "Tanah Lot Temple " perched on the rock withstanding the pounding waves the Indian Ocean , a few lonely Hindu shrines commemorate the arrival of Hinduism in Bali. The scene is particularly spectacular at sunset, when the image of the temple is silhouetted by the fading rays of daylight as you partake in dinner.
US$ 50 net/person
Child : US$ 30 net/person
Rate Inclusion :
- Air-conditioning transfer
- Speaking Guide (English, Japanese and other language are based on availability)
- One time Lunch at restaurant
- Entrance Fee in each tourism places
- Park Admission Fee
- Park Rangers
- One bottle of mineral water
- Insurance cover up to USD 50.000
Park Entrance Ticket
Entrance ticket only Price: US$ 20 net/Adult and US$ 10 net/Child
For day or half day tour bookings to the Place please contact Ketut Maryana at DriversBali.com
Phone: +62 81 2397 7705 (Mr. Ketut Maryana)