It is not a safari - it is just a zoo and not a big one as well. You don't really see much of the animals. The animal shows are ok, but very rushed and squeezed in time.
They don't allow to bring any food and beverages to the territory of the park, even water or small snacks (your bags will be searched to make sure) and then charge you almost 10 times more.Akshay Chordiya
All the animal shows are worth watching. The environment is really great with nature and cultural buildings to watch.
Just the food wasn't good inside, other than that it's a great place to visit.i putu adi pratama
You could see Indonesian animal biodiversity there. Started from Sumatran Elephant until West Papuan Cendrawasih.
There are also animals that come from India and Afrika such as white tiger and white rhinos.
Beside watching animal on their wildlife you could see some animal show such as tiger, elephant and bird show.
There is also an epic theater show to close your journey.Umar Mehmood
Bali safari offers a complementary pick and drop service from your hotel. We were picked up right on schedule and taken to the safari where the driver helped us with the logistics. I bought the rhino package which accompanied a complementary breakfast and VIP lounge. Thereafter we went around the park and watched the various animal shows which were fantastic. Animals seemed happy and it was definitely a unique experience. The elephant ride was fun and so was the safari. I only wish they had larger animals - all of the animals were very young. That took away from the excitement. The eateries all closed before the park closed too which was inconvenient.Luke Chaffey
Well the park itself is actually really good. Seeing the animals, riding & feeding the elephants, seeing the feedings, swimming at the waterpark is all great.
However, it's quite a pricey exercise for a day out, with it being an hour away from Seminyak (so taxi out/back), and then tickets to get in. You can't bring your own food/drinks into the park.
The main thing that's disappointing is the fact it's called Bali Safari & Marine park, but the whole Marine park section is being built still... Pretty misleading.Eka Yuliana
I like the animal show.. especially tiger show..
Just 135.000 IDR book via web..
You can find on internet. Because if you buy ticket on the spot. You paid 150rb IDRRhi Swart
Had a great day here. It was expensive for the packages but worth it. It is a bit of a hike from seminyak but we booked a private car so it was good as they waited for us to take us home.
We went on the first safari journey for the day at 10am so all the animals were out and about eating breakfast (i guess you could say) so got to see alot of them. The tour guide was also a hoot and had a lot of knowledge about all the animals and always had some pretty good jokes. We didnt see any of the other shows as we just walked ourselfs around the park and checked everything out. We had a buffet lunch included in our package and was reasonable food. We got a picture with a bearcat 'missy' which is the coolest animal ever. They printed it out and put it in a frame for $10 aus we also were allowed to take our own photos of the other animals like feeding the elephant's etc and they took professional photos too but you didnt have to purchase. There is a fun zone for children and a waterpark too but we didnt spend much time in there and some things were closed for maintenance which was a shame because we would of liked to give the jungle journey a go but oh well. We spent 4hrs in total here but if we had kids could of spent alot more.nicolas piellard
We hesitated quite a lot to go. Mainly because of the 1h driving to go from Seminyak with 2 kids.
But we went eventually and we were glad we did.
It is expensive ( 160AUD for 2 adults ... the 2 kids under 3 didn't pay but it you have 2 kids above 3 it makes it 250AUD !!) especially if you compare to a normal zoo.
Not sure the fun zone ( water park) makes up for this price ... we didn't go as there is enough to do on the zoo side to fill up the day
We were welcome by a traditionnal show quickly followed by the pirana feeding. All the show are then following each other closely 10:30am, 11am, 11:20am, 12pm ...
We loved the tiger show and the elephant one, enjoyed the 30min "safari" tour which is more like a train going from one enclosed area to the other. But still ... the lion came very close, the antilop were running and jumping all over the place, the ostreich came to say Hi ....
We took a photo with the Ouran Outan and the weird one ( can't remember the name) and missed the lion. I guess taking a photo with a lion mean that it was severly sedated. But the photo we looked at were pretty impressive.
It was good to be able to get our own photo and not to pay for their professionnal one. They even took our camera to take more photo
The staff is insisting a lot on the conservation of the animal and the respect that we need to pay to them.
They look ok in general.
A very good surprise was the food. We were expecting some shoking / expensive food and we got some nive japanse meal ( oyakodon, okonomiyaki, adamame, teriyaki chicken ...) for a very decent price.
My wife did a bit of balinese dancing ... but it looks like she was the only one of the day doing it :)
A long day for the kids but a lot of souvenirs for sureCarissa Joho
I quite enjoyed a day here. Facility is nice and all the animals seem to be treated nicely. Most of them roam around in a safari area. They have a few shows throughout the day that are entertaining. You have to pay extra for an elephant ride or safari tour. The zoo isn't massive and you could do it all easily in half a day.Sam Rains
Review is for the Night Safari part which is defiantly not worth the money. Wow for the price we paid I was expecting great things from this tour as I love animals and have been to many zoos around the world and this was by far one of the most dissapointing for the price. We start off by being told night we wanted was full thats fine change to another night we are told be there by 445 bus leaves at 5pm we got there early at 430 to pay etc and bus does not arrive until after 530 then we begin out 1hr 40min bus ride in an uncomfortable bus to the park, we then wait in a vip room with either a free juice or water and get loaded row by row into a tram thing that takes us to start our night walk. The keeper was informative and very friendly, the walk lasts 10mins you see a few animals along the way some up close but nothing to fancy I enjoyed the white tiger spotting though. Then we got handed over to our coordinator who didnt really explain what was happening we arrived just as the fire show started and because of the lack of any seating we had to stand and then ferried quickly to the animal encounter which was very rushed and we weren't even told what animal we were meeting. Some of our group then went to the buffet while we had to ask what we were doing, turns out the safari tour great finally. It turned out to be about a ten min ride and while seeing the tigers up close (be careful though as they will drop raw meat on you) and feeding the zebras for a minute that really is where the fun ended. We then got back to the holding area and finally now at like 9pm it was dinner time we get to the buffet there is like three choices - all disgustingly cold we couldn't eat and a few slices of fruit. The other peope in our group also had cold food who were eating before us so god knows how long the food was sitting out for. You relly had to drive yourself there to be there early enough to be able to eat the bland food warm. Then back to waiting more for the bus back to the drop point which took a long time as well. Finally the night was over with the walk back to the hotel and being exhausted after our long expensive experience and not getting a whole lot out of except the friendlyness of all the staff involved. If we had paid a more reasonable price and the food was eatable I feel it would have been a much better experience