The Safari and Marine Park in Gianyar is one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in Bali. Home to more than 100 animal species the Safari and Marine Park is a complete outdoor package. Wildlife from Indian, African and Indonesian national parks find their place here and can be viewed from the comfort of the safari rides.
West Bali National Park houses over 160 different species of birds, including the exotic white Bali Starling. Some of the other species found in this park include the wild bull, Dollarbird, Java sparrow, Sacred Kingfisher, Wild Boar, flying fox and many more. This national park in Bali also shelters a large variety of rare and near-extinct marine creatures. This fabled island in Bali is undoubtedly worth a visit.
A natural habitat for over 600 Balinese long-tailed monkeys, the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud, Bali serves as a tourist hotspot owing to both its religious and wildlife value. With roughly 115 species of trees combined with the numerous monkeys looking for handouts from tourists, make this quite delightful for the nature-lovers.
The beautiful Bali Bird and Reptile Park is spread over 2 hectares and houses the most extensive collection of birds and reptiles. The exhibits are all divided based on their region of origin. One of Bali Bird and Reptile Park’s mission is to breed endangered species of birds in captivity, in order to preserve the species. The Bali Bird Park also implements a practical biosecurity system that looks after the safety of the bird collection, staff as well as visitors.
Do let us known your opinion about these amazing national parks in Bali in the comment section below.