Elephant Safari Park
Elephant Safari Park is one of Bali’s most visited tourist attraction dedicated to let tourists interact with gentle giants, the elephants.
Home to luscious, green trees, botanical gardens, and 31 Sumatran elephants, Elephant Safari Park is the place to visit if you want to have an up-close and interactive experience with the elephants. Guests won’t only learn more about the enormous mammals; they can also observe the animals as they play, eat, take a dip in the lake, and even paint! Tourists are also given the chance to touch, feed, and take pictures with the elephants.
Elephant Safari Park is located at Taro, Tegelalang, Indonesia.
Opening Days and Hours
Park is open from 8:00 to 18:00.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Admission to the park costs IDR 295,000 (USD 20.65) for adults, IDR 155,000 (USD 10.85) for children, and IDR 77,000 (USD 5.39) for infants. You have to pay an additional charge ranging from IDR 249,000 to IDR 950,000 (USD 17.43 to USD 66.50).
How to Get There
- From Denpasar Airport, take the bus to Ubud.
- From Ubud Town Center, hire a taxi or a scooter (USD 5) that will bring you to the Elephant Safari Park.
- Solo Travelers/ Backpackers
Time to Spend
The ideal time to spend inside the park is 2 to 3 hours.
- Elephant Back Ride
- Elephant Show
- Elephant Safari Ride
Popularity and Best Time to Go
Beat the crowd and the scorching heat of the sun by starting your trip to the park at 8:00 in the morning.
Indulge in Indonesian and other Asian delicacies at nearby restaurants such as Park Restaurant, Koko Bambu Restaurant, D’alas Warung, and The Puhu Restaurant.
- Ubud Monkey Forest
- Goa Gajah
- Puri Lukisan Museum
Find the best accommodation from a number of hotels and inns available near Elephant Safari Park. Hotels such as On Ham Retreat and Resort, Hati Patti Cottages, Pajar House, Villa Sarna, and Villa Wendang offer rooms at rates ranging from USD 30 to USD 100.