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Half-Day Bali Zoo Explorer Tour Including Hotel Transfer and Lunch

Half-Day Bali Zoo Explorer Tour Including Hotel Transfer and Lunch - Gianyar, Indonesia
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$58.88

Bali's first and only zoological park is a wondrous place where you can learn the behavior of over 500 rare and exotic animals in a lush, tropical environment.

A park where you can participate in fascinating animal adventure activities, some of which are unique experiences of their kind in Indonesia. 

The half day experience starts with pickup at your hotel at around 8:30am with an approximately one-hour transfer to the park.
After walk around the zoo tour you can enjoy having a splish splash playing at the outdoor Jungle Splash Waterplay for your refreshment.

Afterward, it is time to enjoy your buffet lunch in Gayo Restaurant at Kampung Sumatra.

Transfer back to your hotel at around 2pm.

Kampung Sumatra sprawls over four hectares of tropical landscape. The new area is accessible via double-decker safari-style bus that transports guests back and forth from the zoo main zone to Kampung Sumatra.

The Bali Zoo opened in 2002 as the island’s first and only Balinese-owned zoological park.

Bali's first and only zoological park is a wondrous place where you can learn the behavior of over 500 rare and exotic animals in a lush, tropical environment.

A park where you can participate in fascinating animal adventure activities, some of which are unique experiences of their kind in Indonesia. 

The half day experience starts with pickup at your hotel at around 8:30am with an approximately one-hour transfer to the park.
After walk around the zoo tour you can enjoy having a splish splash playing at the outdoor Jungle Splash Waterplay for your refreshment.

Afterward, it is time to enjoy your buffet lunch in Gayo Restaurant at Kampung Sumatra.

Transfer back to your hotel at around 2pm.

Kampung Sumatra sprawls over four hectares of tropical landscape. The new area is accessible via double-decker safari-style bus that transports guests back and forth from the zoo main zone to Kampung Sumatra.

The Bali Zoo opened in 2002 as the island’s first and only Balinese-owned zoological park.

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Breakfast with the Orangutans at Bali Zoo

Breakfast with the Orangutans at Bali Zoo - Gianyar, Indonesia
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$54.00

Start the most important meal of the day with our adorable Orangutan at their playground. Breakfast in the zoo might be a common thing, but breakfast with Orangutan? That would be one kind of an experience! ... More info ›

Start the most important meal of the day with our adorable Orangutan at their playground. Breakfast in the zoo might be a common thing, but breakfast with Orangutan? That would be one kind of an experience!. The first in Indonesia, Bali Zoo launched a unique Breakfast with Orangutan experience. Now, guests are not only able to enjoy breakfast like a king, but also with kings of the jungle: Orangutans..

Head over to Gayo Restaurant at Kampung Sumatra, see the orangutans play in the playground. Other fauna’s will also be joining the hearty breakfast. A scrumptious breakfast is served during Breakfast with Orangutan. Start with assorted tropical fruits or fruit juice, followed by freshly baked bread, and optional choices of main course that ranged from Fried Rice, Buttermilk pancake, Classic Cereals and more. Complete your morning with a cup of Balinese coffee or warm English breakfast tea to compote a perfect ending to your breakfast quest.

Breakfast in the zoo might be a common thing, but breakfast with Orangutan? That would be one kind of an experience! As the first one in Indonesia, Bali Zoo has launched a ‘Breakfast with Orangutans’ program. Now, guests are not only able to eat breakfast like a king, but also with some of the kings in the jungle: orangutans. The package comes with a hotel pick-up around 7 a.m., and the van that picks up the guests will then head straight to the zoo. Once arrived, guests can still breath the fresh air of Gianyar, feel the breeze, embrace the light morning fog, and hear the chirpy birds and other animals that are just awake and ready to snooze off your sleepy mode on.

The Zookeeper will guide guests to Gayo Restaurant at Kampung Sumatra, see the orangutans play in the playground. Other fauna’s will also be joining the hearty breakfast. A scrumptious breakfast is served during Breakfast with Orangutan. Start with assorted tropical fruits or fruit juice, followed by freshly baked bread, and optional choices of main course that ranged from Fried Rice, Buttermilk pancake, Classic Cereals and more. Complete your morning with a cup of Balinese coffee or warm English breakfast tea to compote a perfect ending to your breakfast quest.

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Zoo Admission with Revitalization Treatment Spa

Zoo Admission with Revitalization Treatment Spa - Gianyar, Indonesia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$48.00

A tempting pairing of a wildlife and wellness experiences.

Reinvigorate your physical and psychological condition, after a long wildlife adventure at our newly open The Sanctoo Spa and Wellness, where you will easily relieve your tension and stiffness. The arts of touch and pressure will instill a new energy into your body and mind, at the end will lead you to the world of total rejuvenation and relaxation ... More info ›

A tempting pairing of a wildlife and wellness experiences.

Reinvigorate your physical and psychological condition, after a long wildlife adventure at our newly open The Sanctoo Spa and Wellness, where you will easily relieve your tension and stiffness. The arts of touch and pressure will instill a new energy into your body and mind, at the end will lead you to the world of total rejuvenation and relaxation. A friendly buggy driver will pick you up and escort you to the path heading to wooden bridge above the Wos river gorge, ends up at the naturally curved small land, where you will see the unique setting of the Sanctoo Spa & Wellness. An holistic and integrated approach where you will hardly ever find.

Reinvigorate your physical and psychological condition, after a long wildlife adventure at our newly open The Sanctoo Spa and Wellness, where you will easily relieve your tension and stiffness. The arts of touch and pressure will instill a new energy into your body and mind, at the end will lead you to the world of total rejuvenation and relaxation.

A friendly buggy driver will pick you up and escort you to the path heading to wooden bridge above the Wos river gorge, ends up at the naturally curved small land, where you will see the unique setting of the Sanctoo Spa & Wellness. An holistic and integrated approach where you will hardly ever find.

Finally, The Sanctoo Dining Option will offer a one-course light meal and ends up with freshly infused ginger tea – a holistic benefits of organic raw food and are designed into a delectable and visually appealing menu.

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Dinner with The Great Elephant

Dinner with The Great Elephant - Gianyar, Indonesia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$51.00

As the day cools, the sun sets, and twilight takes over, prepare yourself for a completely unique island adventure where you are invited to enjoy Bali Zoo’s latest animal and performance attraction – Dinner With The Great Elephants.  Dinner With the Great Elephants will allow you to observe our gentle giants bathe and play on their playground before siting down to a sumptuous buffet dinner at Gayo Restaurant situated next to our Sumatran elephants followed by two inspiring cultural dance performances. 

As you arrive at Bali Zoo for check in, you’ll first pass through our brand new spacious Deer Park exhibit featuring our collection of Bawean, Sitatunga, Kijang, Timor and Javan Rusa deer.  From the Zoo you will take a short double decker bus ride to our 100-year old traditional Sumatran buffalo house (kandangkerbau) drop off point.  After disembarking at our grand 4-hectare Kampung Sumatra wildlife exhibit area, you will be invited to participate in our Elephant Encounter session that includes taking photos and hand feeding dozen Sumatran elephants that are currently classified as critically endangered by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).  These gentle giants are from the Elephant Conservation Center in Palembang, Sumatra (the northern-most island of Indonesia) where they were rescued from habitat loss and human persecution. 

Before heading to dinner at Gayo Restaurant you’ll continue your tour with a visit to the Sumatran tiger, tapir and sun bear exhibits as well as a stop at our nocturnal animal encounter session located at the nearby waterfall area.  Dinner is served from 6:30 – 8:30pm but guests are able to join at any time during these hours.  After choosing from a large variety of soup, salad and grilled items from the lavish buffet you’ll be seated at tables just a few meters away from a small herd of six elephants adorned in colorful fabrics inspired by the decorated royal pachyderms of India, all accompanied by their mahouts in traditional Sumatran costume, andall perfectly set up for photo taking opportunities. 

At 7:30pm our troupe of elephants will lead in the performers for a Saman dance (the Dance of a Thousand Hands) on the Green Stage before temporarily exiting the area at 8:20pm.  Saman is a fast paced traditional dance from the Gayo ethnic group of Sumatra that is usually performed to commemorate important occasions.  Our elephants return at 8:30pm with a parade leading in the performers for the next attraction – a 20-minute fire dance inspired by the legendary great battle between the Hanoman, the white monkey god, and Ravana, the great King of Lanka, as told in the Hindu epic poem, the Ramayana.

The programme for the evening ends at 9pm with a photo session with our troupe of elaborately attired dancers.  A perfect conclusion and souvenir moment for an elephant dinner date guests will surely remember.

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As the day cools, the sun sets, and twilight takes over, prepare yourself for a completely unique island adventure where you are invited to enjoy Bali Zoo’s latest animal and performance attraction – Dinner With The Great Elephants.  Dinner With the Great Elephants will allow you to observe our gentle giants bathe and play on their playground before siting down to a sumptuous buffet dinner at Gayo Restaurant situated next to our Sumatran elephants followed by two inspiring cultural dance performances. 

As you arrive at Bali Zoo for check in, you’ll first pass through our brand new spacious Deer Park exhibit featuring our collection of Bawean, Sitatunga, Kijang, Timor and Javan Rusa deer.  From the Zoo you will take a short double decker bus ride to our 100-year old traditional Sumatran buffalo house (kandangkerbau) drop off point.  After disembarking at our grand 4-hectare Kampung Sumatra wildlife exhibit area, you will be invited to participate in our Elephant Encounter session that includes taking photos and hand feeding dozen Sumatran elephants that are currently classified as critically endangered by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).  These gentle giants are from the Elephant Conservation Center in Palembang, Sumatra (the northern-most island of Indonesia) where they were rescued from habitat loss and human persecution. 

Before heading to dinner at Gayo Restaurant you’ll continue your tour with a visit to the Sumatran tiger, tapir and sun bear exhibits as well as a stop at our nocturnal animal encounter session located at the nearby waterfall area.  Dinner is served from 6:30 – 8:30pm but guests are able to join at any time during these hours.  After choosing from a large variety of soup, salad and grilled items from the lavish buffet you’ll be seated at tables just a few meters away from a small herd of six elephants adorned in colorful fabrics inspired by the decorated royal pachyderms of India, all accompanied by their mahouts in traditional Sumatran costume, andall perfectly set up for photo taking opportunities. 

At 7:30pm our troupe of elephants will lead in the performers for a Saman dance (the Dance of a Thousand Hands) on the Green Stage before temporarily exiting the area at 8:20pm.  Saman is a fast paced traditional dance from the Gayo ethnic group of Sumatra that is usually performed to commemorate important occasions.  Our elephants return at 8:30pm with a parade leading in the performers for the next attraction – a 20-minute fire dance inspired by the legendary great battle between the Hanoman, the white monkey god, and Ravana, the great King of Lanka, as told in the Hindu epic poem, the Ramayana.

The programme for the evening ends at 9pm with a photo session with our troupe of elaborately attired dancers.  A perfect conclusion and souvenir moment for an elephant dinner date guests will surely remember.

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Bali Zoo General Admission Ticket

Bali Zoo General Admission Ticket - Gianyar, Indonesia

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$29.25

Purchase single admission tickets to the Bali Zoo and avoid lines!

Bali's first and only zoological park is a wondrous place where you can learn the behavior of over 450 rare and exotic animals in a lush, tropical environment.

Inspired by the nature and culture of Indonesia’s largest island Sumatra, Kampung Sumatra present grand wildlife exhibit that houses a variety of exotic Sumatran animals including elephants, tigers, orangutans, sunbears and more ... More info ›

Purchase single admission tickets to the Bali Zoo and avoid lines!

Bali's first and only zoological park is a wondrous place where you can learn the behavior of over 450 rare and exotic animals in a lush, tropical environment.

Inspired by the nature and culture of Indonesia’s largest island Sumatra, Kampung Sumatra present grand wildlife exhibit that houses a variety of exotic Sumatran animals including elephants, tigers, orangutans, sunbears and more. Spacious walking paths, garden plazas, showcase areas, water features, and a restaurant encircles the exhibit interior. Striking feature of Kampung Sumatra is the elephant pool, the largest in Indonesia measuring 1000m2 fenced by lime stone elephant relief wall inspired by the ruins of Angkor Wat. The central poolisa site to view thirteen Sumatran pachyderms bathing, swimming, feeding and lazing about.

The Bali Zoo opened in 2002 as the island’s first and only Balinese-owned zoological park.                              

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Private Ubad Ubud Spiritual Healer

Private Ubad Ubud Spiritual Healer - Gianyar, Indonesia

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Gianyar, Indonesia

From USD
$27.09

Relax during this private workshop where you will get to get in-touch with your spirituality. Your local healer will help you relax and cleanse your aura.

Have you ever heard of a medicine man or spiritual healer? 
Healers are the ones who get the advantages of spirituality and most of us help people to heal themselves on their spiritual road ... More info ›

Relax during this private workshop where you will get to get in-touch with your spirituality. Your local healer will help you relax and cleanse your aura.

Have you ever heard of a medicine man or spiritual healer? 
Healers are the ones who get the advantages of spirituality and most of us help people to heal themselves on their spiritual road. Everyone has problems, complaints against health and curiosities about the future. 

I open my house to the public because I want to help others through accessing their spirituality, I opened my home to the public and people who want to do the healing. I was born and raised within the beautiful and serene traditional Tengkulak Village. I have been helping local Balinese people for over 15 years and now I opened my home to non-residentals of many different nationalities.

What this experience will get you is relaxation, happiness andchopefully I can help to answer all your questions and make you more relaxed after going through the healing process.

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