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Bali Elephant Holidays

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to book your once-in-a-lifetime trip to Bali – an island paradise of note – it’s arrived! A beautiful island in the Indian Ocean, Bali is unquestionably a jewel of a place.

The island has 33 provinces that make up Indonesia and the northern region comprises a stretch of volcanic mountains that stretches all the way from west to east.

The vast choice of Bali Elephant Safari Holidays allows guests to enjoy unusual sightseeing experiences on the backs of these marvellous pachyderms where you will enjoy exploring Bali from an unusual vantage point.

You will find some of the best elephant safaris at these parks:

  • The Elephant Safari Park:

The Elephant Safari Park is situated in Taro, Ubud and was formally opened in 2000 by the Minister of Tourism. The park is an official member of the World Zoo Association meeting international standards for animal care and is ensconced in more than 2 ha of lush vegetation in addition to eco-tourism landscaped gardens.

A ride on an elephant is a must for any visitor to Bali, and The Elephant Safari Park is a great place to get up close and personal with these exquisite, intelligent animals.

Taro’s Elephant Safari Park situated at the village of Taro is home to Bali’s biggest herd of elephants – 29 in all. These include two babies which are hand-fed.

Here you can watch Sumatran Elephants immersing themselves in the crystal clear lake, and should you want to learn more about these gentle beasts, there are facilities as well as a world-class museum in the part that will educate and inform visitors keen to learn more.

  • Bakas Elephant Tour:

Bakas Elephant Tours take place in Bakas Village, Banjarangkan District, Klungkung Regency where guests can enjoy an unforgettable, exotic tour flanked by natural scenery – all this from the comfort of a teak chair on the back of an elephant.

  • Bali Elephant Camp:

Bali Elephant Camp is located in the village of Carangasari, the birthplace of Bali’s national hero Ngurah Rai. (Lieutenant Colonel Ngurah Rai is an Indonesian national hero who commanded Indonesian armies in Bali against the Dutch during the Indonesian War of Independence and was killed in the Battle of Margarana). 

Bali Elephant Camp is within close proximity to the Sangeh Money Forest.

Elephant rides are organised that will take you along a journey of otherworldly loveliness – picturesque Balinese villages, natural emerald green rice paddies, temples and bustling local markets are some of the sites you will undoubtedly enjoy.

Bali Elephant Camp is well-placed and can be found tucked between the dense jungle and the Ayung River – perhaps one of the most naturally beautiful spots in Bali.

If you would love to watch elephants bathing or learn more about Sumatran Elephants – a Bali Elephant Safari Holiday promises visitors an unforgettable holiday experience. With a year-round tropical climate much like that of Mauritius, and so much to see and do in Bali – whether you are keen on soaking up the sun or seeing the sights, enjoying an elephant safari should be at the top of your things to do when in Bali list – a true memory-maker.