One of Bali's most exclusive nature parks, Bali Bird Park features acres of forest landscape that have been transformed into a refuge resembling a natural habitat, where some of the world's rarest birds inhabit. Right from Bali Starling, to Serpent eagles, Congo grey Parrot and Scarlet Macaws there are about 250 different bird species; over 2000 tropical plants, and 1000 birds, in the park. Your Bali Bird Park Tickets will take you on a fantastic tour of exploring South America, Java, Borneo, Sumatra, South Africa, Papua, and Bali, the seven regions that make up the park.
Your journey through the park will take you from the Sumatran and Indonesian jungle to the African savannah and the Australian outback. Cassowaries, macaws, toucans, parrots, kookaburras, crested-cranes, storks, owls, and pelicans are just a few of the many birds you'll see. You can watch birds being fed, free-flighting, and birds of prey in a daily show at the zoo. For these magnificent nocturnal creatures, there is even an owl house, and native plants which are used to mimic the birds’ natural habitats.
The tour would also include a visit to the nearby reptile park, to check out 8-metre reticulated pythons, monitor lizards, and Komodo dragons in their natural habitat. Also, you will enjoy feeding the Komodo Dragons and the world's longest-billed Pelicans in the lush green surroundings; besides watching birds such as Eclectus parrot couple, cockatoo and others flying across the innovative ecosystems while they perch on your shoulders and pose for the camera.
Observe the enchanted free flight performances, such as Bali rainforest and Basic Instincts, showcasing Macaws, Cockatoos, Eagles, Kites, Owls, Falcons, etc. with Bali Bird Park Tickets.
Entertaining bird films are shown in a climate-controlled 4 Dimension Theatre.
Join the keeper in feeding the direct offspring of dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons.
Make the most of the Guyu Guyu Corner that offers a photo opportunity with sociable cockatoos, macaws, wreathed hornbills, and an Eclectus parrot couple.
Behold the exquisiteness of the Papua Rainforest's assortment of rare Papua birds.
Feed the rainbow-colored lorries with nectar, toss fish to the pelicans, and meet the park's cocky avian celebrities.
Savour scrumptious local and international specialties in a pristine setting at the Bali Bird Park.
Jl. Serma Cok Ngurah Gambir Singapadu, Batubulan, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582, Indonesia* Activity Timings:
The park is open Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5:30 PM* Activity Duration:
The duration of the activity is 8 hours 30 minutes.
The most convenient and cost-effective way to get to Bali Bird Park is by car. The park is located near Batubulan on the road to Ubud. Driving time from Nusa Dua is one hour, and driving time from Jimbaran, Kuta, and Sanur is 30-45 minutes.
Get your hand stamped to verify your identity, besides carrying your Bali Bird Park Tickets so that you can enter and exit the park on the same day.
Use only that food which is provided by the park to feed the park's bird population.
Do not bring in food or beverages from outside the park as visitors are not allowed to. Also, because it is possible to enjoy fine dining at the park's restaurants.
To avoid any kind of public commotion and long lines, it is best to purchase tickets online.
The Bali Bird Park will provide a free tour guide for your large group of 20 or more if you request one.
You should stay near Ubud if you are visiting Bali for the first time because the park is easily accessible from Ubud.
Taking a taxi or renting a car is a better option than relying on public transport.
You'll need at least three hours to see everything in the park, so plan accordingly.
You will not be permitted to re-enter the park with the same tickets after you have left the venue.
Strollers and wheelchairs are welcome to join in on this fun activity.
You'll get a response right away after booking the Bali Bird Park Tickets. If you have not received a confirmation of your reservation, please contact the faculty right away.
There will be no refunds given for cancellations made less than 24 hours before a selected activity time.
The term "fixed day ticket" refers to a ticket that can only be repaid on the specific date for which it was purchased; it cannot be used on a future date.
At the time of arrival, all foreign citizens must provide their passport and visa information.
Children ages 0-2 are free to enter the park, while children ages 2-12 are charged the child price.
What activities are covered in Bali Bird Park Tickets?
There are a variety of activities included with the Bali Bird Park Tickets and these include: viewing of the Basic Instincts Bird of Prey Show alongside Lory and Pelican's feeding; head to a Bali rainforest-type area and enjoy display of free-flight birds of prey. Other than these activities you can see a real-life Komodo dragon and meet the stars of the show, the birds besides having a whale of a time at the Guyu-Guyu corner and the 4D movie Theater.
What is the best time to book Bali Bird Park Tickets?
The best time to book Bali Bird Park Tickets is during June to September because these months are the driest, and you will not have to put up with torrential rains.
Where is Bali Bird Park located?
The Bali Bird Park is in Batubulan, beside Gianyar Regency which is on the way from Ngurah Rai Airport to Ubud. It's only 20 minutes from Sanur and 40 minutes from Kuta by car.
Can I have a photoshoot with birds?
Absolutely yes, you can have a customised photo shoot with a variety of birds here. You are also allowed to bring your camera so you can take amazing pictures.
Is Bali Bird Park safe for children?
Bali Bird Park is a great place to take your children if you want them to learn more about the diversity of bird species around the globe. Besides learning about birds, kids can also get up close and personal with them during feeding sessions or observe bird shows that showcase the unique behaviour of each bird species.
How many species of birds are present in the Bali Bird Park?
Over 1,000 birds representing 250 different species are present in the Bali Bird Park from not just Indonesia but also Africa, Latin America, and Australia.