Bali Bird Park hosts the largest collection of Indonesian birds, plus many species from South America and Africa. Bali Reptile Park is located directly beside its bird counterpart and hosts an amazing amount of slippery, slimy creatures!
The best thing about the Bali Bird and Reptile Park is its conservation efforts. It’s home to many endangered species including the Bali Starling, one of the rarest birds in the world. This is the perfect place to take the kids for an excursion. Wondering what activities you and the rest of the family can enjoy at the Bali Bird and Reptile Park? Check out our list below:
Check Out Different Birds
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The park’s main attraction is, of course, the many colorful bird species. The park features both indigenous birds such as the Javan Myna and the Starling, as well as birds found in other parts of the globe like the Purple Swamphen Australian Pelican, Ringneck White Dove, Emerald Ground Dove and so much more. The birds roam freely all over the park. They are protected by aviaries and individual enclosures.
Free Flight Bird Show
One of the highlights at the park is the bird show. During the show, different birds fly overheard, coloring the the sky. Some birds will showcase their many tricks. Don’t worry, the show is done in a safe, controlled environment.
Birds of Prey Show
Some birds are pretty, others are fierce. From eagles to falcons, owls to hawks, birds of prey are also featured in the park. The show presents the amazing hunting skills and gracefulness of these predatory birds as they swoop down on a dummy target! This is an amazing show for kids of all ages.
4D Avian Theater
The 4D Theater is one of the newest attractions at the Bali Bird and Reptile Park. Informative movies about wildlife are played in an air-conditioned theater through 4D technology. We recommend watching the “Rilly’s Sky Adventure”. The movie tells the story of a young duck named Rilly and his journey into migration to the south for the winter!
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Dragons do not just exist in books and legends. There are living, breathing dragons in Indonesia! The Komodo dragon is one fearsome beast. This giant reptile is part of the reserve’s main attraction. The kids can watch the keepers feed these fascinating creatures. The park also features a wide array of reptiles and amphibians such as turtles, crocodiles and pythons. Some of these animals are living in the horticultural gardens.
Here’s something to remind you of your trip: go to the Guyu-Guyu corner and have your picture taken with a colorful macaw or cockatoos! At the Guyu-Guyu corner, tourists can also pet the colorful Eclectus Parrot couple and wreathed hornbills.
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