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Elephant Ride Tour

The park meets international standards for animal care and is set in more than two hectares of exotic landscaped botanical gardens, surrounded by national forest. Acclaimed as the World’s Best Elephant Park, facilities include a full Reception and Information Centre, a comprehensive Museum, with a large collection of elephant memorabilia and the only Mammoth Skeleton in South East Asia. A visit to the Elephant Safari Park is a must for any visitor to Bali.

Displays of elephant’s intelligence and their capabilities can be viewed at the park arena and elephants can also be seen painting. Feel like the king of the jungle on a unique 35 minute unforgettable journey through an exciting forested area. Finish the Safari with an exciting elephant splash in the parks bathing lake.

Elephant Ride Tour
» Adult :77 USD   » Children (5-12 yo):55 USD
» Infant (<5 yo):22 USD   » Family (2 Ad + 4 Ch):239 USD
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  • Air conditioned hotel transfers (for booking min. 2 people)
  • Elephant Ride
  • Gourmet buffet lunch
  • Elephant Show
  • Insurance

Park Facilities:

  • Reception Centre with graphic displays of Elephant history and physiology
  • Boutique Gift Shop, featuring a massive range of Elephant related products
  • A 200 seat Restaurant & Bar with spectacular views over the lake and park
  • Snack Bar & Photo Kiosk
  • Museum with 1,000 exhibits and a 15,000 year old Mammoth Skeleton
  • Elephant Arena & Painting Display Area

Visitors Can:

  • Ride Elephants through the cool forest of Taro (additional to entrance fee)
  • Touch and hand feed Elephants
  • Watch Elephants playful bathing rituals
  • Have photos taken with elephants
  • Witness live educational shows and Elephant Painting
  • Enjoy & learn amazing facts from our information centre, museum and from park staff
  • Participate in Children’s mini rides


Did you know?

  • A newborn elephant weighs between 75-115 kilos and is only 100 cm tall at the shoulder.
  • When grown it can weigh from 3000-5000 kilos and end up to 2.5 m tall at the shoulder – which may explain why an elephant cannot jump.
  • However an elephant can run in short bursts of up to 20 miles per hour.
  • For such a big beast it surprisingly only sleeps 4 hours per night.
  • Elephants have a huge heart weighing from 12-21 kilos, beating only at 35 beats per minute

Amazing Appetites

  • Elephants have gargantuan appetites and two-thirds of their day is spent eating.
  • Every day an elephant eats about 250kg of vegetation and drinks up to 83 litres of water.
  • In one year an Elephant drinks 15,500 gallons water and can eat:
    • 1,600 ears of corn
    • 2,000 sweet potatoes
    • 3,000 cabbages, apples, carrots
    • 100,000 pounds of palm fronds
    • 1500 pounds of banana leaves
    • 12,000 pounds of elephant grass

Eye Spy

  • An elephant has long eyelashes and lots of folds in their eyelids, which hamper their vision. They don’t turn their head much so their view of the world is quite narrow.
  • Elephants cannot see in colour nor can they focus properly, which makes our painting elephants even more remarkable.
  • They do however see silhouettes and faded green blue hues.
  • Their eyesight isn’t a handicap though as 60% of their brain is dedicated to sense of smell.

Trunk Tactics

  • The elephant’s trunk is controlled by an astonishing 50,000 muscles – the most gargantuan and versatile limb in nature.
  • Originally a deep-sea beast they used their nasal appendages as snorkels!
  • Their trunks are the most powerful known natural siphon with bristles attached to every single nerve.
  • Elephants use their trunks to hold hands with their friends and are highly tactile and social animals.
  • Their trunks are more versatile than the human hand!
  • It takes 2 years for an elephant’s trunk to become proficient in use.
  • When the trunk is held high an elephant is alert and interested.
  • Elephant’s tusks are actually their incisors or cutting teeth and each tooth is about the size of a football weighing in at about 4.5kg each!

Creature Features

  • Elephant’s leg creases have their own unique identification – just like fingerprints identify humans.
  • Elephant’s tusks are actually their incisors or cutting teeth and each
  • An elephant also crosses its legs – just like humans do when relaxing.
  • An elephant’s brain is approx 3 times the size of a human brain – their temporal lobes are large and well developed and they have remarkable memories.
  • Elephants communicate via low infrasound using 30 different infrasonic sounds to ‘talk’ with each other – these infrasounds are much too low for the human ear to distinguish.
Elephant Ride Tour
» Adult :77 USD   » Children (5-12 yo):55 USD
» Infant (<5 yo):22 USD   » Family (2 Ad + 4 Ch):239 USD
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