Bali Reptile Park
Welcome to Bali's Jurassic Park
No other tourist destination on earth can match the vibrancy and variety of Bali in Indonesia. The island of Bali is undoubtedly the best place to shake off your tiredness. You will get many wonderful places of interest for Sightseeing in Bali and Bali National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary tops the list of every tourist in Bali. To have advanced information you can have a glimpse of the Bali Travel Guide. The Bali Reptil Park in Bali, one of the most popular Bali National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary, is an all time favorite among foreign travelers.
Your family holiday could make a stop here at Bali Reptile Park. The children are going to love it. Step out of time and into a fantastic land. Back to the dawn of man's first encounter with the awesome world of reptiles and Learn about the fascinating history of these animals and the effort to conserve them.
Every year large number of foreign travelers visit Bali, which is often known as the last paradise on earth. Loaded with numerous beautiful beaches, caves, cliffs and unbound natural beauty, Bali is truly amazing. The Bali Reptile Park is one of popular tourist attraction in Bali.
Bali's Reptile Park is located adjacent to the Bali Bird Park, and claims to have the most complete collection of reptiles in Southeast Asia. They do have an 8 meter reticulated python, which is certainly one of the largest snakes in captivity. There is also an extensive collection of Indonesia monitor lizards in addition to the world-renowned huge prehistoric Komodo Dragons, which can reach lengths up to 3m (10 feet). The Bali National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuary itself has pulls fairly large number of visitors due to its wide collection of rare birds and animals.
The Park includes an open air area where guests are encouraged to interact with tame iguanas, crocodile monitors, water monitors, and tortoises. The serpent cave houses one of the largest collections of venomous snakes in the world. You can have a close look at the fearsome King Cobra, Mambas, deadly vipers and an 8 meter Reticulated Python in this reptile park. The park authority will give permission to touch the less venomous reptiles like the gentle iguanas.
It's an amazing sight to see this animal, which only lives on the Indonesian archipelago the Lesser Sunda islands, mainly on Komodo island and its small neighbour Rinca, and on Flores island.
The Bali Reptile Park also gives information about how to conserve this kind of rare and endangered species from extinction. The park is open everyday and it will cost you US$ 8 for adult and US$ 4 for children (under 10years old) to enter the Bali Reptile Park. This park is a widely visited by tourists and is easily accessible from all parts of the city. Guides are available who can speak in different foreign language at the information center inside the park.
This is not cheap for Indonesian standards, but the visit is worth it. Next to the reptile park is a bird park for fans of our feathered friends. This place is interesting and worth visiting while you are in Bali. The park opens daily from 9 Am to 6 Pm.