Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Indonesia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the National and Provincial governments, Bali Elephant Park has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Bali Elephant Park is so much more than just an elephant park as it offers a myriad of activities for visitors to Bali.
Visitors should note that this is a park that allows elephant riding, so for those who do not wish to support a park that promotes riding, this is not the attraction for you.
Bali Elephant Park Rides, Trekking & White Water Rafting Tour PriceWithin the park, there are a number of attractions including the Bakas Elephant Tour, White Water Rafting, Cycling, Jungle Trekking, Adventurous Village Tours and much more.
The Elephant Tour is the main attraction for most visitors where you will be allowed to ride an elephant along a river where you may also spot some monkeys. Water rafting is another activity here where you can raft down the rugged Melangit River for around 7.5km. The rafting tour takes around 90 minutes and you will be provided with all the equipment required.
You can also go jungle trekking here with a 3-hour walk along beautiful rice fields through to an old temple. You may see some wild monkeys and plenty of birds on your trek, and the trek finishes at a restaurant where you will be provided lunch. Make sure to wear plenty of mosquito repellent. There are also cycling tours which will take you through Penelokan Village where you will travel through a tropical rainforest and bamboo forest. You will be provided with snacks and water as well as all cycling equipment and an experienced guide.
ATV quad bike riding is also a unique activity to enjoy here where you will follow the Melangit River through challenging terrain on a 4-wheeled motorcycle. You will be provided with training before setting out and will be guided by an experienced tour leader.
So if you are looking for a fun day of adventure on your next trip to Bali, then the Bali Elephant Park is the place to go!