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2 Days Bird and Reptile Parks Tour in Bali
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Fun Wildlife Tour in Indonesia

Bali! The island of beauty and exoticism, the island of mystics and legends! An island where dreams and wishes come true! Ladina Tour will take you on a fun and exciting trips to Bali Bird and Reptile Parks. From snakes to various birds, you will see these beautiful animals as in their natural rainforest habitats. Come and see the beauty of Bali and get the pleasure of happiness with your family!


  • Main wildlife to be viewed: Different species of birds and reptiles
  • Children policy: Children are allowed to join this tour


  • 2 days of interesting tours in Bali
  • Seeing exotic species of birds from many countries
  • A chance to see reptiles from the common to the rarest species
  • The wonderful and amazing Bali Bird Park visit on the first day
  • Two times' visit to the exciting Bali Reptile Park
  • 1 night of accommodation


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Novotel Bali Nusa Dua

The resort is only 20 minutes' drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) and Kuta area. Within two minutes of walking distance to access the 18-holes championship Bali National Golf Club, five minutes' drive to Bali International Convention Center, Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, as well as the shopping and dining destination Bali Collection. The hotel is also strategically situated among famous tourist attractions and beautiful beaches such as Uluwatu Temple, Pandawa Beach, and Padang-Padang Beach.

Offering a complete destination resort experience, Novotel Bali Nusa Dua Hotel and Residence is a perfect place for family leisure, romantic getaway, or business purposes. Kids club and activities for everyone are available every day. You can pick your perfect venue from five various meeting rooms and outdoor area for your event or meeting. The Novotel Bali Nusa Dua's professional team will ensure your business meetings or social functions are carried with perfection through a personalized service.


Day 1: Bali Bird Park - Bali Reptile Park

This tour will start at 09:00. The innovative Bali Bird Park arrived on Bali's eco-tourism scene more than 20 years ago. The current owners, who have a lifelong passion for all things avian, are committed to the preservation, conservation, and breeding not just of Indonesia's exotic birdlife, but from other regions too.

In Bali Bird Park you will see different species of birds from South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia, including 40 protected species from Indonesia. Bali Bird Park plays a key role in protecting and conserving Indonesia's endangered wildlife. In one tour you can visit Bali Bird Park and Reptile Park because both of them located in one place next to each other. You will arrive back to the hotel at about 16:00.

Day 2: Bali Reptile Park

Today, you will be picked up from the hotel at 09:00. You will visit in Reptile Park from 11:30 to 12:30 as it is not big (actually it is located right next door to Bird Park). You will be transferred to the next destination or go back to the hotel between 14:00 to 15:00.


Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park impresses with its beauty and nature. It has an excellent landscape design of the park. The park has collected more than 250 species of birds from different parts of the world. Here you will see the huge Cazuar birds from the island of Papua, birds of paradise, and giant royal pigeons. Tu cant and rhino birds with huge beaks are here as well. Many birds are placed in the pavilions where you can go and find yourself in the natural environment of the rainforest, just like in the real jungle.

Bali Reptile Park

Bali Reptile Park is included in the collection of the best parks in Asia. In the park, you can see the rarest species of reptiles. Here are collected reptiles of America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Including the king cobra and the giant anaconda. Every year the park is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists, so you do not want to miss the opportunity.


Bali (derived from the Sanskrit Wali, meaning "Meaning of Gratitude") is the pearl of Indonesia, which adorns the necklace of the colorful Prosper Isles of the Malay Archipelago. Its area is 5,632 kilometers, one of the largest islands in the group of Small Probe Islands, located on the border of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, adjacent to the islands of Java, Lombok, Kalimantan (Borneo), and Sulawesi. It is an island of volcanic origin, about 1.5 million years old.

Today on the island, there are three active volcanoes: Batukaru, Batur, and Gunung Agung - the highest point on the island (1,432 meters). The last eruption of the volcano Batur was in 1994. All three volcanoes today show only mild signs of life. According to scientists, the state of volcanoes is still fairly stable and does not pose a threat.

The population of Bali as a people originates from two ethnic groups that migrated from the territory of South China in 2500-1750 B.C. Later, there was a mixture with the peoples of the southeastern part of the archipelago. Legends say the same about the migration of the peoples of India and Sri Lanka. The features of the majority of the island's population are Mongoloid, but some people have Indo-Aryan features, which is probably determined by contact with people from India.

The chronicle history of the island dates back to the time of the eighth century A.D. when the powerful state of Sri Vijaya existed. Many traditions, rituals, dances have been preserved and have come down to us since that era. Since the 13th century, the territory of most of the islands of the archipelago falls under the influence of Islam and the traditions of Islam are replacing the ancient traditions. The uniqueness of the island of Bali in this regard lies in the fact that there remained an ancient, to the Islamic culture and perhaps this is the only island that has most fully preserved culture and religion.

In the 16th century, the island was conquered and incorporated into Majapahit of the Java Kingdom. From this moment begins the caste stratification of the population. Today, representatives of the Brahman and Kshatriya castes have the greatest influence and material property. They define the elite hierarchy of society. Caste traditions are still alive and maintained. In Bali, there is even a separate, so-called high language, in which communication with representatives of high castes and between members of the high castes themselves is taken.

In addition, Baliytsi, like the entire population of Indonesia, speaks the state language - Bahasa Indonesia (the language of Indonesia), which is the ancient language of "Melai” or "Melayu". Bali Island is one of the 33 provinces of Indonesia, the capital of the island is Denpasar, Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is located 20 kilometers from the capital. The island is divided into nine regions.

One of the highlights of the island is the preserved ancient communal system. Each community (Banjar) has its leader, its treasury and administrative office. A certain similarity with the village council. The island’s population is about 4.5 mil. and today about 450 thousand foreign citizens living in Bali. The main religion on the island is Hinduism or Hindu Darma. The religion of Bali was finally formed around the 16th century as a fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism, therefore, in its content, it is clearly different from classical Hinduism.

The founder and great teacher who laid the foundation of this unusual teaching was Danian Nirarta, a priest living in Bali in the 16th century, who called it Hindu Darma (the path to the light or to the truth). Most of the current population belongs to this religious group (92%). In addition, about 4% of Muslims live in Bali, 2% Catholics, 1% Protestants and 1% Buddhists. Despite the many religions, all people get along well with each other. The basic principle of the constitution, based on the ancient law of Pancha. Strength (the strength of the five principles) states, "Our harmony is in diversity, and strength is in unity."

But nevertheless, the Hindu Dharma religion betrays the island in the truth of bright colors. This is manifested in the architecture of unique temples such as; Tanah Lot (place of worship of the Goddess of the Sea Devi Barun), Pura Oolun Danu Bratan (built in the 16th century in honor of the goddess Devi Danu - incarnation of primeval water), Goa Gajah (cave temple), Gunung Kavi Sebatu (temple of the worship of the Goddess of fertility Devi Sri ) and many others.

The variety of colors is simply amazing with its beauty during the ceremonies that are held by the Balinese. Beautiful outfits and bright offerings of fruits and flowers, which is an integral part of the life of this people. One of the most unusual and colorful ceremonies is the ceremony of Odalan or the Day of the Temple. This ceremony takes place in accordance with the calendar of Vuku and in each temple takes place at different times. Since there are about 20 thousand temples on the island, this ceremony can most often be seen traveling around the island.

In today's life of the island of Bali, of course, tourism is very important, which in turn affects the life and culture of Bali. Today, the Balinese speak many languages. You can taste here the cuisine of many countries of the world. European, Asian, Mexican, Arab. A new airport has recently been built and opened. A new road has been built, straight across the water, across the bay. It connects the two areas of Sanur and Nusa Dua with the airport. This significantly relieved the traffic in the southern part of the island, where the main population lives.

Nearby places

  • Bali Collection - 5 minutes' drive
  • Bali International and Bali Nusa Dua Convention Centers - 5 minutes' drive
  • Bali National Golf Club - 2 minutes on foot
  • Ngurah Rai International Airport - 20 minutes' drive

What's included

  • 1 tour to Bali Bird Park
  • 2 tours to Bali Reptile Park
  • 1 night of accommodation

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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