The Bali Bird Park Tour is a great full day tour which offers some great chances to experience the natural wildlife of Bali and Indonesia. First of all you will stop at the Bali Birds Park and the Bali Reptile Park which are located in a stone carving village close to Ubud. The Bali Bird Park offers over 1000 birds of 250 species all living in their natural habitat. This wonderful opportunity includes such birds as the Green Peafowl, the Asian Pied Hornbill, the Javan Kingfisher, the infamous Bali Starling (world’s most endangered bird). We will then venture onto the gold and silversmith’s village where painting and wood carving are also part of the culture, here you will be able to look around the traditional markets indulge in shopping of many of the most interesting carvings and works of art that Bali and Ubud have to offer. As well as Balinese arts and crafts there are also wonderful items imported from all over Indonesia meaning the range of cultural expression and incredible styles is very varied. Teak, Hibiscus, mahogany and ebony are al common place around these wonderful little stall and markets.
The Bali Bird Park Tour continues to Ubud Painting Museum where you will be able to get an even richer feel for the history of art and creativity that Ubud as harbored for many years with the influence of the Balinese royal family’s presence in the area. There are four separate museums including the Neka museum, the Rudana museum, the Agung Rai Museum of Art and Puri Lukisan Museum. Between these museums you will be able to learn about the history and works of the Balinese artistic community and the international influences that have affected them for hundreds of years.
On the Ubud Market you will be able to shop and barter for some more interesting items as well as sample local foods and witness the hustle and bustle of these traditional and highly fascinating areas. As well as this you will be able to witness the traditional Barong dance and the Legong Dance.
Bali Bird Park Tour also includes Goa Gajah which is known as the elephant caves for their strange shape. Built in the 11 century by the King of Udayana this incredible cave entrance as well as the rest of the carvings, statues and other important areas are shrines and symbols of the Balinese Hindu Gods including Sri Ganesh the protector and the Brahma Gods. Here you will also see the holy areas and temples around this incredible monument. Last of all you will stop at the Monkey Forest in Ubud where you will see the monkeys living in a conversational area of protected woodland as well as the Balinese temples that surround the area as areas that monkeys dwell naturally have long been considered holy areas by the Balinese.
- Air conditioned hotel transfers
- Tour Guide
- Bird Park Entrance Fee