Experience 1000 birds, 250 species & 1 great day out. Experience the original Jungle birds of Bali and encounter the world's rarest bird, the Bali Starling. Bali’s highly endangered national bird is now regularly bred within the Park as part of conservation program
Birds you can see : Bali Starling, Brown-billed Cuckoo Dove, Bronze-tailed Peacock Pheasant, New Guinea Bronzewing, Peaceful/Zebra Dove, Emerald Ground Dove, Flying Fox/Fruit Bat, Black-naped Oriole, Purple Swamphen, Ringneck White Dove, Pied Imperial Pigeon, Orange-breasted Green Pigeon, Glossy Ibis, Cattle Egret, Black-naped Fruit Dove, Little Green Pigeon, Spotted Dove, Common Myna, Javan Green Peafowl, Night pond Heron, Asian Pied Starling, Javan myna, Yellow vented bulbul, Australian Pelican, Bali Starling, Nias Hill Myna.
Reptile Park, a very popular attraction amongst visitors to the island. Fearsome members of the reptile family such as the King Cobra, the deadly Viper, Mambas, and an eight meter long Reticulated Python, are available for closer examination. Then there are the less venomous animals from the reptile family such as the iguanas, and the park authorities even allow visitors to touch them. Whilst you are at the park don’t forget to get a glimpse of Indonesia’s own Komodo monitor, also known as the Komodo Dragon.
Among various tour packages and tour options in Bali there are some tours which can be said always on the publications and interest a large part of travellers to Bali. Kintamani mountain tour sits at the first number as the most popular sightseeing tour, second is Taman Ayun and Tanah Lot tour, third is Uluwatu temple tour. List of these choice is presented at other page