Bali Zoo Half Day Tours

Animals that have dry scaly skin and are ‘cold-blooded’ vertebrates are called reptiles. The major way reptiles differ from mammals and birds is that they are ‘cold-blooded’. Bali Zoo Half Day Tours duration approx 5 hours

Price: $35 USD

ABOUT BALI ZOO

Bali Zoo is a private zoo, Balinese owner with 130 staff working together as a family. The zoo set in 12 acres lush tropical garden and flowers surrounded, very up market zoo wtih 100s quality build habitats including petting area for animals, walk through bird aviaries, Gibbon Islands, and Komodo Dragon cage and latest open range for african lions den.

We set out to provide an experience for our visitors that like no other. One of our aims is to encourage interaction between our guest and the animals. It’s a truly ” Hands-on Experience “. From the moment you enter the gate you can hold and take picture with our tropical birds, feed the animals and much more..

Friendly and welcoming environment make a personal tour, our affordable entrance fees means fun day out for the family

We are able to provide catering for tour groups, schools, or private function such as birthday party, or corporate function. We are easily accessed from all local famous tourism destinations, such as the centre of culture, art and craft, beaches or regional shopping centres.

Our zoo is completely accesible for disabled by way off concrate paths and the zoo is covered under public liability

Zoo Admission only  USD 24  / adult

Bali Zoo Half Day Tours   duration approx 5 hours

  • price                       USD 35 /adult   
  • price                       USD 25 /child
  • price                        USD  100/family ( 2 adlt +2 child )

Mammals

Mammals are the highest class of vertebrates and the female has mammary glands which secrete milk for the nourishment of young after birth. Mammals are warm-blooded and the majority of their body is covered with hair. Mammals give birth to live young (except the platypus and echidna, who lay eggs). They also have three middle ear bones.

Most mammals live solely on land, but there are several groups that have specifically evolved to exist solely in aquatic environments (dolphins and whales) one of which is the largest of all animals. Only one group has mastered the art of true flight (bats) although several have developed the ability to glide through tree tops.

Our Amazing Mammals : White Tiger, Sumatran Tiger, Lion, Binturong, Black Phanter, Camel, Deers, Sun Bear, Gibbons, Orangutan and much more..

Reptiles

Animals that have dry scaly skin and are ‘cold-blooded’ vertebrates are called reptiles. The major way reptiles differ from mammals and birds is that they are ‘cold-blooded’. This does not mean that they necessarily have cold blood but rather that they cannot regulate their own body temperature.

Due to this they are generally found through out the warmer regions of the world although a few have adapted to quite cold areas (even where it snows)! Most reptiles though are found in the tropics. The majority of reptile groups also live on land, although there are a few that have specialized to live in water. Reptiles can only breathe air and do not possess gills. They have thick waterproof skins to retain their body moisture.

Most reptiles lay eggs (oviparous), however there are a few species that incubate and hatch their eggs internally (ovoviviparous). Reptile eggs contain a large quantity of yolk to nourish the embryo, and they have a porous shell. Most reptiles are carnivorous.

Our Amazing Reptiles : Komodo Dragon, Crocodile, Iguana, Snake, Turtle

Aves

Birds are warm-blooded, egg-laying, vertebrate animals. They are covered in feathers and their forelimbs are modified into wings which are used for flight. Their feathers are highly protective against cold and also against water. Birds have adapted for flight with their bones being made up of a honeycomb structure so as to reduce their structural weight. They also have acute eyesight and hearing but little sense of smell. Most birds are diurnal (only active during the day) although some have become specifically adapted to a nocturnal lifestyle (only active during the night).

Depending upon the species, birds feed on a variety of food sources; nectar, seeds, insects, rodents, fish and even on other birds however all have specific adaptations to aid in their individual feeding technique. Most birds build a nest in which they lay their eggs, although there are a few that actually lay their eggs in other birds’ nests so as to ‘trick’ the other birds into raising their young (Cuckoos)! Eggs, like birds, vary in colour, size and shape.

Our Amazing Birds : Bali Starling, Cassowary, Bird of Paradise, Hornbil, Peacock, and many other Asian Birds.

  • Pick up Air Conditioned transportation from your hotel ( Sanur , Kuta , Seminyak, Legian, Nusa dua area )
  • Zoo Admission
  • Animal Feeding
  • soft drink
  • animal show
  • insurance
  • without lunch

08.30- 09.00

 


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