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“A great experience for bird lover and photographers.”
Review of Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park
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US$102.29*
and up
Ubud Full-Day Tour
Ranked #1 of 78 things to do in Gianyar
Certificate of Excellence
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Fee: Yes
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: The Park is divided into seven regions that recreate the natural habitats of our birds, complete with indigenous plant life. You can travel from the deep misty jungle of Sumatra to Far East Indonesia and Papua to discover the native birds from these remote regions. Venture to other tropical continents too. See the South American exotics such as the Golden Macaw and the Congo Grey Parrot from the African Savannah.
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Perth
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5 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 6 helpful votes
“A great experience for bird lover and photographers.”
Reviewed 24 August 2010

An absolute must if you are a bird lover and or photographer. It is inexpensive and well worth the visit.
I feel the photo's will say it all.

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bundaberg
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6 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
“Very expensive for the tourist”
Reviewed 1 March 2010

Cost around $23 US to get in,thats about RP190,000.For a Indonesian person the cost is only RP70,000.There is very little to see,a few dirds,crocsand what ever.You can see the same in Australia for nothing.A great waist of time and money.

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Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 135 helpful votes
“Impressive walk in avairy ......”
Reviewed 16 February 2010

I visited the bird park in September 2009. Its not massive, but large enough to spend aroudn 3 - 4 hours. The price is reasonable, perhaps expensive for Bali, but in comparison to prices in the UK it was fine.

As we walked up the steps there were many mccaws and cockatoos, just sitting in the branches of trees and not in cages. Also some peacocks and cranes wandering around.

There is a wide range of birds to see from eagles, owls, parrots. There are two or three large walk in avairies where you can wander around in an enclosed jungle and birds are flying around and walking about. There are some huge toucans in there and I mean huge! Also some kind of blue giant pigeons and some birds of paradise. You can walk up stairs and look down into the avaries too. The birds aren't too tame, so will fly off if you go over to them, but you can get close to a reasonable distance.

There are also some pelicans near the cafe which serves drinks and snacks. Public toilets are also on site as is a restaurant and gift shop.

Don't forget to see the Bali Starling which is one of most rarest birds in the world!

The reptile park is next door and has a variety of snakes, monitor lizards, lizards, frogs and crocs! There is a sort of petting zoo there, where the zoo keeper will walk round with you and as the animals in this bit are running free (iguanas, monitor lizard, tortoise etc) you can have your photo taken with them if you please. Although the zoo keeper will expect a tip of about £2 - £3 for showing round and helping you to handle the animals correctly.

I didn't find either of them particularly busy, but in September we arrived around 10:30am and left both parks at around 3pm and it was quite warm, so you may want to bear this in mind. Definitely worth a visit.

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San Francisco
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 86 helpful votes
“Bali Bird Park is expensive but worth it if you can spend several hours”
Reviewed 17 November 2009

Bali Bird Park has lots and lots of great birds, two neat Jungle walk-thru enclosures where you can join the birds, and the Birds of Prey demonstration is outtasite. They have eagles, owls, ospreys and other birds swooping down to snatch pieces of meat out of their hands (the demo is given in the wide- open field behind the park). At the end you can hold the birds and have your photo taken (there are a bunch of big parrots you can get your photo with no charge). Have lunch at their good restaurant, where they put on demonstrations, also (you don't have much chance to get bored here!)

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Australia
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24 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 26 helpful votes
“Worth a visit, go early”
Reviewed 4 September 2009

Positives: large walk though aviaries, clear signage.

Negative: quite a few smaller "display" cages, most too small for the birds they contained. The size of these cages pulled my rating down to average.

Highlight: Go to the Papua aviary for the 9:30am feeding, and hand feed Greater Birds of Paradise, as well as lorikeets. To see birds of paradise is rare enough, to actually feed one is amazing.

Go early to avoid the crowds, and see the birds when they are most active in the cooler morning.

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