Taman Safari Indonesia Bogor

Taman Safari Indonesia Bogor, Bogor

Taman Safari Indonesia (safari wild life park) is an environmentally friendly family tourism destination oriented to wildlife habitat in the wild. Taman Safari Indonesia is located in Cibeureum Village, Cisarua District, Bogor Regency, West Java, or better known as the Puncak area. This park serves as a buffer for Mount Gede Pangrango National Park at an altitude of 900-1800 m above sea level, and has an average temperature of 16-24 degrees celsius, and this safari park has an area of ​​168 hectares.

The uniqueness of this tourist spot from other zoos in Indonesia is that visitors can walk around to various places to get a close look at all types of animals using a private car or take a bus that has been provided by the manager of the Safari Park. Visitors can also interact directly by feeding the animals. For a very unique experience I suggest you explore the park with a private car service, as you can stop anywhere to take some animal photos. Choose the best angle in the car, and take some great photos, and you can feel the sensation of interacting with animals, touching and feeding them directly.

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Taman Safari has around 2500 animal collections from almost all corners of the world including endangered species, such as Bengal tigers, giraffes, lions, orangutans, elephants, anoa, komodo dragons, Panda and so on. Taman Safari also has a special area for several types of animals. Taman Safari Bogor is one of the places for favorite tours that are highly recommended by Java Private Tour to spend vacation time with closest people such as family, couples or friends. Many wild animals roam freely like their habitat in the forest. Besides you can interact directly with the animals there, you can also see the show or play in a number of games that have been provided. There are various kinds of games or rides such as speedway, crazy plane, flying geese, bathing ball, 3D haunted house, baby zoo, foam ball, water bike, car bomb bomb, fly bike and many more arena games. Not only offering views of wild animals that are allowed to roam freely like in their natural habitat, Taman Safari Bogor also provides accommodation facilities in the form of hotels inside the park area. 4-star Hotels in Safari Park area offer a unique feel attached to the beautiful natural atmosphere. Java Private Tour recommends Caravan and Tree House for those of you who want to feel the sensation of staying overnight in a natural environment, surrounded by exotic animals.

Taman Safari Indonesia Group manages four parks in Indonesia.

*Taman Safari Bogor West Java

*Taman Safari Prigen East Java 

*Bali Safari and Marine Park

*Batang Dolphins Center Central Java 

and is the best conservation institution and is accredited internationally. This park has a variety of fauna and species from five continents. About 7,500 animals are recorded in all Taman Safari Indonesia.  Moreover, Taman Safari Indonesia is the largest and most complete safari park in Southeast Asia.

Taman Safari Indonesia is also the best ecotourism in Indonesia.  A tourist destination where visitors can interact directly with a variety of animals, birds and other animals directly. At present, Indonesia already has four Safari Parks in four different regions.  First, Taman Safari Indonesia in Cisarua Puncak, West Java.  Second, Taman Safari Indonesia in Prigen, Pasuruan, East Java.  Third, Bali Safari and Marine Park in Gianyar Bali, and Fourth, Batang Dolphins Center in the Sigandu Beach Region, Batang, Central Java.




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