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Elephant Safari Park Lodge

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Jalan Elephant Park Taro, Tegallalang, Ubud, Bali
Contact Details: 62 361 721 480 visit website

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Wake up to the sight and sound of a herd of elephants meandering to the lake for their morning bathing ritual whilst you enjoy a gourmet ...

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Wake up to the sight and sound of a herd of elephants meandering to the lake for their morning bathing ritual whilst you enjoy a gourmet breakfast from our Mammoths Head Bar terrace overlooking 3.5 hectares of pristine tropical parklands and unspoiled national forest. Enjoy a mid-morning swim at our pachyderm inspired pool with a fresh tropical juice before being collected by your own private Elephant Chauffeur from a purpose built landing at your front door. After an elephant trek through Taro forest, enjoy a sumptuous lunch served at the Park Restaurant located beside the elephant bathing lake then head to the Elephant Arena for one of three daily Elephant Talent shows. You may even like to assist in bathing the elephants, 'all hands on' in the elephant bathing pool. Spend time at the feeding and petting area for as little or as long as you like then take a stroll through the botanical gardens which features a pond with its very own giant fish, an Arapaima Gigas, from South America. If it’s retail therapy you are after, then browse our Elephant Shop for souvenirs or visit the museum and gallery for an insight into our rescue projects and behind-the-scenes conservation operations. You can also see where some of the world’s most unique elephant memorabilia is held including a 15,000 year old Mammoth Skeleton, the only one in South East Asia.

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