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Night At The Zoo

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This sightseeing tour is for travelers looking to make the most of their time in Bali: This full-day excursion lets you tick off the majority of Bali’s highlights in just one day, making it the perfect choice for visitors with limited time. Travel with ease between Kintamani Volcano, Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, traditional villages, and many more sites, and enjoy the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off as well as a buffet lunch.
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ChicLifeByte wrote a review Nov 2020
New Delhi, India6179 contributions260 helpful votes
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Sanctoo Suites and Villas gave me an adventure which I cherish till date. It was Night at the Zoo where the real adventure begins after dark. We got to see rare nocturnal habitats of deers, kangaroos, lion, tiger and we get to feed them too. It was so thrilling to see the Asian Bear Cat moving on a rope and pythons and elephants too. Loving and feeding them counts for another experience altogether. Taking a python on myself for the first time was a strange, slimy but a lovely experience as it was harmless and assisted. We were also taken on a bus ride within the zoo surrounded with elephants through which we fed them corn and we could touch their trunks and love them too. We crossed all through the spacious walking paths, garden plazas, showcase areas, water features, a lake on which elephants were roaming and Tiger Trail. We had a yummy dinner which was scheduled at Wana Restaurant located in the middle of Bali Zoo just a few meters from the lion family enclosure. For those of you who want to do some shopping and take back more memories, there is the souvenir shop to buy some cool toys, tees and some more cute goodies just next to the Wana restaurant. Cute animal soft toys were my favourite. The night didn’t end here. Another exciting adventure was the Fire show and Dance performance by the African traditional artists. It was enthralling, thrilling and an adventurous fire dance which was the wildest experience as they were dancing with fire in their hands. I also had the chance to dance with them on stage and get clicked. It was such a wonderful feeling and a thrilling adventure. This experience is definitely a must in Bali! So, all in all, it was a lovely experience be it the animal feeding or the food we had or the dance! I enjoyed every bit of it and wish to go back again to have all the more fun with ofcourse more people this time. Time to head back to the villa for a good night sleep. The dimly lit villa looked even more beautiful with twinkling stars over our private pool.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Susie wrote a review Feb 2020
Sydney, Australia3 contributions1 helpful vote
This was an amazing experience, we were able to feed and touch the elephants and deers. The zoo is very clean and professional. Staff are very friendly. The dining was great and we were able to watch the lions through a glass panel while we dined. Must try!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gaurav J wrote a review Feb 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates1 contribution
Last day of our trip to Bali and wasn’t sure what to do (so many options) with little time left on hand. Googled places to explore and went ahead with making booking for Night at the Zoo. Spontaneous decisions can sometimes not work for your favour however in our case it was opposite. The whole experience was amazing from deer park to feeding elephants, having dinner under the stars while watching fire dance.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Paul M wrote a review Jan 2020
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia5 contributions5 helpful votes
We were staying in Kuta with our tw children ages 3 and 7. Decided to try the night time experience which included dinner , feeding Elephants and Deer followed by a fire dancing show. You could also have a pic with a large python or Owl. Cost $380 Aussie dollars which was a bit steep but did include transfers in a private air conditioning car to the zoo which is over an hour from Kuta. The animal feeding was great for the kids but a bit scary for a 3 year old with big Elephants putting there trunks all over you trying to get the food. Dinner was really nice and you can see lions playing outside the glass doors. Fire dancers were also really cool to watch. Photos expensive if you want to purchase around $50 for two but we didn’t bother. Overall a great night and would recommend it’s better than walking around the zoo in the hot Bali sun.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jacqueline Steenkamp wrote a review Jan 2020
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Wonderful experience. Our hotel pickup was on time and comfortable. There was quite a lot of interactions with animals, getting to feed and pet. Our guide Serni was amazing, super friendly and she had a ton of information to share. The buffet dinner had a huge selection and the dance was great. They included the audience and made us laugh quite a bit. Would recommend this trip.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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