For those who cannot wait to see firsthand the funny behavior of animals, just come to Bali Safari and Marine Park. The Tourist Attraction located on Jalan Bypass Ida Bagus Mantra, Serongga Village, Gianyar, was opened on Saturday (Sep 11). However, the visits during the pandemic and the implementation of Level 4 Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) must comply with the health protocols. “Bali Safari is open at 50 percent of the capacity and applies very strict health protocols. In order to enter, there are conditions for visitors to Bali Safari,” said General Manager, Jennifer Suryadi, on Tuesday (Sep 14).
Circulars of the Governor of Bali No. 15/2021 and Circular of the Gianyar Regent No. 360/1445/BPBD/2021 provide new hope for Bali tourism. Several tourist attractions have implemented open trials, including one of them is the Bali Safari and Marine Park. Aside from being a tourist spot, Bali Safari is also a Conservation Institution.
“We’re delighted to welcome the trial of reopening tourist attractions and conservation institutions, of course, the implementation applies very strict health protocols in accordance with the Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certificates we receive for the park. We have also installed the PeduliLindungi barcode at the entrance to Park Main Terminal and hotels, and then visitors are required to have the application,” she said.
Domestic and foreign tourists do not need to hesitate to make a visit to Bali Safari Park. The animal conservation institution in Bali located on Jalan Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra, Serongga Village, Gianyar, already has definite safety standards during the pandemic. Implementation of the health protocol is very important, especially in public places, such as recreation areas and hotels. “Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic that hit Indonesia, Bali Safari Park and Mara River Safari Lodge have implemented health protocols for guests and employees,” she said.
Body temperature of every guest and employee must be checked. If it is more than 37.5 degrees Celsius, they are not allowed to be inside the Bali Safari Park area. The same applies to the use of masks and social distancing. Hand washing facilities and hand sanitizer are also provided for guests. Management will further tighten the health protocols to take part in breaking the chain of spread of the Covid-19 virus. “We are fully committed to providing a healthy, safe and enjoyable holiday experience for every family member,” she added.
During this reopening period, Bali Safari and Marine Park offers Safari Explorer ticket promotion from IDR 150,000/person to IDR120,000/person. “This Safari Explorer ticket includes several activities, namely Fresh Water Aquarium, Safari Journeys, Tiger, from Predator to Prey Presentation, Elephant Conservation and Education Presentation, Animal Education Presentations, Friends of Animals as well as F&B vouchers worth IDR 25,000,” she explained.
Not only that, especially in this Cheerful September, Bali Safari offers the latest program, namely Coffee Time in Safari at Tsavo Lion Restaurant starting from IDR 135,000. You can enjoy Cappuccino, Fresh Brewed Coffee or Espresso with home-made cookies with the king of the jungle. “This program also includes a Safari Journey to see animals from three regions, namely Indonesia, India, and Africa by bus, as well as access to visit the Fresh Water Aquarium; Other interesting promotions can be ordered directly through the website,” she explained. (BTN/015)