Ride an Elephant in Bali

Choose from 15, 30, 40 and 60 Minute Rides in any one of three Different Elephant Parks in Bali

Ride an Elephant in Bali

Choose from 15, 30, 40 and 60 Minute Rides in any one of three Different Elephant Parks in Bali

Activities with Bali Trekking Exploration

Ride a Gentle Giant

There are a lot of options for Elephant rides in Bali. From a short visit and picture taking with the friendly mammals to a more interactive elephant trek as you see how the animals are fed, bathed and trained.

Enjoyed by children and adults of all ages, the Bali Elephant ride is a fun, safe activity for those who want to get close to the large animals and learn more about them.

Elephants in Bali are protected as encroachment and habitat are endangering their natural home in Sumatra. Bali Trekking Exploration encourages healthy and humane care for all animals of our wonderful country.

At a Glance

  • Difficulty: Beginner
  • Ages: OK for Children of All Ages
  • Activity Duration: 2-4 Hours from Hotel to Park
  • Pickup/Dropoff: Included
  • Included: Insurance
  • Food/Beverages: Buffet Style Indonesian Lunch, Beverages
  • Licensed Guide: Yes
  • Language: English

Get All the Details Here

There are three parks from which you may choose. After you register for this activity, we will help you decide which park is right for you.

Bali Elephant Camp

Bali elephant camp has three session, one in the morning, noon and evening. Reaching the camp, you will arrive to a welcome drink at the Trunk Mahout Café. You can watch these beautiful beasts as they bathe while learning about the daily life of a Sumatran elephant.

After the welcome ceremony, enjoy a brief elephant show before you schedule your ride.

Elephant ride in Bali Bakas Village

Our driver will take you to the Bakas Klungkung regency where you’ll be able to enjoy an elephant ride trek of 15 or 30 minutes or for as long as 60 minutes in the beautiful countryside and interior of Bali.

Elephant Safari

Elephant Safari Ride tour begins at the village Taro. Here, you’ll not only get to ride the elephants for 30 minutes at a time, but you can view the Safari Park museum and see the skeleton of the elephants ancestor, the Wholly Mammoth.

These elephants are rescues from the island of Sumatra where their habitat is slowly disappearing due to increased burning of their land and the farming of palm sugar oil.

The Safari Park has other exhibits and animals such as zebras and rhinos.

Cost:

Cost

Adults: US$80

Children 2-12 Years Old: US $46

Family Price Includes Up to 2 Adults and 2 Children: US $223

Tips are not required, but are always appreciated if you have enjoyed your experience and our service has exceeded your expectations.

Included:

  • Air-Conditioned Return Hotel Transfer
  • Cold, Damp Towel
  • Buffet Lunch with Variety Menu by Our 5 Star Chef
  • Insurance Coverage
  • 21% Service Charge and Government Tax

Cancellation:

We try to accommodate your cancellation requests as best we can, but please note that the fee is nonrefundable if you cancel on the day of or day prior to your trek. This is because we have made other commitments and schedule arrangements that cannot not be changed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Pick up times will be arranged with you after regsitration.

Our Promise to you: We will always make your safety and enjoyment our number one priority. We know you have travelled far to experience our wonderful island and we want to help make your experience every bit as memorable as you dreamed.

We understand that accidents happen and injuries sometimes occur. That is why our guides are trained in first aid and rescue procedures. Should an accident occur, our guides will notify a mountain/river rescue team immediately if evacuation is required. We will also notify your next of kin and help you get the medical attention you need.

Our guides are experienced and knowledgeable, knowing the hazards and risks with each mountain and rive as well as the limitations of some of our guests. For your safety we will always err on the side of caution.

Additionally, all our drivers carry valid driver’s licenses and are experienced on the challenging roads of Bali. They practice caution at all times.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding safety, please contact us at trekkingexploration@gmail.com.

Are children allowed to ride the elephants?

Yes, children of all ages can ride the elephants.

How are the elephants treated?

As far as we can tell, the elephants are treated well, but nobody knows the conditions from which they came, nor the conditions behind closed doors. We encourage you to ask the trainers about breeding, living conditions and training when you arrive.

Are the elephants friendly?

The elephants have been trained and are safe for humans to ride.

What happens if someone gets injured?

Due to our extensive safety procedures and experienced guides, injuries rarely occur. In the rare case that there is an accident, our guides are trained in basic first aid and evacuation procedures. After first aid has been applied, an injured person will be cared for appropriately. In the case of evacuation, the river rescue team will help get the guest to the nearest hospital where the next of kin will be notified.

Description

There are three parks from which you may choose. After you register for this activity, we will help you decide which park is right for you.

Bali Elephant Camp

Bali elephant camp has three session, one in the morning, noon and evening. Reaching the camp, you will arrive to a welcome drink at the Trunk Mahout Café. You can watch these beautiful beasts as they bathe while learning about the daily life of a Sumatran elephant.

After the welcome ceremony, enjoy a brief elephant show before you schedule your ride.

Elephant ride in Bali Bakas Village

Our driver will take you to the Bakas Klungkung regency where you’ll be able to enjoy an elephant ride trek of 15 or 30 minutes or for as long as 60 minutes in the beautiful countryside and interior of Bali.

Elephant Safari

Elephant Safari Ride tour begins at the village Taro. Here, you’ll not only get to ride the elephants for 30 minutes at a time, but you can view the Safari Park museum and see the skeleton of the elephants ancestor, the Wholly Mammoth.

These elephants are rescues from the island of Sumatra where their habitat is slowly disappearing due to increased burning of their land and the farming of palm sugar oil.

The Safari Park has other exhibits and animals such as zebras and rhinos.

Itinerary & Cost

Cost:

Cost

Adults: US$80

Children 2-12 Years Old: US $46

Family Price Includes Up to 2 Adults and 2 Children: US $223

Tips are not required, but are always appreciated if you have enjoyed your experience and our service has exceeded your expectations.

Included:

  • Air-Conditioned Return Hotel Transfer
  • Cold, Damp Towel
  • Buffet Lunch with Variety Menu by Our 5 Star Chef
  • Insurance Coverage
  • 21% Service Charge and Government Tax

Cancellation:

We try to accommodate your cancellation requests as best we can, but please note that the fee is nonrefundable if you cancel on the day of or day prior to your trek. This is because we have made other commitments and schedule arrangements that cannot not be changed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Pick Up Time

Pick up times will be arranged with you after regsitration.

Our Safety Policy

Our Promise to you: We will always make your safety and enjoyment our number one priority. We know you have travelled far to experience our wonderful island and we want to help make your experience every bit as memorable as you dreamed.

We understand that accidents happen and injuries sometimes occur. That is why our guides are trained in first aid and rescue procedures. Should an accident occur, our guides will notify a mountain/river rescue team immediately if evacuation is required. We will also notify your next of kin and help you get the medical attention you need.

Our guides are experienced and knowledgeable, knowing the hazards and risks with each mountain and rive as well as the limitations of some of our guests. For your safety we will always err on the side of caution.

Additionally, all our drivers carry valid driver’s licenses and are experienced on the challenging roads of Bali. They practice caution at all times.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding safety, please contact us at trekkingexploration@gmail.com.

Common Questions

Are children allowed to ride the elephants?

Yes, children of all ages can ride the elephants.

How are the elephants treated?

As far as we can tell, the elephants are treated well, but nobody knows the conditions from which they came, nor the conditions behind closed doors. We encourage you to ask the trainers about breeding, living conditions and training when you arrive.

Are the elephants friendly?

The elephants have been trained and are safe for humans to ride.

What happens if someone gets injured?

Due to our extensive safety procedures and experienced guides, injuries rarely occur. In the rare case that there is an accident, our guides are trained in basic first aid and evacuation procedures. After first aid has been applied, an injured person will be cared for appropriately. In the case of evacuation, the river rescue team will help get the guest to the nearest hospital where the next of kin will be notified.

Reserve Your Spot

Please provide us with the details listed below. Once we receive your information, your guide will contact you to confirm your reservation and to provide any additional details. That’s our commitment to personalized service.

Feel free to use this form for general questions as well.

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