While you stay in Bali, never miss to visit the parks. Some of the parks became conservation place for endemic and endangered species as well the local culture in Bali. Here are some of them :
West Bali National Park
Located in the northwest of Bali, this park has 190 km2 of protected land, totaling 10 percent of the Bali island. You can see various landscapes such as forests, savannahs, the beachs, and volcanoes. This conservation is home to 160 species of animals, some of them endemic species which is an endangered species.
You can also go diving at the site of Menjangan from the park.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Park
This 60 hectares cultural Ungasan Park is about 15 minutes south of Bali Airport. With its statue of Garuda Wisnu Kencana, its main attraction, the park has one of the finest masterpieces of Indonesia. The park has plans to expand the statue up to 120 meters, it will become the largest and widest statue in the world.
The largest butterfly park in Indonesia and one of the largest butterfly park in Asia. The park encourages the study, reproduction and conservation of over 300 butterfly species in Indonesia. The Butterfly Park Taman Kupu Kupu is located in the north of Tabanan on approximately 3,000 sqm of land.
The Elephant Safari Park is situated on a plot of 3.5 hectares of land in Ubud. 25 luxury lodges were built to provide an exclusive experience with elephants. You can interact, feed, ride, observe, learn and play with 30 beautiful Sumatran elephants, one of the rarest species of elephants remaining in the world today.
Bali Bird Park
The Bali Bird Park is divided into different areas that recreate the natural habitat of birds supplemented with native plants. In this bird park, you will find a large number of bird species from Indonesian archipelago, Africa, Australia and Latin America. The park plays an important role in the protection and conservation of Indonesian endangered species.
In the adjacent park you can visit the reptile park with one of the largest collections of South Asian reptiles.