Nature lovers’ keen on viewing Asian and Indonesian reptiles should not miss a visit to Bali’s Reptile Park. An impressive collection of these species including the endangered Komodo dragons offer an amazing tour.
The Indonesian archipelago lies between the Indian and Pacific seas. The island is a tropical paradise and is home to vast areas of rain forests, verdant landscapes and rich in biodiversity. Nature lovers flock to these areas to witness both the flora and fauna. The nation’s vivid culture enhances visitor experiences.
The mainland of Indonesia is surrounded by various islands. Borneo, Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi are some of them. However for travellers, the island of Bali is considered a superlative destination. Visitors will not be disappointed by the scale of activities that await them when journeying to this destination.
Some of the activities available include water sports and cycling tours. A visit to the notorious Mount Batur, an active volcano will prove exhilarating. The famous Kuta beach is a popular enclave for relaxation. Dotting Bali are spas, shops and a throbbing nightlife engaging tourists to have fun.
Bali is a haven for visitors seeking eco-touristic trails. The spectacular natural conservations and cultural heritage creates a deeper appreciation of the islet’s natural habitat. The lush forests and numerous wildlife parks offer endless recreational and adventure related activities. Some of the tours that visitors can venture into are the Butterfly, Camel and Elephant Parks, the Botanical Gardens and the Monkey Forest.
A visit to the island’s Reptile Park is a unique experience. An extensive range of these species include the near extinct Komodo dragons, crocodiles, monitor lizards and giant pythons. The area has been designed with swamps, streams, waterfalls and even ruins creating natural surroundings resembling these animals own habitats.
The Park also includes an open air aquarium, known as Reptilarium. This location invites visitors to have close up views and handling of tame tortoises, iguanas and even pythons. A serpent cave has been also constructed underground in the Park creating an intriguing setting for venomous snakes. Species which are house in this cave include cobras, vipers, adders and even mambas.
While discovering this magical island visitors can select a Bali luxury resort for a relaxing getaway. Noted as a Bali hotel offering elegant interiors and incomparable amenities, is the Anantara Seminyak, Bali. Combining the beauty of the setting and the island’s charm this Resort creates the perfect retreat.