Elephant Camp Entrance Ticket

Entrance Ticket to Bali Elephant Camp. Bali Elephant Camp is also open to those who only wish to enjoy the tranquil environment and spectacular riverside panoramas.

* Min 2 Pax

* Family Price is valid for 2 Adults + 2 Children (5 – 12 year old)

Bali Elephant Camp is located in the village of Carangsari not far from Sangeh Monkey Forest. This Camp is situated between paddy fields, forest and Ayung River. Its elephants come from Sumatra. Part of the revenue will be donated to conserve the elephants and their home in Sumatra. Here you can witness the daily life of elephants such as bathing and eating.


  • Entrance Fee at Bali Elephant Camp
  • Complimentary Soft Drink
  • Photograph with an elephant
  • Insurance


  • Transport and Lunch

What to Bring:

  • Hat, Shorts and Sunscreen
Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 9

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IDR 200.000
Child (5-12 Years)
IDR 180.000
Infant (< 5 Years)
IDR 140.000
Family (2 Adults + 2 Children)
IDR 720.000

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About Elephant Camp Entrance Ticket

In addition to beautiful, you can try a number of activities in the island of Bali. These tourist activities already mulau many emerging there. One is True Bali Experience. As the name implies, the packages offering activities that integrate a variety of activities and natural charm of Bali, such as entering elephant camp.

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275 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Loly G (Bayside, New York)
Reviewed 20 Jul 2017

"Please! "

Do not ride the elephants, they are poorly treated! Before going there read the history of this "attraction ". Presently there is a petition in effect to freed the elephants and retire them to a safe...

Visited Jul 2017

MummaJJM (Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia)
Reviewed 20 Jul 2017

"Beautiful Caring People Who Genuinely Love The Animals"

What an amazing place. I have never seen park workers like I did here in Bali care so much for the animals and their well being. In particular the sunbears. The relationship between the bears and...

Visited Jul 2017

Rezamoe7 (Washington DC, District Of Columbia)
Reviewed 16 Jul 2017

"Total rip off!!!! "

We went there to see the honey bears and after two hours of driving to get there they tell us the honey bears can't be seen. We then decided to see the elephants since we got disappointed about the...

Visited Jul 2017

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