Kintamani volcano is known as the brightest natural attraction of the island. The volcano has gained worldwide popularity because of its unusual double crater. If you climb to the crater of Kintamani, you will see the volcanic Lake Batur that is distinguished by its truly marvelous beauty. Quite a notable fact - the depth of the lake remains unchanged throughout a year. Climb up to see this natural attraction, and you will be able to attend an observation deck that provides really spectacular and unforgettable view of the island. Bali is home to numerous nature reserves and botanical gardens. Tourists traditionally enjoy excursions to the Bird Park, among the inhabitants of which you will see such rare birds as Australian cockatoos, rare Bali starlings, and South American macao. The birds live in beautiful spacious open air cages that are designed in accordance with the natural living conditions of various species of animals. In addition to rare species of birds the park is the location of various exotic tropical plants and flowers.
Reptile Park also offers its visitors to see a unique collection of animals brought from different parts of Indonesia. Especially for visitors of the park, the local staff organizes exotic shows, during which you can watch feeding of snakes or crocodiles fighting. A walk on the Balinese forests can also turn into a true adventure, because monkeys are the main inhabitants of the local forests. The most beautiful and famous forest of the island is located near a small village called Sangeh. The local animals have already got accustomed to a large number of people, so finding contact with them is really simple. Friendly monkeys can be photographed and fed with delicacies, but this can be done in the presence of guides only. Near the village named Taro is located Elephant Park that is a great place not only to see these majestic animals, but also to make a safari through the jungle while riding an elephant. Tourists are offered to feed the animals holding food in their hands, or to bathe with them in a beautiful lake.
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