Everything you need to know before going on safari

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Published on September 20, 2019 | Activities, Animals, Nature, Tips, Travel

So, you’ve decided to go on a safari trip with your friends or family, how exciting! This can be a great experience for those who haven’t been to the safari before. But even if you have, you can still learn a few things along the way – especially with the tips and hints we’ll be covering in this article!

Safari Car

Here are some things you should be prepared for before going on a safari trip.

Do your research

A little bit of background research can go a long way to enhance your safari experience! It’ll also help you anticipate the animals you’ll see at the safari. Read up on what species you can see during the safari!

Follow the rules

This one is super important, no matter how tempting it may be to extend your hand, or touch the animals, you must keep your hands to yourselves! Not only is it dangerous for your safety, but it can also potentially harm the animals.

Ask questions to your guide

This one goes together with the first point. Once you’ve done a bit of research, keep a list of questions so you can talk to the safari guides and have a chat with them.


Make sure you pay attention to the wild animals as you pass through the safari! Animals can be unpredictable, and their behaviors can change spontaneously as you travel through the safari. You may catch a glimpse of a memorable moment between the animals!

Have fun!

The last and most important thing to remember during your trip is to go out there and have fun! Taking photos and videos are important, but try not to spend too much time on your phone or social media, as you want to soak up the experience as much as possible. Going on a safari adventure is exciting no matter how many times you’ve been before, as the animals are always behaving differently at each visit!

Have you ridden the Safari Journey in Bali Safari Park? It’s one of our staple rides that takes visitors through different regions of the safari enclosure, namely Indonesia, India and Africa! You’ll encounter the animals that are endemic to each location as you pass by. Don’t forget to ask questions about the animals along the way!