The Elephant Safari Park offers a new concept in Eco tourism. Here you can enjoy the exciting adventure of Elephant Trekking while you are also helping to save the endangered Indonesian elephant (one of world's rarest elephants).

Currently there are less than 1,100 Indonesian Elephants left in the wild and their numbers are rapidly decreasing. At the Elephant Safari Park we are assisting, through proceeds from the sale of elephant paintings, with the relocation of wild elephants to special reserves setup by the Indonesian Government to assist with breeding programs to help build up the depleting numbers.

The aim of teaching these gentle giants the fine art of painting is so their artworks may be exhibited and sold to a world wide audience, generating much needed funds for the continued rescue, care and upkeep of the Sumatran elephants in our Safari refuge. Selling the art works of our safari park 'stars' not only raises the profile of these humble giants, but part of the proceeds goes directly back into transmigrating other endangered Sumatran elephants to our Park sanctuary, feeding, breeding & development programs, and to assist with costs of medical and vitamin supplements needed to maintain the health and well-being of our elephants.

The sale of Bali Adventure Tours Safari Park 'Elephant Art' together with the Bali Adventure Tours Elephant FoundationGift Shop and donations raises funds and awareness of the plight of this most endangered species.

Grab this opportunity to own a unique work of art and help support one of Asia's most endangered and forgotten species. Click on the link below to view the range of Elephant artisan works or donate directly to the 'Elephant Foundation' and help save a Sumatran elephant. Visit the Foundation Gift Shop.

Click here to go to our Elephant Painting store!

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At right is a photo of Nigel Mason, the owner of The Elephant Safari Park at Taro, Bali, with Riski an 18-month-old Sumatran elephant. Riski was one of ten elephants that Nigel's company is currently trying to relocate to The Elephant Safari Park in Bali from Central Sumatra, a journey that will travel over three islands and take six days, non-stop by truck and ferry. Nigel was heartbroken recently to be informed that Riski, who's name translates to 'Lucky' in English, didn't make it and has died before she could be rescued. The photo of Nigel and Riski was taken late last year at Riau province in Central Sumatra.   Without your support more of these beautiful creatures will die before they can be rescued.

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STOP PRESS! - All Eyes on Eva

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The vet checks Eva's eyes
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Viewing the cataract

Having suffered from cataract blindness most of her life - Eva our adorable 21-year-old elephant is about to receive a new look on life!

London based ophthalmic surgeon, Ali Mearza, from St Georges Hospital London, recently visited the Elephant Safari Park to assess what could be done with the ailing elephant, and the prognosis is prosperous!

Now all eyes are on Eva as she is about to receive the first elephant cataract eye operation in Bali.

With thanks to the assistance of the John Fawcett Foundation for Humanitarian Projects in Indonesia, whose mobile eye clinic will not only perform the operation on Eva, but access the large lens needed for the operation implant from Fort Worth, Texas, USA, the future will certainly look clearer for Eva!

If you would like to donate directly to
help save the Sumatran Elephant
please click here.

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