오퍼레이션 점보 DVD 시나리오

오퍼레이션 점보 프로젝트는 멸종 위기에 처한 10마리의 수마트라 코끼리들을 구조하려는 사람의 위기 도전정신을 담고 있습니다. 수마트라 깊숙히 자리한 정부지원 코끼리 캠프에 억류된 코끼리들은 불법 수목 작업으로 인한 주민들과의 마찰로 인해 수가 급격하게 줄어들고 있습니다.  

호주인 환경 운동가인 나이젤 메이슨은 위험에 처한 코끼리들을 3,000 킬로미터에 이르는 위험 천만한 거리를 3개의 인도네시아 섬들을 거쳐 안전한 코끼리들의 안식처인 발리 코끼리 사파리 파크로 옮기는 도전을 시작했습니다. 작은 타로마을에 위치한 코끼리 파크는 불에 라이스 패디를 코끼리들의 안전한 안식처로 만들고자 나이젤의 열정이 일궈낸 공원으로 현재 수천명의 세계 관광객들이 방문하는 코끼리의 안식처로 자리잡았습니다.

나이젤의 팀을 이끄는 리더는 어린시절 아버지와 마을 어른들이 그들의 땅을 지키기 위해 코끼리들을 살생하는 장면들로 부터 많은 상처를 안고 이후 코끼리들을 보호하기 위해 많은 노력을 기울인 사파리 공원의 매니저로서, 그의 아버지가 저지른 살생들을 되갚고자 코끼리들을 위해 많은 노력과 헌신을 기울인 수마트라 출신의 젊은이 였습니다.

발리 폭탄테러를 배경으로, 개인적인 장애물, 회사내의 이견 아픈 코끼리들로 인해  힘들었던 프로젝트를 성공으로 이끈건 나이젤의 끊이지 않는 열정 이였습니다

오퍼레이션 점보는 배경이 다른 두사람을 하나의 마음으로 이은 계기가 되었으며, 사람의 눈을 통해 수마트라에서 일어나고 있는 비극적인 현실들을 세상에 알려 연약한 동물들을 멸종의 위기로 부터 구해내는 계기가 되었습니다

 

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Comments from Viewers
Hi Nigel,
Saw the doco on your elephant relocation from Sumatra to your park. I want to share some pictures I took on Operasi Ganesh back in the early 80's when about 80 or so elephants were rounded up over a two month period and moved from a transmigrasi area in Sth Sumatra. You may be able to use the pictures in a way to help their plight. I covered the project as a photojournalist and I guess they're now very rare pictures.
Look forward to hearing from you.
Max Lawrence
Australia

Dear Sir,
We watched a television program where elephants were transported from Sumatra to Bali throughout the past week. We were both deeply touched and inspired by what you were and ARE doing. What a champion! My husband is a professional truck driver and was dismayed by the difficulties you were encountering with transport and asked me to contact you. If you ever need truck drivers he is sure he could round up some of his truck driving mates and they would fly over at their expense, to help transport the elephants is a very professional manner. i.e staying together as a convoy and following your instructions directly. Keep up the fabulous work-the show was amazing to watch.
Yours faithfully.
Lynda & Shane Woods
LEWISHAM, TAS. AUSTRALIA

Hi Guys,
Just saw your doco on SBS TV, what a journey, wish I was there, anyway, I'm a 40 yr young guy from Perth WA, I really loved the passion you have have towards, all creatures great and small, I will get straight to the point, I want to dedicate my life to animal welfare and conservation, if there is any opportunity, to help out with your awsome resort, at any level, please let me know as I am keen and am willing to give anything a go.
Sincerly,
Simon Howlett
Perth WA Australia

Dear Mr Mason.
Christmas 2006 my family visited Bali for the first time and unfortunately we did not get to your park, priority for our next visit. On Sunday ABC aired your 2004 rescue of 10 Elephants from Sumatra my daughter and I cried with joy and sadness during the showing. We both wanted to pass on our depeest gratitude to you and your staff for your unrelentless determination and courage at releasing these graceful creatures from a life of pain and suffering, we only wish the 2month old was realeased to you for a better life. These graceful creatures need so much respect and understanding and your park does this. Whilst in Bali and seeing all the Elephant merchandise I fell in love with these wonderous creatures my husband even purchased a large painting which hangs in my office carrying you away to a different world upon looking at it. We would like to make a personal donation to help keep these creatures safe could you advise how we can do this other than purchasing a painting.
Thank you,
Sue & Thea Burnett, Western Australia

Just saw your documentary about the elephants on ABC TV Australia ...excellent work Nigel there should be more guys like you. We will definitely be staying at your resort when we go to bali just waiting on baby to reach one before we travel.... This is a pat on the back your a champion for a great cause.
John May, Australia

Nigel,
Last night my husband and I sat and watched a documentary about Elephants being driven from a training camp in the north of Sumatra to your safari park on Bali. We were deeply moved by your efforts and determination in getting those beautiful animals safely to your park. I can't find the words to express our astonishment at your efforts and the emotions provoked. We would love to visit your park but are wary of travelling to Bali for obvious reasons. I have only just read your warning about the devious methods used by drivers to take people to other parks. You have lived there for many years and yet they do this to you, what would they do to two middle aged tourists trying to get to you? Only interested in seeing the animals and maybe spending time in their presence. Not interested in white water rafting or any of the other adventure type experiences. We are drawing up a "bucket list" so to speak.........I think we will try to get to see you in the early part of 2010 but will contact you direct for fear of being ripped off. Look forward to spending time with you and your beautiful elephants in 2010. What would be the best/safest method of sending a donation to the safari park.
Lorraine Jones, Brisbane, Australia.

Nigel,
Watched the documentary on ABC TV last evening, showing you taking the elephants from Sumatra to Bali, it was absolutely wonderful, congratulations on a job well done, it was very emotional.
We visited your park in August just before the Bali bombing, but it wasn’t until last night that we became
aware of the work you have done and continue to do, keep up the good work, the Indonesian people should be so proud of having someone such as you, who is committed to saving these beautiful creatures.
So glad to see on your web site that you have had babies born since the completion of the documentary.
Regards,
Sandra Lymbery, Coral Bay, Western Australia.

Hi Nigel,
Watched the doco you made in 2002 (on our ABC) about rescuing the elephants and bringing them back to Bali. A great effort. I am wondering how they are after 7 years and do you intend to rescue any more..it was heart breaking to see you leave the 6 month old behind....it was only a baby, why wouldn't the Indonesian government let you buy him? Do you think people in Indonesia will gradually become more respectful of elephants and improve their treatment of them?
We live in the South East of Victoria in Gippsland and are focused on buying land to provide a safe haven for the release of rehabilitated wildlife, injured or orphaned...even in Australia native animals are not given the chance of a peaceful safe existence. Good luck with your elephants.
Sincerely,
Janette Collins, Thorpdale, Vic, Australia.

Hi Nigel,
I saw 'Operation Jumbo' on the ABC last night and have done my homework looking up your websites. What a wonderful, rewarding life you live. I am teaching Year 5 next year and have included 'Endangered Species' as a unit of work so we will be definitely making the boys aware pf the plight of the Sumatran elephant. Denise rang me a couple of years ago but I have since lost contact. Are you able to help me with a phone number?
Kind Regards,
Christine Marks, Hampton, Victoria, Australia.

Hi Nigel,
I trust this site is the one through which I am able to make contact with you.
I live in South Australia, just outside Adelaide, and was viewing the documentary, last night, on your amazing rescue of 10 elephants, from the Elephant Training Centres in Sumatra.
It was so gut wrenching and upsetting to view the elephants left in Sumatra, and I understand you won't be re-locating any more, from that area.
In your opinion, and having seen the situation first hand, is there anything we, as a community, can do to rescue or re-home the remaining animals, by way of setting up a scheme whereby donations can assist in some type of mass evacuation to more amenable living conditions? I don't know how, but surely there is something we can do. It is almost unbearable to think they are going to suffer a horrible life and early demise, through lack of care!! The decimation of their habitat is so distressing, and it appears nothing is being done to stop it!
Any comments re the above, if you have the time, would be most appreciated. I know there are also many other species requiring assistance, and to think about all of their needs, is overwhelming; one feels so helpless, in the face of such blatant destruction of habitat, and 'poaching'!!
Thank you, for having the compassion to rescue those already in your care.
Kind regards,
Denise - South Australia

To the Elephant Safari Park Manager,
I have just watched a documentary on the Elephant Safari Park called "Operation Jumbo".
Watching the documentary, I admire Nigel's dedication to rescuing the elephants who were in such poor condition and would likely not have survived let alone have much quality of life without his intervention. They are obviously more comfortable at the Elephant Safari Park than they were in their previous situation - they are now receiving the food and water they need, as well as the veterinary care they require.
I too am passionate about elephants - their declining numbers across Asia due to loss of natural habitat, malnutrition and insufficient care is cause for great concern. I believe it is important to educate people (both locals and tourists) about the Asian elephant - their history as slaves to man and the potential for a return to their natural way of life in the future with the help of man.
However, the program also raised some concerns for me with regards to some of the practices used by the mahouts and the activities the elephants appear to be required to engage in.
In particular I am concerned about the use of the hook to "persuade" the elephants to obey the will of their mahout. I'm sure you are aware of the process called "the crush" (the torture process used to break the elephant's spirit and fear man as their master - a large number of juvenile's do not survive this training as it is so brutal). As an animal lover, I could not imagine that you would be an advocate of this process and the part the hook has to play in it.
I am also concerned about the elephants entertaining tourist by painting, being used for rides, and engaging in heavy labour such as lifting logs. These would seem rather unnatural practices for an elephant and the training process they endure to get them to "perform" can be not only cruel but also cause permanent physical injury. If an elephant chooses to do these activities of their own free will, without the any "persuasion", then it would be doing what it enjoys and what comes naturally. However, if this is not the case, then I would find this not only cruel but also demeaning to these majestic and amazing creatures. I for one would much rather have the experience of seeing an elephant being an elephant doing what they do naturally than have it "perform" for me.
Therefore, I am keen to learn more about the Elephant Safari Park and how the elephant's are rehabilitated after their often traumatic past experiences. I am also interested to understand whether the Park endorses the use of the hook and whether you educate your visitors on the "training" that captive elephants undergo to perform for man's entertainment?
I look forward to your response.
Kind regards,
Jody Blackburn, Palmwoods, Queensland, Australia.

I've just watched The ABC and your fascinating journey across Sumatra, Jawa and into Bali by truck. Bloody amazing! A great program, incredible publicity for you guys which is well-deserved, and a kick in the rear end for the officious sods in JKT.
The plight of the elephants, other fauna and the forests is hard to imagine, and the program really showed up the sorry state of affairs there. Also, last night they ran a long program on the plight of the Orang-Utan in Borneo, also for the same reasons.
Keep up the great work, and we'll come and visit on our next trip to the Isle of the Gods.
Cheers mate and a Happy New Year/Selamat Tahun Baru.
Adrian and Nyoman, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Hi,
I was just watching on ABC TV about saving the elephants from Sumatra - it was a few years old as the second bombing of Bali happened during the filming but I was wondering how much it costs to transport an elephant from there to Bali ? Also how everything is going there now and if Debi is still alive - I was there in July 2007 at the Elephant Park and there was a baby elephant there then but not sure of its name, also there was 7 of us so we had 3 x elephants for rides and each gave the owner/rider? some money, just wondering if we do that again does it actually help with running the park and the animals or do the riders keep it themselves and if so how can/do we donate while we are there? I am heading to Bali again in 3 weeks and would love to come visit again. You are all doing a fantastic job - on behalf of an animal lover thank you. Please keep up the good work.
Thank you,
Billie Browne, Beeliar, Western Australia.

 Hi there,
I visited your park this year and was truly amazed and then heart broken when I had to leave. I have such love and true passion for Elephants and had tears in my eyes when I heard the story "Project Jumbo" and i just wanted to thank everyone involved for caring and making such an effort to save those elephants and to take such good care of them. The world is lucky to have people like all of you. I hope to myself one day work with Elephants and help protect them and their habitat in the wild. I am finding it difficult to gain any experience and would greatly appreciate any advice on gaining some work volunteering, just want to help in any way I can.
Please let me know if there is anyway I can get involved.
Thank you all again.
Kind regards,
Sarah Hubber, Australia.

Dear Nigel and Yanie,
I'm from Melbourne, Australia and just seen your documentary this evening. I wish I could have been on that 4 day and 6 hour trip to help. I admire your determination and courage in saving these beautiful animals.
I've never been to Indonesia and never intended to go but now I would like to come and stay in your Park one day.
Have a lovely New Year. God bless your family and the support you have to continue growing the elephant kingdom.
Warmest regards,
Jana Holmer, Coburg, Victoria, Australia.

I watched your show regarding the movement of Sumatran elephants to your park tonight even though it may of been viewed many times prior.
I feel the show was a few years old but I was extremely moved by your efforts and the concern you have for theior plight. Bloody well done and we now have your park on our travel agenda.
All the best and well done on your conservation of these wonderful animals
Adam Jacobs, Willunga, SA, Australia.

Hi Nigel,
Long time no see but had to email & congratulate you on the great work you are doing with the elephants. Ray & I have just watched the mammoth task of moving the elephants from Sumatra to your park, well done. Your park looks a lovely place. I love animals so really appreciate your efforts. We have'nt been to Bali but will certainly make a visit to your park should we make it sometime.
Your "old" neighbour Marilyn (Stewart)
Marilyn Craig, Mornington, Victoria, Australia.

Just wanted to thank you and your team for the amazing work you do. You're truly inspirational!
Peace and happiness for 2010 my friends!
Phil Read, Tasmania, Australia.

Hello Mr Nigel Mason,
I feel I need to write to tell you that I have just watched your " OPERATION JUMBO " on TV over here in Australia. You and your team are incredible human beings, the love and care you showed those wonderful creatures had me using up a box of tissues. How sad we humans cause so much damage to the earth. I'm sorry if this is strange but I just had to let you know how much we are all blessed and so lucky that there are beautiful people like yourself in the world. I feel so sad for all the other elephants not in your care especially the baby you were not allowed to take. Once again thank you for having the guts to make a change to the world. You are truly amazing and thank you for sharing your story and i will be forever grateful.
Thank you,
Megan Champion, Hamilton South, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

G’day Nigel,
Just had the privilege of seeing your documentary on the Elephants, on our ABC TV.
I was so impressed with what you have achieved I thought I would just like to let you know our admiration for you and your family’s achievements.
We will get there one day, however at the moment are getting a Riverine Buffalo Dairy and cheese business off the ground. Keep up the great work.
Best regards,
Geoff Arthur
Beatrice Buffalo Pty Ltd, Humpty Doo, NT, Australia.

Nigel and Yanie,
Just watched "Operation Jumbo" on ABC TV and moved to say 'good on yer' for what you've done and
are doing to save the Sumatran elephants.

Hi Nigel,
My name is Tennille, I live in Newcastle NSW (Aust) with my 2 year old son. As I was putting him to bed tonight I flicked on the TV and caught "Operation Jumbo".
I wanted to email to tell you what my little boy had to say. Let me preface by telling you that elephants are one of his favourite animals. The section we caught was towards the end, you were taking the elephants off the truck at the park, you took the chains off and made a comment about "no chains here". My boy (Sam) watched wide-eyed and gasped, "oh mummy, look, the man is making them be free".
He wouldn't go to sleep until I sat down at the computer with him and showed him more elephant pictures and told him all about your park.
Even my 2 year old could see that what you're doing is a really cool thing. He was chatter boxing to me about "free big nele-pants" and fell asleep muttering "ride in the truck to go and be free".
We'll be in Bali in March next year, up in Ubud for a few days before we head down to Tanjung Benoa for some serious r&r. Sam and I have had a rough 12 months, his dad left us (moved away) just over 12 months ago and through it all Sam has been a shiny, positive happy creature. I made a promise to him when his dad left that no matter what he & I would go on adventures, that we'd see the world, that I'd show him that good people exist and do great things.
So tonight, I told we're going on a holiday AND I also told him we might even get to see elephants. We are celebrating our "freedom" and I'm hoping that I'll be able to show my boy the 'nele-pants' that you have set free while we are there.
Nigel, you're a special person. Thank you, truly, for removing the chains, for letting freedom prevail.
Hopefully we'll be able to visit your park in March when we are there, I'm really into the concept of showing my son the whole world by taking him to it- Bali is his first overseas trip. Elephants will make it even more special. I'll be the harassed looking mama with a son who is refusing to leave the park! If you're around I'm sure my boy would love to meet the man who set his beloved elephants free.
Tennille.

Just watched your documentary on TV. Congratulations on your fabulous work! Love the elephant art! Can you tell me the cost of postage and handling for a painting to Melbourne?
Thank you!
Sue Gilbert, Australia.
 

 

Hi,bali holiday 3 I just wanted to say thank you so much for the wonderful time we had at the safari park.

After a few emails between you and I we decided to book online for the rafting/night safari/show and dinner on 15th December. The rafting was a lot of fun, the guides were very friendly and informative.

When we arrived at the safari park it was like a dream come true. The park is so amazing, we have been to many parks in Thailand and everything there is really dry. We were very impressed with how green everything was and how beautiful the gardens were. The elephants all looked happy and relaxed.



There were only about 10 people at the park that evening so it felt really special. First we hand fed the adult elephants and then we went to see the babies. I was so excited about meeting 'Riski' after watching the video of her birth on You Tube. She was amazing and so friendly, as you can see by the photos I have attached we had some special times together, she was so excited she actually climbed out of the enclosure.

Then we watched the elephant show which was very entertaining, my only disappointment was that the elephants did not do any painting, as I would have liked to purchase one that I saw being painted. This was followed by the night safari around the park, we rode on 'Rama' the elephant with one tusk, his mahout was very friendly and gave us information about the park and the elephants.

bali holiday 1Dinner was sensational, the 'Palm Grove' dining area is such a romantic setting. Unfortunately during dinner it started to rain and we have to move to the dining area overlooking the lake, this was done very smoothly by the waiting staff. The quality of the food was unexpected, it rivals some of the top restaurants in Sydney!

Please pass on our thanks to all the staff for giving us a wonderful experience, we will be coming back to the safari park on our next visit to Bali and this time we will stay at the lodge.
Kind Regards,
Chris and Kevin Nutsford, Sydney Australia.

 

 


Name: Christine Climas
Country: Australia
Comment:
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Hi Nigel & team,

I am writing, although a little late, to thank you so much for having me ( Christine ), my daughter ( Janine ) and good friend ( Lynn ) at your Park. We had an absolutely amazing time and experience that I just still cannot put into words. You should be so proud of what you and your wife have accomplished as well as your amazing staff . If I have not told over 100 people about your park I would be lying.

When I arrived at the park we were welcomed with a young Balinese girl saying "Welcome to your Home", you could not imagine how that made me feel as I so unwell when I arrived, ( a condition that I have). The staff that looked after us were the nicest people I have ever meet in bali. I felt very honoured that you had time to sit with us for tea as that showed us what type of person you really are.

Friends of mine are heading to Bali in August and I have passed on your web site details, they will contact you when they arrive as I have told them you offer pick up service in your packages as I would hate them to be taken to the wrong one like I was before. I will DEFINITELY be back, most likely in November.

Once again, thank you so much for having us, please tell all your staff they are amazing. The DVD and book are great. WELL DONE!

Regards Christine
PS: Am keeping a close eye out for the arrival of the baby! Did you tell me late Feb early March?

See also Christine's previous comments in the Complaints File.
 


Name: Janelle and John Watson
Country: Australia
Comment:
We recently visited the park on 27/12/08. Mr Mason was kind enough to say hello whilst showing some people around from the Budapest Zoo.
We purchased 'operation jumbo' and have just watched it. This is the reason for the email - what an inspiration to anyone with a love of animals.
Some people are put on this earth to do great things - nigel and yannie are two such people. The park was our favourite day whilst in bali and we will continue to visit each time we go there. We hope the breeding plan is a success.
To all concerned - keep up this wonderful work.
 

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Comment: Very enjoyable. Safari ride was just the right distance.
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Country: Australia
Comment: Very enjoyable, excellent elephant handler. Would recommend.
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Name: Robert Frith
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Comment: Best tour in Bali.
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Name: Paul Konikoff
Country: USA
Comment: Loved the elephants.  Highly recommend. Good buffet.
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Name: Pamela Simpson
Country: United States
Comment: Amazing tour! Staff incredibly professional - great value.
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Name: Murray
Country: England
Comment: Fantastic! Great experience - unforgettable.
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Name: Mr & Mrs Cox
Country: England
Comment: Very unique tour. Elephant Safari Ride fantastic.
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Name: Mick & Kim Duffy
Country: Australia
Comment: Awsome day. Staff very informative. Best tour yet.
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Name: Melissa
Country: Australia
Comment: Crikey - bloody great mate. Beautiful.
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Comment: Excellent - memorable experience.
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Name: McKain
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Comment: Fabulous experience.  Second visit and will return.
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Name: Kelly Turner
Country: England
Comment: Had a great time - would visit again.
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Name: Kelly Flanagan
Country: USA
Comment: Great & a great birthday present for my daughter.
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Name: Karen Hyett
Country: England
Comment: Guide was fantastic - definitely recommend.
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Name: Judianto
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Comment: Wonderful tour! Beautiful park.
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Name: Hayley Byfield
Country: Australia
Comment: Well organized, well behaved elephants, great food.
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Country: Australia
Comment: Fun, exciting, peaceful - would love to do it again.
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Comment: We loved it - excellent service - we will be back.
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Name: Bryer Harris
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Comment: Very impressive - high international standard. Amazing experience.
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Name: Brian Norton & Siti Kholieah
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Comment: Beautiful park - very clean - great food.
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Name: Batrakoulis Nikos
Country: Greece
Comment: All great! Great hospitality & delicious food.
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Name: Barbara Trewin
Country: Australia
Comment: Well run, beautiful environment, great staff. Loved it!
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Comment: We have done it again for the third time!
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Comment: Was a great day...all staff were friendly...loved the food!
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Name: McCutcheon
Country: Australia
Comment: The entire events were worth every cent. Will recommend to family and friends. Clean and friendly!
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Name: Amanda McSweeney
Country: Australia
Comment: The elephant was excellent. The mahout was very pleasant and explained everything.
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Name: Daniel
Country: Australia
Comment: Great tour...was one of the top place I have been to.
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Name: Murphy
Country: Australia
Comment: Excellent outing. Elephants appear to be very happy (content) and well cared for. Staff excellent.
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Name: Vince and Chantelle Ion
Country: U.K.
Comment: Lovely setting...well worth the journey. Elephants look very happy and keepers very knowledgable.
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Name: Linda and Michael Herbert
Country: England
Comment: Fantastic, perfect. A wonderful time and superb lunch.
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Name: Patrick
Country: Australia
Comment: The park and the people are all excellent and the elephants look very well cared for.
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Name: F. Newbury
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Comment: Beautiful, keep up the good work. Will recommend to anyone coming to Bali...its a must do!
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Name: Dabrouska
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Comment: Whan was very kind and we had a good time. Food was delicious.
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Name: Garnett
Country: Britian
Comment: Wonderful, peaceful, tranquil place. Elephants are so happy here. Love to stay when lodges complete.
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Name: Nathan Williams
Country: Australia
Comment: Great day, well worth it, you can see the elephants are well taken care of.
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Name: Martin
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Name: Jeroln
Country: Holland
Comment: Very good time and show. We all loved it. especially my kids. Great value for money. The food was also....
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Name: Fay Mulliner
Country: Australia
Comment: Terrific staff and interaction with Arum and Albert. An unforgettable experience!! Thanks!!
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Name: Nicky & Anton
Country: South Africa
Comment: This tour was the highlight to our visit to Bali...Thank you!
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Name: Jan Rutherford
Country: Australia
Comment: Have just recently returned from two wonderful weeks in Bali. I have travelled many times to this island and was looking for something new when I found your brochure in our hotel lobby...
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Name: Robert Foord - Proud Australia Group
Country: Adelaide, South Australia
Comment: My purpose for writing is to sincerely thank you for your very kind hospitality on the morning of my visit. We had a wonderful time viewing the park and it was extremely exciting seeing......
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Name: Jamal Hussain - GM Hard Rock Hotel
Country: Bali, Indonesia
Comment: Jessica and the kids enjoyed the afternoon tremendously...I was very impressed with the expertise of the rafting guides especially in relation to having young children on board.......
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Name: Rucina Ballinger - YKIP Kid's
Country: Bali, Indonesia
Comment: We would like to thank you for your generous donation of free entrance to the Elephant Park for the children of the bomb victims last......
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Name: Helen Murray
Country: Australia
Comment: I have visited your elephant park today and have been most impressed.  I would like to donate $100 to help you with your wonderful work.  I hope to come back again. Click here to see BAT's response to this letter.
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Name: Mrs. V Hansen
Country: Australia
Comment: My husband and I have just finished our third trip to Bali and enjoyed it once more. Last time we went rafting. This time we took the tour to the Elephant Park and were very impressed, especially by the.....
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Name: Brian
Country: Australia
Comment: Excellent value, sensational show, well treated animals, hands on feeding great. Appreciate concept of preservation of elephants for future generations.
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Name: Charles Ennor
Country: Australia
Comment: Very good. Elephants trained well, good captivity. Thank you.
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Name: Cutchie
Country: Australia
Comment: The park is beautiful. Full of life. Please keep it up. Also very clean.
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Name: Howarth
Country: Australia
Comment: Loved the elephants. Staff were very friendly.
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Name: John Lavictoire
Country: England
Comment: Good value for money and elephant guide very friendly.
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Name: Julie Liston
Country: Australia
Comment: Very enjoyable. Elephants very talented. Thank you for a good day.
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Name: Julie and Steve O'Sullivan
Country: Australia
Comment: Absolutely fantastic, well done, I loved everything about being here, lunch was beautiful, you have done an excellent job and I will be telling everyone at home
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Name: Kasee Rogers
Country: Australia
Comment: This place was very nice, I would do it again.
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Name: Kylie
Country: Australia
Comment: Great set up, great to be able to get so close and feed the elephants.
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Name: Louise Kelly
Country: Australia
Comment: Today was a fantastic opportunity. The staff were very friendly and we were given lots of opportunities to see the elephants up close and take photos.
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Name: Michelle Webber
Country: Australia
Comment: Absolutly fantastic, will never forget it!!
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Name: Mr & Mrs Symes
Country: Australia
Comment: Most enjoyable - great value - animals delightful, the handlers as well. Conservation - well appreciated.
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Name: Natalie West
Country: Australia
Comment: Very good value for money - thoroughly enjoyed the experience - FANTASTIC.
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Name: Ralph Williams
Country: Australia
Comment: This safari park is really good value and once in a life time opportunity
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Name: Simon Eyre
Country: Australia
Comment: Loved it, happy to see healthy and happy animals. Great staff as well.
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Name: Smith
Country: Australia
Comment: Fabulous. The best tour we have been on while in Bali.
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Name: Stacey McKenzie
Country: Australia
Comment: The tour was great! Elephants were beautiful! Show was amazing! Well done.
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Name: Stuckwood
Country: Australia
Comment: What an experience, Fantastic in every way. All the elephant guides were so obliging with photos and have such good manners.
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Name: Tania Marshall
Country: Australia
Comment: An absolute beautiful park, tranquil and peaceful. Would make a beautiful place to get married.
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Name: Karen Grayson - MTA Travel
Country: Australia
Comment: I bring tours to Bali from Australia and think you offer an excellent program. I will recommend you. I visit Bali every 3 months...
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Name: Sally, Lloyd, Samantha Wright
Country: Australia
Comment: Lovely park, elephants look happy, beautifully clean and tidy. Really enjoyed the ride and stroking the elephant. The show was done really well and .....
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Name: Taylor
Country: Australia
Comment: Loved it!!  Very enjoyable, would recommend to everyone.
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Name: Jeff Ellis
Country: England
Comment: An excellent day - pleased to see a large interest in animal's welfare too.
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Name: Lisa O'Donnell
Country: Australia
Comment: Lovely place, nice gardens and the projects to keep elephants alive is a truely great job.  We thank you.  We love elephants!!!
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Name: Daniel Western
Country: Australia
Comment: The tour was great value for money and I would recommend it to all of my friends and family coming to Bali.
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Name: Smith
Country: Australia
Comment: A fantastic experience - beautiful surroundings - a wonderful insight into the relationship of the mahout and these treasured animals.  Please keep up the conservation effort.
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Name: Edwards
Country: Australia
Comment: Excellent park and surroundings.  Excellent service and food (top rate).
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Name: Jris and Weyland Wong
Country: U.S.
Comment: Wonderful program.  Elephants well treated and living in healthy and happy environment.  Can't wait to tell people back home!
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Name: V. Pilar
Country: Canada
Comment: Very informative and well run park.  Very relaxing and well presented.
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Name: Donna Kleeman
Country: Australia
Comment: This is one of the best tours I have ever been on - very enjoyable.
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Name: Brian Mclure
Country: Canada
Comment: I will recommend the tour to other travellers and friends
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Name: Daryl and Kate Feast
Country: England
Comment: Fantastic morning, very impressed, guides were great!
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Name: M Underwood
Country: Australia
Comment: Fantastic day, the whole family loved it!
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Name: Shorteous
Country: Australia
Comment: Fantastic elephants and staff - best tour in Bali - very exciting - outstanding!
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Name: Spicer Family
Country: Australia
Comment: Great value, great service, elephants good value, mahouts very friendly, know lots about the elephants!
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3.5 hectares of Botanical Gardens  Orchid displays

Our Unique Park Features:
- World's largest herd of captive Sumatran Elephants 31, including babies
- Museum & Elephant Discovery Information Gallery
- 3.5 hectares of Botanical Gardens & Orchid displays
- Elephant Rides through Taro Forest
- Safari Under the Stars (Night Safari Ride & Night Show)
- 270 seat Park Restaurant & Bakery
- Private Dining Gazebo
- Elephant Bathing Lakes & Fish Ponds
- Elephant Talent Arena floodlit for Night Show
- 4 daily complimentary Elephant Shows on admission
- Elephant Boutique Gift Shop
- Souvenir Photo Shop
- Safari Corner Store & Kiosk
- Guest Business Centre for all visitors
- Wi-Fi Internet Access park wide
- Mammoths Head Bar, Lounge & Terrace
- Swimming Pool & Courtyard (Guests that stay at the Lodge only)
- Safari Wellness Spa
- Guest Fitness & Weight Rooms (Guest stay at Lodge only)
- Wedding Pavillion
- VIP Helicopter Landing Pad
- Helicopter Sky Tours & Transfers from the Lodge
- Research Laboratory
- Breeding and Conservation Area
- The Only 'complete' Elephant Experience in the World
- Location of acclaimed documentary "OPERATION JUMBO"

 

Talent Discovery Arena

Watch elephant paint, play basketball, do maths and spray water for good luck! Our Parks' Talent Discovery Arena features four complimentary presentations a day revealing much about the talented behavior of our rescued Sumatran Elephants. The talent displays are fun and informative and show the fascinating adaptations of elephants, their characteristic, habits and need for conservation.

Daily shows are on at: 11.45am | 1.45pm | 3.45pm | 6.45pm*

*safari under the stars guests only

Elephant Rides through Taro Forest
270 seat Park Restaurant  Bakery Elephant Talent Arena floodlit for Night Show
Breeding and Conservation Area Mammoths Head Bar Lounge  Terrace
Elephant Bathing Lakes  Fish Ponds Museum  Elephant Discovery Information Gallery
Elephant Boutique Gift Shop Private Dining Gazebo
   

 

 

 

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  <p>Our Unique Park Features:<br>
    - World&rsquo;s largest herd of captive Sumatran Elephants 30, including babies<br>
    - Museum &amp; Elephant Discovery Information Gallery<br>
    - 3.5 hectares of Botanical Gardens &amp; Orchid displays<br>
    - Elephant Rides through Taro Forest<br>
    - Safari Under the Stars (Night Safari Ride &amp; Night Show)<br>
    - 270 seat Park Restaurant &amp; Bakery<br>
    - Private Dining Gazebo<br>
    - Elephant Bathing Lakes &amp; Fish Ponds<br>
    - Elephant Talent Arena floodlit for Night Show<br>
    - 4 daily complimentary Elephant Shows on admission<br>
    - Elephant Boutique Gift Shop<br>
    - Souvenir Photo Shop<br>
    - Safari Corner Store &amp; Kiosk<br>
    - Guest Business Centre for all visitors<br>
    - Wi-Fi Internet Access park wide<br>
    - Mammoths Head Bar, Lounge &amp; Terrace<br>
    - Swimming Pool &amp; Courtyard (Guest stay at Lodge only)<br>
    - Safari Wellness Spa<br>
    - Guest Fitness &amp; Weight Rooms (Guest stay at Lodge only)<br>
    - Wedding Pavillion<br>
    - VIP Helicopter Landing Pad<br>
    - Research Laboratory<br>
    - Breeding and Conservation Area<br>
    - The Only&rsquo;Complete&rsquo; Elephant Experience in the World<br>
    - Location of acclaimed documentary &ldquo;OPERATION JUMBO"</p>
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  <p>Talent Discovery Arena</p>
  <p>Watch   elephant paint, play basketball, do maths and spray water for good   luck! Our Parks&rsquo; Talent Discovery Arena features four complimentary   presentations a day revealing much about the talented behavior of our   rescued Sumatran Elephants. The talent displays are fun and informative   and show the fascinating adaptations of elephants, their characteristic,   habits and need for conservation.</p>
  <p>Daily shows are on at: 11.00 | 13.00 | 15.30 | 18.45*</p>
  <p>*safari under the stars guests only</p>
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