Taman Safari Bogor is one of three safari parks in Indonesia, the two others being Taman Safari Prigen in East Java and the Bali Safari and Marine Park. Taman Safari Indonesia (Bogor) is located in the mountainous area of Cisarua, Bogor regency, West Java.
Situated more than 1,000 meters above sea level at the foot of the Gunung Gede Pangrango national park, Taman Safari enjoys a cooler tropical climate than much of the country.
Located in Cisarua in the Bogor regency, the vast complex is a zoo and animal theme park that has become a popular destination, drawing visitors from nearby areas as well as from across the nation and even from abroad.
Taman Safari is a vast complex with a plethora of activities, including a zoo cluster named “Baby Zoo” that allows up close interactions with a wide range of bird species, along with rides and various animal shows, such as elephants, sea lions and dolphins. There’s also swimming with dolphins. For nature lovers, there is the Jaksa Waterfall to check out.
The easiest way to get there from Jakarta is by car or by the train to Bogor Station.
From Bogor Station, travelers can continue by ride-hailing app services or use the local angkot (public minivans) plying three routes.
Weekday entrance tickets for domestic visitors cost IDR 195,000 per person and IDR 170,000 for children below the age of 6 years.
Prices go up on weekends to IDR 230,000 for adults and IDR 210,000 for children.
Meanwhile, international visitors are charged IDR 400,000 for adults and IDR 350,000 for children five years and below, regardless of the day of the week.
The ticket does not include a parking fee.