Taman Safari Indonesia invites Indian tourists to explore wildlife

 Tuesday, September 19, 2023 


Taman Safari Indonesia (TSI), a prominent animal edutainment and conservation center, extends a warm invitation to Indian tourists, recognizing the growing interest from over 100,000 Indian visitors this year.

TSI is renowned for its commitment to four core pillars: education, recreation, research, and wildlife conservation. These pillars are accompanied by engaging programs that offer visitors a unique and educational experience.

TSI has been dedicated to the protection of 8,700 animals representing 400 diverse species. These animals are integral to TSI’s commitment to conservation. With four decades of unwavering dedication to the well-being of Indonesia’s wildlife, TSI has earned the trust of national stakeholders, becoming a national asset. Through dedicated conservation programs, TSI has achieved remarkable results, including the reintroduction of endemic animals into their natural habitats.

The Vice President of Media Event and Digital at Taman Safari Indonesia, Alexander Zulkarnain, emphasizes that a visit to Taman Safari Indonesia can add an unforgettable dimension to an Indian tourist’s trip, allowing them to explore lush wildlife habitats, marvel at exotic animal species, and witness TSI’s dedication to their well-being.

TSI comprises six diverse business units across the Indonesian archipelago, each offering unique and immersive wildlife experiences while contributing to the group’s overarching mission of conservation and education.

For instance, Taman Safari Bogor in West Java, just a two-hour drive from Jakarta, is home to 7,000 animals from 300 species, including a beloved panda family. Jakarta Aquarium & Safari offers a captivating world of aquatic wonder, while Safari Beach Jateng is dedicated to the conservation and development of dolphins and other animals.

Solo Safari, established in 2022, offers family outings with over 347 animals representing 87 species of Indonesia’s endemic wildlife. Meanwhile, Taman Safari Prigen in East Java is the largest safari park in Asia, with 2,869 animals from 217 species and a strong focus on conservation.

To enhance the wildlife experience, visitors can stay at TSI’s exquisite resorts within three Taman Safari franchises. Additionally, visitors can purchase official merchandise from Safari Wonders to wrap up their unforgettable adventure.

TSI’s commitment to education, conservation, and unique wildlife experiences makes it an ideal destination for Indian travelers seeking a blend of exploration and conservation initiatives.

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