MASON ELEPHANT SANCTUARY & LODGE IN BALI, INDONESIA

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MASON ELEPHANT SANCTUARY BALI

The Mason Elephant Sanctuary and Lodge near Ubud in Bali, Indonesia is the only dedicated elephant rescue park in Bali. Unlike other elephant parks in parts of South East Asia, this sanctuary has its own philosophy and they take great care to treat the elephants with kindness, patience and respect.

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WHERE IS THE ELEPHANT SANCTUARY BALI

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WHAT TO EXPECT AT THE MASON ELEPHANT SANCTUARY BALI

The Mason Elephant Sanctuary Bali is only a thirty-minute drive from Ubud. You can either do a day trip here or spend one night in the lodge to enjoy the full experience!

Upon arrival at Mason Elephant Sanctuary Bali, I was warmly greeted by the staff at reception and they kindly showed us to our lodge which is inside the park itself.

We were fortunate enough to stay in the Park View Room which overlooks the elephants from our very own balcony. These rooms are very large with excellent interior design and they are kitted out with all the amenities you will need including, a/c, bar fridge, tv, towels, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryers, shampoos and more.

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We were given an itinerary for the two-day stay and first on the list was an elephant ride to dinner. I heard a knock at the front door, so my friends and I went outside and right there was an elephant with its mahout (trainer) waiting at the staircase for us, ready to hop on and take a ride over to the restaurant for dinner!

I was informed that the seating on the elephant is not heavy and it does not hurt the elephant. It is well padded underneath and the weight of the chair and two people does not give the elephant any discomfort, otherwise, the elephant would not tolerate the chair.

The restaurant inside the park caters for all dietary needs and the food is top-notch. You can enjoy a delicious meal here while watching the elephants bathing in the pools next to the restaurant.

There is also an elephant talent show that is very entertaining and I was impressed at what these large animals are capable of. I don’t want to spoil it for you with too many details but there is one elephant that walks a balance beam while playing the harmonica with its trunk!

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Private bungalows at the Elephant Sanctuary Ubud

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MORE ACTIVITIES AT THE MASON ELEPHANT SANCTUARY UBUD

The following morning breakfast is served from 7am-10am, which is included with the room. A starter spread of fruits, yoghurts, cereals, tea, coffee is available and also a set menu to order a main meal.

After breakfast, the next thing on the itinerary is to go and bath the elephants in the park. This was actually very enjoyable and my favourite part of the experience, getting to hose the elephants down and scrub off the mud from their leather-like skin. They were very playful and loved every minute of the interaction with us.

The elephants are cared for 24-hours a day and they all seemed very happy and comfortable. Each elephant has its own personal mahout (trainer) who makes sure they get the correct dietary requirements and vitamins.

If you are staying at one of the accommodation options inside the park there is a swimming pool, gym and spa readily available for use and if you are a daytime visitor you can also visit the art gallery, museum and gift shop located in the park as well.

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An unforgettable experience at the Mason Elephant Sanctuary Bali

FINAL THOUGHTS OF THE ELEPHANT SANCTUARY BALI

In a captive situation, some compromises have to be made to ensure both animals and guests are happy and safe. This explains some of the procedures at the sanctuary that are necessary for a harmonious and safe environment. In my personal experience at the sanctuary, I believed it was a happy and healthy herd of elephants.

If you have any questions in regards to my time spent here at the sanctuary, please leave me a comment below and I will reply as soon as I can.

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8 Comments

  1. July 7, 2018 / 7:35 am

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    • Jonny Melon
      July 10, 2018 / 7:00 am

      awesome, glad you love it!

  2. Cathy L
    December 2, 2018 / 10:28 am

    Thankyou so much for posting this. I absolutely adore elephants but was a little unsure when I rode one whilst in Thailand that I’d heard of the harsh conditions they are put through. I’m off to Bali in March and I will visit sanctuary and maybe change my accommodation of one night to stay there and experience watching them!

    • Jonny Melon
      Author
      December 2, 2018 / 12:15 pm

      Yes you are going to love it!

  3. aniko mitchell
    December 9, 2018 / 1:00 pm

    Spot on. We are here at Mason right now. Staying for 3nights. This place is AMAZING.

    • Jonny Melon
      Author
      December 10, 2018 / 2:20 am

      Awesome, I really hope you enjoy it!

  4. Daniela
    April 8, 2019 / 10:48 pm

    Hey so I’m leaving for Indonesia in a couple of months and because we’re traveling all over the place there’s no time to book a room for a night unfortunately. You mentioned day trips also being possible and I just wanted to know if I have to let the lodge know of my arrival in advance or if I could just show up unannounced.
    Thank you for your answer I loved the article!

    • Jonny Melon
      Author
      April 9, 2019 / 2:50 am

      Hi, a day trip is possible and no reservation is needed 🙂

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