Elephant Hotel

Guests might not need to pack a trunk to stay at this hotel because it’s already got enough to spare thanks to being filled with ELEPHANTS. Whether it’s a single, double or JUMBO sized room visitors can expect to share their stay with some larger than life animals. Elephant Safari Park Lodge, in Taro, Bali, Indonesia, has its own herd of 30 endangered rescued Sumatran elephants which wander freely around the eight-acre grounds.

Guests might not need to pack a trunk to stay at this hotel because it's already got enough to spare thanks to being filled with ELEPHANTS. Whether it's a single, double or JUMBO sized room visitors can expect to share their stay with some larger than life animals. Elephant Safari Park Lodge, in Taro, Bali, Indonesia, has its own herd of 30 endangered rescued Sumatran elephants which wander freely around the eight-acre grounds.

Guests might not need to pack a trunk to stay at this hotel because it's already got enough to spare thanks to being filled with ELEPHANTS. Whether it's a single, double or JUMBO sized room visitors can expect to share their stay with some larger than life animals. Elephant Safari Park Lodge, in Taro, Bali, Indonesia, has its own herd of 30 endangered rescued Sumatran elephants which wander freely around the eight-acre grounds.

Guests might not need to pack a trunk to stay at this hotel because it's already got enough to spare thanks to being filled with ELEPHANTS. Whether it's a single, double or JUMBO sized room visitors can expect to share their stay with some larger than life animals. Elephant Safari Park Lodge, in Taro, Bali, Indonesia, has its own herd of 30 endangered rescued Sumatran elephants which wander freely around the eight-acre grounds.

Guests might not need to pack a trunk to stay at this hotel because it's already got enough to spare thanks to being filled with ELEPHANTS. Whether it's a single, double or JUMBO sized room visitors can expect to share their stay with some larger than life animals. Elephant Safari Park Lodge, in Taro, Bali, Indonesia, has its own herd of 30 endangered rescued Sumatran elephants which wander freely around the eight-acre grounds.