Mason Elephant Park & Lodge in Indonesia


Mason Elephant Park & Lodge
Typecamp

Owner 1997-: Nigel Mason
1997-: Yanie Mason
Sizefour-hectare (9.9-acre)
Founded1996
Opened for public1997
Address Jalan Elephant Safari Park Banjar Desa Taro Tegallalang
Zip-code 80561
Place Taro
District Tegallalang
Province Gianyar Regency
Region Bali
Country Indonesia
Website Website

Directors: Jian Mason (assistant director)
: Shan Mason (assistant director)

Key People -: Ketut Nursyarifah (manager)

Veterinarians 1997: Ketut Nursyarifah (head veterinarian)
1997: Dharma (head veterinarian)
1997: Dewa Yudistira (veterinarian)

Elephant department

Head keepers
of elephants
-: Agustina Wayan
(elephant head-keeper)

Elephant keepers -: Sugimin
-: Sukatno
-: Suntoro
-: Suparjo
-: Supomo
-: Suryono
-: Suwanto
-: Rifai Ahmad
-: Siregar Ahmad
-: Kusworo Catur
-: Nurdiansyah Deddy
-: Prakoso Gamal
-: Yandika Gede
-: Pramono Hendra
-: Darmadi Komang
-: Birawan Made
-: Suana Made
-: Sudarma Made
-: Suweta Made
-: Widiantara Made
-: Rifai Muhamad
-: Budiana Nyoman
-: Budiasa Nyoman
-: Raka Nyoman
-: Sudiarta Putu
-: Siregar Salhabil
-: Budi Wayan
-: Mada Wayan
-: Ni Wayan
-: Sartana Wayan
-: Wartana Wayan
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Description

Mason Elephant Park & Lodge, located at Jalan Elephant Safari Park Banjar Desa Taro Tegallalang, in Taro, Indonesia , was founded in 1996, opened for public in 1997.

Living elephants

At the Mason Elephant Park & Lodge lives 33 elephants with records in this database: (detail list)
  1. Ardila born 1980
  2. Arjuna born 2019-06-25
  3. Arum born 1973
  4. Bores
  5. Deby born 2002?
  6. Desi born 1986
  7. Dewi
  8. Dina
  9. Eva born 1981
  10. Fajar born 2013-05-04
  11. Fatima born 1993
  12. Fitri
  13. Ganteng born 2009-03-29
  14. Jegeg born 2009-03-15
  15. Krishna born 2020-00-00
  16. Kusuma
  17. Lupcik
  18. Melani
  19. Niki
  20. Novi
  21. Ola
  22. Olin
  23. Puspa
  24. Rama
  25. Ramona born 1995-02-27
  26. Rizki born 2009-09-09
  27. Roxy
  28. Ryan born 2000
  29. Seng Wong born 1983
  30. Senggigi born 1986
  31. Tagor
  32. Tia
  33. Yanti

Comments / pictures1996: The park opens with 9 Sumatran Elephants (among them; Kusuma and Ramona).

1997: 8 more Sumatran Elephants are rescued from Sumatra (among them; Ardila, Arum, Desi, Eva, and Sengigi), making a total of 17 Elephants.

2004: In October 2004, Mason and his team rescued and brought 10 elephants from Sumatra to Bali , including 2 baby elephants, (2 year old Debby & 4 year old Ryan), making a total of 27 Elephants. Their journey was filmed by an Australian film company under the name "Operation Jumbo".

2009: 3 elephant babies born; In mid 2009 the Park’s first naturally conceived baby elephant is born. The first birth was quickly followed by two more this year, making a total of 30 Elephants.

2012: The fourth baby Elephant (Fajar) is born, making a total of 31 Elephants.

2020: Krishna was born, making a total of 32 Elephants, of which six were naturally born in the camp.


References for records about Mason Elephant Park & Lodge

Recommended Citation

Koehl, Dan (2024). Mason Elephant Park & Lodge, Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=940. (archived at the Wayback machine)

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