I was lucky enough to do a king cobra trip with Bali reptile rescue and Longqi on here. We did a 2 day trip and relocated 3 nests, 85 eggs, and 2 female kings in west bali. The first king was an impressive 3.5m female who was a little flightier then usual apparently. Her nest was in a pretty tricky spot in a clump of bamboo. Recovered 35 eggs from her. We then went to a second nest, however, couldnt find the female so just recovered her nest. It wasnt all reptiles though, we also got to feed these adorable rehab juvenile hornbills. That night we went herping through some nice paddies getting a banded krait, retic, a couple of bronze backs, rat snake, banded wolf snake, assorted toads, one mystery litoria, bali chameleon and a tokay. (i apologise for the average photos). Tokay retic retic Banded krait The next day we went back into king country and found the third females nest. A very small number of eggs at only 16. We found out why when we found her in a rock pile as she was only 2m long. She was still impressive at that size though putting on a nice defensive display. Her nest Her habitat After bagging her (and taking some pics) he headed back to the depo where a few of the rehab, and resident, reptiles were waiting. All up it was a fantastic trip and i would strongly recommend anyone heading to bali to check them out!