Single Day Visit to Elephant Nature Park
Single Day Visit to Elephant Nature Park
Enjoy a full day visit to Elephant Nature Park; a natural home and sanctuary for elephants, buffalos, dogs, cats, birds and many other rescued animals. Your visit starts with a picturesque drive through rural countryside to Elephant Nature Park. You will hear the personal stories of rescued and orphaned elephants. See how they became a proud herd and free from abuse for the first time in their lives. Many find their visit to Elephant Nature Park rewarding and very relaxing. Observe free roaming elephants, and other rescued animals enjoying the natural surroundings of our sanctuary.
Pamper a Pachyderm - Full Day Visit
Pamper a Pachyderm - Full Day Visit
An elephant camp neighboring our park has decided to try out our concept of care. So now three lucky female elephants have dumped their trekking seats and their mahouts hooks have been cast aside. Only six adults per day enjoy the honour of observing their freedom and happiness; they walk, they scratch, they swim, they eat, they dust bathe... all at their own pace... May this be the start of a new trend that catches on in the Mae Taeng valley and elsewhere.
Elephant Nature Park - Overnight Visit
Elephant Nature Park - Overnight Visit
Sleepovers in the midst of a thriving elephant herd offers visitors the chance to enjoy the simple rustic nature of Northern Thailand in the unique company of our rescued herd. We pick up from your hotel for a scenic drive north to Elephant Nature Park where you will meet our magnificent elephant herd. You will soon get to know them and make new friends by offering them delicious nourishing foods fresh from the market.
Elephant Nature Park - Weekly Volunteer
Elephant Nature Park - Weekly Volunteer
We are offering you a life enhancing opportunity of direct hands on conservation work in an internationally celebrated conservationist in a unique programme to help protect a highly endangered species. Most volunteers leave with a proud sense of accomplishment and a deep satisfying feeling of having really done something positive.
Dog Rescue Project - Weekly Volunteer
Dog Rescue Project - Weekly Volunteer
Although dogs and elephants may not find themselves sharing the same space in the wild, the Save Elephant Foundation provides a loving home for both species at the Elephant Nature Park. ENP Dogs began as a result of catastrophic floods in Bangkok towards the end of 2011. In rented boats navigating the river of streets, ENP volunteers rescued dogs trapped on rooftops and desperate for help. Many dogs were too afraid to board our boats and were given fresh water, food and medical treatment to survive on their own. Of the 2,000 dogs pulled to safety, 155 were brought to Elephant Nature Park to begin their second chance at life.
Journey to Freedom - Weekly Volunteer
Journey to Freedom - Weekly Volunteer
Volunteer program starts every Monday - from our Chiang Mai city office - Finishes each Sunday - back to Chiang Mai city by 5:30pm - Operates 01 October - 30 April each year - Suitable for over 18 year olds with good fitness standard - Duration one week - Minimum stay 1 week - Cost 15,000 Baht per week or part of a week Journey to Freedom was created by Elephant Nature Park to allow elephants owned by the Karen tribal people to retire from trekking camps and return to living in their villages. The project enables the elephants to live a more natural life and restores the close connection that the Karen people traditionally have with their herd.
Surin Project - Weekly Volunteer
Surin Project - Weekly Volunteer
An ancient Kui village, Baan Tha Klang is home to the Surin Elephant Study Center. In 2005, a provincial organization began an initiative to reunite mahouts with their families, as their families often stayed at home in Surin while they earned an income street-begging with their elephants.
Elephant Sanctuary Cambodia - Weekly Volunteer
Elephant Sanctuary Cambodia - Weekly Volunteer
The Save Elephant Foundation is working within the Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary to protect and conserve 1 million acres of jungle habitat, approximately one hour north of Angkor Wat. The project spans 25,000 acres and aims to protect the land and all of the native species, flora and fauna, that call it home, including tigers, monkeys, buffalos, and of course, the Asian elephant.
Elephant Nature Park is an elephant rescue and rehabilitation center in Northern Thailand where you can volunteer and visit to help.We have been involved in dozens of rescues which have created our thriving elephant herd. The park provides a natural environment for elephants, dogs, cats, buffaloes and many other animals under our care. Volunteers and visitors contribute to the healing while learning about their lives past and present. Arrange a visit to all our projects in Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar.

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