Over this awful period so many have suffered and our elephants have been caught up in the middle of all this.
It is very hard to keep them fed and pay for the veterinary care that so many of them need.
Our aim here is to improve the life and treatment of the elephants under the care of these independent owners.
This trip is suitable for families and guest of all ages & offers just a short walk.
and many other rescued animals.
after their release from trekking work.
with intense freedom and affection.
after their recent release from the tourism trade.
elephants bathing, mud baths, awesome jungle walks in the company of rescued elephants make for an unforgettable day.
in the unique company of our rescued herd.
and living in a tribal village in the mountains of Chiang Mai.
in the lives of so many animals.
play in the mud, eat well and swim in the deep river.
Accommodation included is a comfortable room at a local resort.
home stay, learn about mahout culture, experience Buddhism activity and take care of the elephants, offering them a better life.
and providing economic sustainability through responsible volunteer tourism.
approximately one hour north of Angkor Wat.
Help The Herd
In their time of need
Over this awful period so many have suffered and our elephants have been caught up in the middle of all this. It is very hard to keep them fed and pay for the veterinary care that so many of them need.
This is why we are asking you to please consider helping them, and the other animals under our care, over this difficult time by buying an EleGiftCard from us that will be discounted off your future visit. More…
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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