Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Projects

Ethical Elephant Tours

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Single Day Trips - Chiang Mai

SADDLE OFF PROJECTS

SUNSHINE FOR ELEPHANTS

Guests to this ethical elephant sanctuary project in Chiang Mai will experience a close encounter with rescued elephants as part of a small group in beautiful natural surroundings. Feed the elephants, and walk with them through the jungle as they stop to forage along the way. Help to reforest their natural habitat by tying protective Buddhist sashes around the trunks of trees.

Majestic Elephant Project Ethical Elephant Tour

MAJESTIC ELEPHANT PROJECT

Arriving at this ethical elephant project, located in a scenic valley near Chiang Mai, meet the elephants and get to know them a little while feeding them. Join the elephants on a hike through jungle hill trails, handing them fruit along the way, and after lunch, bathe the elephants in the river. The day ends with a thrilling whitewater rafting adventure down the Mae Taeng River.

Karen Elephant Serenity

KAREN ELEPHANT SERENITY

Set amidst the hills of Northern Thailand, this ethical elephant project is home to elephants, now living a more natural life. Visitors have the opportunity to feed the elephants fruit, walk with them in the forest, watch them play in the mud and stream and observe the fascinating interactions of these beautiful elephants.

KAREN ELEPHANT HOME

This elephant sanctuary offers the special experience spending the day with two magnificent elephant brothers, living in a more natural life. By visiting this project you will gain insights into the nature of these remarkable elephants while feeding them, observing them forging in the forest, cool off in the stream as well as learn about Karen culture.

KAREN MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY

2 DAYS / 1 NIGHT TRIP

Volunteer with Elephants

One Week - Northern Thailand & Cambodia

Journey to Freedom Elephant Volunteer

JOURNEY TO FREEDOM

Become an elephant sanctuary volunteer and spend an unforgettable week in the jungle with a small group of volunteers caring for the elephants and learning about the Karen people who have a generations-old tradition of working with elephants. You will have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of the elephants and people in the local community.

Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary

CAMBODIA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Join our eco-volunteer program to help care for rescued elephants and other animals. Prepare and cut food for them and experience walking with the elephants as they wander the jungle during the day, observing them foraging on native plants. Volunteers play a vital role in helping to protect and regenerate the forest so that native species can thrive in this beautiful wildlife reserve.

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Special Single Day Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Trips

Asian Elephant Projects Elephant Sanctuary

CARE FOR ELEPHANTS

Spend the day with three elephants retired from a hard life of logging and elephant riding. At this elephant sanctuary, an emphasis is placed on providing visitors with insights into the nature of elephants, how to properly care for them, and interact with them respectfully. The program includes a visit to Elephant Nature Park at the end of the day.

Elephant Highlands Herd

ELEPHANT HIGHLANDS

Set high in the lush mountains near Baan Lao, this elephant sanctuary boasts some of the most stunning scenery in Northern Thailand. Walk with rescued elephants along mountain forest paths, feed the elephants fruit, watch them swim in the pond and their custom built pool and play happily in the mud pit, making for an unforgettable day.

Saddle Off Project - Temporarily Closed

ELEPHANT PRIDE

Spend a magical day by the beautiful Mae Taeng River in Northern Thailand with elephants now retired from riding. As part of a small group, get to know the elephants while feeding them, and join them on a walk through the forest and tall grass along the bank of the river. In the afternoon visitors can bathe the elephants, and then do whitewater rafting down the river.

Ethical Elephant Sanctuary Projects in Asia

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