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Elephant Conservation Center, Sayaboury

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
A true passion and love for animals drives Elephant Conservation Center, which allows visitors to get in touch with elephants, caring for and learning about them through educational tours and volunteer work. Set in a pristine green oasis on a lake, the visit starts with a boat ride offering views of the elephants happily bathing. The complex contains several medical and rehabilition facilities; you can witness elephants recovering in the training center, or visit the hospital. Spend a night in a small bungalow and join the team to get a greater insight in the life of the gentle giants, with the center providing stays of one or more nights. With our world travel planner, Sayaboury attractions like Elephant Conservation Center can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • If you ever pass by Laos, please visit the Elephant Conservation Center in the province of Sayaburi. There are doing their best to offer elephants a safe haven far from the logging industy. It is also...  read more »
  • Just returned from the 2 day/1 night experience with our three young children. Had an amazing time. Truly fantastic. See the elephants in their natural environment. Interact with them on their terms. ...  read more »
  • We spent two nights in the jungle and had a great time with the elephants. It seems really good to go where, only we had to omit the Touriprogramm with feeding on the first day. It is a pity that it has nothing to do from 3 o'clock in the afternoon. In fairness it must be said that you would have to Kayak but otherwise there are no alternatives. The activities with the elephants were a great experience and it really felt like a tourist. The food in the camp was great! Typical Lao but even the sharpness could be determined. Only real criticism is the cleanliness. Should be already clear that sleeps in bamboo huts and can expect clean bedding otherwise not much luxury but yet in it.
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