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Save Elephant Foundation - Surin Project, Surin
(4.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Care for and pamper the elephants of Save Elephant Foundation - Surin Project. Don't expect any shows or elephant rides here: this organization focuses solely on the care of these gentle giants, and gives visitors the opportunity to take part in that. The various packages range from an observational daily visit to full seven-day volunteering opportunities with basic accommodations and three meals provided daily. While volunteering you'll be up close and personal with the elephants, caring for them, bathing, feeding, and playing with them throughout the day. A few shops on the ground sell food, drink, and toiletries, and even offer a Wi-Fi signal. To visit Save Elephant Foundation - Surin Project on your holiday in Surin, and find out what else Surin has to offer, use our Surin itinerary planner.
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  • A very successful project, to more in Surin province, which long ago, was one of the places in Thailand with more units of elephants, although visitors do not wait to be able to walk, only will be permitted view them with a guide, but if you want to you can be involved in helping with tasks, and may stay in place with accommodation, basic and three meals a day It's a job as a volunteer, and will have that honour the obligations of the Centre
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  • This experience was amazing. The work that Lek and her projects are doing to save the elephants is admirable. The elephants are loved by their mahouts and treated very well. The management truly cares...  more »
  • We come late at about 4 pm on the day of the elefant round-up in Surin about 90 km away. But here we have seen only few elefant: very short chained. Can not imagine that this is project which support ...  more »