PHUKET ELEPHANT SANCTUARY


Description

Pioneering ethical elephant tourism on the stunning island of Phuket in Southern Thailand. We offer a retirement home for sick, injured, and old elephants who have worked exhausting hours in the logging and tourism industries.

Feed, walk, and observe our beautiful elephants as they roam throughout our sanctuary, socialise and bathe naturally in our huge fresh water lagoons, and cover themselves in lovely thick mud.







Extra Charge: Transfer 1,000 baht Private car and van
Patong, kata ,Karon ,kamala

Tour Include

Includes

delicious vegetarian/vegan buffet at our Tree Top Reception

NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED - We have temporarily changed our booking system to full payment on arrival. We accept cash and credit card.
* 3% surcharge for credit cards payments.

What to Bring

A copy of your passport to complete our Insurance Agreement (you do not need to leave the copy of your passport with us, we only need the details to complete our form)
Personal travel insurance - recommended for any international travel in case of accident
A reusable water bottle as we currently only have plastic bottles which we recycle. We have large chilled filtered water dispensers to refill. (PES reusable water bottles currently in production!)
Sunglasses
Cap or wide brimmed hat to protect from the sun
We provide large golf sized umbrellas to use for sun protection as well as the rain. We find these especially useful for parents with infants and babies to protect from the sun.
Sunscreen
Insect repellent
Closed toe shoes or trainers for drier weather (we walk in the forest so flip flops or open toed sandles are not advised)
If there has been recent rain, we provide wellie boots as it can be muddy so please bring a pair of socks
Clothes you don't mind getting sweaty or muddy
We do not have wifi at our sanctuary however we do get a strong signal for most local service providers
We've compiled a list of things we feel are a necessity for your half day trip