Elephant Sanctuary and Sea Turtle Conservation

Elephant Sanctuary and Sea Turtle Conservation

A fascinating insight is provided into the conservation of some of Thailand’s most important animals. We start with a ride on a raft to Wang Kiang Koo Waterfall where we can take a refreshing dip. We then visit the Sea Turtle Conservation Centre to learn about the effort made to safeguard these creatures. After lunch at a local restaurant, we head to Wat Lak Kaen temple. Our excursion concludes with a visit to an elephant sanctuary where we can interact with the friendly giants. This diverse tour is perfect for those with an adventurous spirit.

  • This tour takes 8 hours with departure at 9 am;
  • The programme operates on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 10 people;
  • Pick up and drop off are only available for main hotels within the Khao Lak and Ban Naam Khem areas.
  • Tours and transfers operated with licensed, English-speaking assistance;
  • Transportation for tours and transfers are arranged by air-conditioned vehicle unless otherwise stated;
  • All entrance fees for visits as mentioned in the programme;
  • All applicable taxes and service charges;
  • All meals as indicated in the programme (food only).

This is one of our Sustainable Trails, an excursion that maximises positive impacts on local communities and minimises negative impacts on the environment in the following ways:

  • Eat locally – Enjoy local dishes and snacks made using locally-sourced ingredients;
  • Transport alternatively – This experience includes an immersive walking tour;
  • Experience meaningfully – Guests participate in activities at the turtle conservation project and elephant sanctuary which involves interaction with the original inhabitants of this tropical paradise.
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