Elephants are truly one of the planet’s most incredible species. Highly-intelligent and sociable, yet increasingly under threat due to hunting and the large-scale destruction of their habitat.
However, across the world, from Southern Asia, to Eastern Africa, there are a myriad excellent sanctuaries who are seeking to alter this trend by providing refuge for these majestic animals, and who offer visitors the rare opportunity to observe and interact with them in their natural habitat.
Embark on a journey designed to let you drink in nature in it's purest form and witness stunning wildlife including herds of wild elephants in their natural environment. Our hand picked guides will lead the way and help you connect to the landscape with hidden gems and local knowledge that has been passed down for generations.
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Yes, most sanctuaries allow children of all ages provided they are accompanied by an adult.
Yes, most sanctuaries will allow visitors to photograph the elephants.
Although this is possible in some places, it is not considered natural, safe or ethical for untrained visitors to ride elephants, and therefore ethical sanctuaries will not offer this activity.
Although swimming with elephants is a popular activity which is offered in some places, much like riding, it is not considered natural, safe or ethical for untrained visitors to swim with elephants, and therefore ethical sanctuaries will not offer this activity.
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