Elephant Nature Park

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A sanctuary and rescue centre for elephants, cats, dogs, buffaloes and many other rescued species, set in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand. Also actively engaged in the protection of endangered species, Rain Forest Restoration, and visitor education. The park has received numerous awards from institutions including the Smithsonian. The founder was named Asian Hero of the Year by Time magazine in 2005 and the park has been featured in many international publications including National Geographic magazine as well as feature documentaries from respected film production companies – Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Animal Planet, BBC, CNN, KTV, RAI, major Thai language TV channels, printed press and radio stations.

Animal Welfare Wildlife Conservation Environmental Cat Protection Dog Protection Elephant Protection Animals in Entertainment
Shelter Humane Education/Community Outreach Sanctuary Wildlife Rehabilitation
Accepts Volunteers Registered NPO or NGO

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Jojo · 7 mos ago

Elephant Nature Park is one of the most amazing places I've ever been. Founder Lek is an inspiration and a true advocate for animals and people. I volunteered here for a week but I wish that it could have been longer, spending time working with the elephants was amazing and I leant so much about the plight of elephants in captivity and in entertainment whilst I was there. ENP also rescue dogs, cats, buffalo and other animals and if you have time you can help to walk the dogs. The huge veggie (almost all vegan) buffet that's provided at every meal is also top notch!

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