ITINERARY

Travel from Luang Prabang by minivan – Boat trip – Walk Through the Forest – Picnic Lunch –Nursery Visit – Hospital Visit – Observe Elephants Bathing – Encounter Elephants & Mahouts – Dinner.

Breakfast – Meet the elephants in the forest – Observe elephants bathing – Socialization Area Observation – Lunch – Activities with mahouts – Bath time – Target training – Dinner.

(Rainy season): Breakfast – Departure for Camp 2 by boat – Trek in the forest with the mahouts and elephants – Traditional Lao lunch in the forest – Return to main camp in the afternoon.

(Dry season): Breakfast –Trip to Sayaboury market – Visit of a traditional Lao village -Trek in the forest with mahouts and elephants – Traditional Lao lunch in the village – Return to the Center in the afternoon.

Breakfast – Sensorial Enrichment / Treatment Area – Lunch.

Special note: Medical Care and “positive reinforcement” training of the elephants at the Elephant Hospital are only carried out by qualified vets. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to participate in this activity. Thank you for your understanding.

CHOOSE YOUR ACCOMMODATION

IMMERSION 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

From $390

Join us for three overnights and discover our Center and elephants. Welcome to your idyllic holiday destination in the Land of the Asian Elephant! Stay three nights in your private bamboo bungalow (communal wash rooms) and enjoy a view of the majestic lake surrounded by untouched tropical forest.

IMMERSION 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

From $470

Join us for three overnights and discover our Center and elephants. Welcome to your idyllic holiday destination in the Land of the Asian Elephant! To enjoy this package in style, choose to stay at our Rosewood Lodge (private wash rooms and verandas). A perfect solution for families and groups of friends.

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WHAT TO EXPECT?

By joining our tours you will fully experience the peaceful and beautiful world of the Asian elephant. Not only will you enjoy a relaxing stay in the Nam Tien protected area but you will also learn all you want to know about Asia’s most iconic creature! You will receive expert information about the condition of the Asian elephant, its biology, cultural importance and the challenges of the species’ conservation. You will have the opportunity to observe our elephant herd in its natural habitat. During your visit at the Center you will spend a lot of time walking through our protected area. The area is forested and might not always be accessible without you getting dirty. Activities in the forest may vary during the rainy season between May and September. You will be guided by a local English speaking guide and international experts.

This program differs from the EXPLORATION Program by offering a day of activities outside the Center, in a traditional Lao village, a unique experience closer to the world of the mahouts of the “Land of the Million Elephants” (during the “dry” season). During the “rainy” season, the village visit will be replaced by a trek with mahouts and elephants at our newly created CAMP 2.

    star rating  Amazing time at this conservation center. The work they are doing with elephants in Laos is extremely impressive, respecting the elephants, mahouts and natural environment. Highly recommend this - currently... read more

    326roseg
    10/09/2020

    star rating  Amazing time at this conservation center. The work they are doing with elephants in Laos is extremely impressive, respecting the elephants, mahouts and natural environment. Highly recommend this - currently... read more

    avatar thumb Rose G
    10/09/2020

    star rating  Adorable bungalows, beautiful hikes and, of course amazing rescued elephants. The guide assigend to our group was funny and very informative and that made for a trip of a lifetime!

    avatar thumb CanadianTraveller
    6/28/2020

    star rating  Adorable bungalows, beautiful hikes and, of course amazing rescued elephants. The guide assigend to our group was funny and very informative and that made for a trip of a lifetime!

    CanadianTraveller371
    6/27/2020

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