Today, friends generously donated lockers to ElephantsWorld! Now, our visitors can feel comfortable leaving their belongings behind and can fully enjoy their elephant experience! Thank you!!
ElephantsWorld recently received a visit from an extremely talented artist named Khwan. She has created sculptures and paintings of many of our elephants in the past, and today Malee was the lucky elephant to be drawn!
Staff writer, David Leukens from TravelFish.org, one of Asia’s leading travel websites, visited ElephantsWorld and wrote an article about his visit! We would like to thank him for visiting as well as for spreading the word about the dangers of Thailand trekking camps and elephant experiences. ElephantsWorld is honored to have received the TravelFish stamp of approval […]
Today is the one year anniversary of the passing of our beloved friend, Ole. During her time at ElephantsWorld she took some amazing photos that we still cherish today. Please take a look at some of the beautiful detail shots Ole captured of our elephants.
Today was an exciting day at ElephantsWorld!! Several members of the Google Earth team visited us and participated in the entire day program with this 20kg camera on their back the whole time! Virtual tour of ElephantsWorld
Today, several of our volunteers, along with a large group of Thai people helped to plant trees at the Salakpa Wildlife Sanctuary today! It was a long, hot day but with so many people involved we were able to accomplish a lot and we successfully planted many, much needed trees!
GREAT NEWS!! Thanks to all of our fantastic guests ElephantsWorld has received an amazing FIVE STARS from TripAdvisor!! This is the world’s largest travel website. A big thank you from all the elephants, staff and volunteers. Together we are strong for the elephants! Write about your own ElephantsWorld experience on TripAdvisor here: Elephants World TripAdvisor […]
This is Marvin Blunte, an american living in Thailand and helping a primary school named Moo Baan Dek. This school has around 166 students. Of these, 44 were orphaned, 16 were homeless, 15 abandoned, and 48 coming from broken homes. He wants to introduce to these kids the love for photography. He is teaching the […]