Volunteers will work closely with local communities, providing a hands-on contribution to the rescue and rehabilitation of elephants.
The Elephant Rescue and Conservation program takes place in the Mae Chaem District, five hours into the mountainous region of Chiang Mai. This remote region is known for its woven treasures, temples, waterfalls, and most importantly, as being a central location for the Karen people, a culture that has had a sacred relationship with the elephants in the region for over 100 years.
The program allows volunteers some personal time to discover the region and go on further adventures. Being northern Thailand's largest city, Chiang Mai offers diverse leisure and entertainment.
All meals are provided in the village. Most meals are rice based with fresh vegetables and meat, fish, or egg. The food is typically richly flavored with chili and local herbs. Vegetarians can easily be catered for and spice levels can be adjusted.
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