Tour an elephant sanctuary in Thailand
In 2007, a group of friends were enjoying one of their frequent rainforest walks in the mountains surrounding Chiang Mai when they came across a pair of Gibbons locked in a cage near a roadside. They had been abandoned to die a horrible death from starvation and dehydration. Shocked and outraged, the nature lovers immediately rescued this rare, endangered species, slowly nursing the pair back to health while they came up with a plan to create positive ecological change in our world…
Flight of the Gibbon was born and is now a leading global eco-adventure tour operator with rainforest zip-lines that are reportedly the longest, highest and fastest in the world. Flight of the Gibbon invests a portion of their profits in primate re-habilitation, re-forestation projects and ecological education programs.
Flight of the Gibbon recently teamed up with an elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai to for a one-day tour. Participants can feed and touch the elephants as well as explore the pristine rainforest of the Mae Kampong valley where your zipline adventure begins. Enjoy the natural beauty of the area as you walk along forest trails and zipline through the tree canopy.
For information, go to https://www.treetopasia.com.