Laos Elephant Conservation
When it comes to Ecotourism, Laos is leading the way. With lush emerald rice fields and mountains covered in tea-leaves, Laos has one of the greenest landscapes you’ll ever see. Through various conservation projects and initiatives, there is an emphasis on protecting this stunning natural wonderland and the many species of wildlife that call it home.
The majestic Asian elephants are one the main attractions and you will get to meet them up close at the Conservation Centre. It’s here you’ll get the chance to work closely with the professional team, learning about and taking care of this endangered species.
This is a once in a lifetime experience for every budding conservationist, biologist or animal lover.
- Work on an elephant conservation project
- Visit stunning waterfalls and lagoons
- Explore the Bhuddist temples of Luang Prabang
- Learn Laos craft and textile techniques
Depart the UK and arrive in Luang Prabang.
Explore Luang Prabang; visit temples, artisan markets, climb Phusi Hill, dine on delicious street food.
Travel to the Elephant Conservation Centre (ECC) by boat, meet your guides and visit the mother and baby nursery and hospital.
Observe elephants in their natural habitat and learn about socialisation, herding and training techniques.
Work alongside the ECC team, helping with feeding, cleaning, maintenance and monitoring.
Return to Luang Prabang.
Visit the Kuang See waterfalls and lagoons.
Learn about Laos craft and textile techniques at the Ock Pop Tok Craft Centre.
Depart and return to the UK.