The Gibbons housed here have been recovered from households that obtained them as pets then lost interest once the gibbon lost its cute factor. The three or four gibbon that are visible to the public highlight the plight of these gorgeous animals. The sanctuary was not what I expected. I had hired a driver to take me from Karon beach to the sanctuary where I expected I would be spending at least half a day at the sanctuary which was open to the public. As only a tiny area that contains four gibbons is accessible I felt disappointed that I was unable to see the sanctuary at work.
If you own or manage Gibbon Rehabilitation Project, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.