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The WFFT wildlife rescue center is a rescue center for injured, confiscated and neglected wild animals. The wildlife rescue center operates a fully equipped wildlife hospital. We care for monkeys, gibbons, wild cats, bears, birds, reptiles and even...more
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This is a wonderful place to visit! We had an awesome time great to see all the animals and hear about their journeys!
Loved feeding and washing the elephants. Certainly a highlight of our time in Thailand
We booked a day here with our daughter and her boyfriend to see all these beautiful animals and hopefully have the chance to feed and wash the elephants.
I think it works out about £40 each for the day but you get the most amazing...More
We decided to do something different for Christmas and New Year and therefore spent 2 weeks as volunteers for elephant care.
We loved it as it was an amazing experience. In fact we loved it that much that we will do it again despite the...More
We chose to go to WFFT to see elephants after reading reviews that convinced us that this was an ethical establishment, but I was still concerned that when we got there, we would find that it was as ethical as it could be, but too...More
A great initiative for raising awareness about the implications of elephant riding and the cruelty associated to it through different activities with the elephants. The guides are very thorough in their explanations, and you can tell they really are passionate about what the organization is...More
I am not a fan of zoos. This is not a zoo. It is a group of compassionate individuals dedicated to rescuing animals and possibly re-introducing them to their natural environment. They are also very enthusiastic about sharing their facility with visitors. Our guide, Kate,...More
Before going into this tour, I had little idea of the abuse the elephants around Thailand experienced all for the sake of tourism. One example of abuse is the riding on the elephants’ backs. It was good to see that in this sanctuary, elephants and...More
Visited on the full day experience. Got to see the elephants, lots of information explaining their backgrounds which is very sad, but nice that they now have such a lovely environment. Thought at first it was sad that some elephants were on their own until...More
Of all the things I have done across many visits to different parts of Thailand, this has been the best experience of them all. A fantastic facility with huge variety and conducting a super important mission, this is a unique place, and not something to...More
Response from daebrisbane | Reviewed this property |
No there isn't.We had only planed to do the half day trip and by the time we got to lunch we decided to do the remainder if the trip.You won't be disappointed and it's well worth it.also they have a great lunch buffet.