Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Elephant Sanctuary of Malaysia

Elephant Sanctuary Kuala Gandah

Lanchang  Pahang Malaysia


Mobile Hotline  : +6012 369 5862

Daily Departure
Duration Approx. 8 hours 
Departure 09.00 am from Kuala Lumpur
Package Rate  :  RM 220.00 per person
Chils  Rate  4 - 11 yrs RM 140.00 per person

Notes : 
1. The above rates is subject to 10% service charge..

Package Includes
* Pick and drop off at major hotels in Kuala Lumpur
* 01 Simple Lunch 
* Conservation Fee

Recommended Gear:
Sport shoes, t-shirt, long pants, sunglasses and hat.
Extra clothings to change and towels

Itinerary: 09.00am  Departure for Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary
11.30am Visit Deer Farm Sanctuary except of Fridays replaced with Batu Caves (Deer Farm is closed)
12.30pm Arrival at Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary. Light lunch
01.00pm Briefing & a 30-minute National Geographic documentary at the Visitors Information Centre
01.45pm Feeding, grooming, bathing and riding of the elephants
04.00pm Departure for Kuala Lumpur
Visit the Elephant Conservation Farm at Kuala Gandah - only one and a half hour's journey from Kuala Lumpur. Located in a beautiful tropical rainforest, the Elephant 'Sanctuary' in an ambitious elephant conservation program implemented and managed by the Malaysian Wildlife Society, where you come into close contact with semi-wild elephants. Truly an exciting and never-to-be forgotten experience!
  • Visit the Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary also known as the Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Center on this tour from Kuala Lumpur
  • See Indonesian deers at Deerland Park 
  • Spend the day up close and personal with these semi-wild elephants
  • Feed, ride and experience the thrill of bathing the elephants
  • Visit a oil palm and rubber plantation
  • Your own private guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop off

Spend a very special day at the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary  you'll never forget. Start your tour with a visit to Deerland Park where you'll see over 30 Indonesian deers. Next, venture off to Malaysia's tropical rainforest, 1.5 hours from Kuala Lumpur, for a fully personalized visit to the elephant sanctuary.

The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is an ambitious elephant conservation program implemented and managed by the Malaysian Wildlife Society. When you visit, you'll come into close contact with semi-wild elephants and spend an exhilarating day with these unique creatures. You'll take rides, feed them fruit and experience the thrill of bathing with the elephants at a nearby river all under the watchful eye and careful supervision of the elephant's skilled trainers. The specially trained and committed team of wildlife experts are dedicated to the protection and preservation of the Asian elephants.

At the sanctuary, you will also enjoy a 30-minute documentary on the conservation activities and programs carried out by the team. This private tour offers a wildlife experience that's not to be missed!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Elephant Sanctuary Kuala Gandah

Lanchang  Pahang Malaysia


Mobile Hotline  : +6012 369 5862

Elephant Sanctuary Malaysia

Welcome to Kuala Gandah The national Department of Wildlife and National Parks established the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary in 1989. The center is a base for the elephant relocation team, which began the translocation program in 1974. Being the only one of its kind in Malaysia, the team's duty is to track down, sedating and relocating problem elephants from areas whose natural habitats are constantly encroached by human developments, namely plantations. The captured wild elephants are then relocated to National Parks. Over the past 25 years the 24 strong team has helped the prevent the further decline of the elephant population by relocating more than 500 wild elephants. 

Deer Sanctuary
This deer sanctuary is situated in Bukit Rengit, Lanchang, about 140km from Kuantan. Traverse the park's 'Nature Garden' on an elevated boardwalk and marvel at its varieties of herbs and plants. The highlight of a visit here will be the interesting and fascinating deer-feeding session.

The park's 'Animal World' offers attractions such as ostriches, peacocks, deer and a sunbear. Visitors can also go camping or join a guided tour to learn basic jungle survival skills.