Elephant welfare has been a high priority for us from the start and whereas our elephants are well taken care of and happy, we want to do our part in helping other elephants in Thailand; both domestic and wild populations.

Contributing to elephant research in Thailand

Elephant Hills has been working closely with Chiang Mai University’s…

Elephant crossing!

As the very first National Park established in Thailand,…

Powdered milk and other supplies for baby elephants at Krabi Hospital

We are regularly in contact with the Southern Thailand’s…

Wild elephants of the pristine Ang Rue Nai forest

When our Elephant Conservation Project team recently…

Improving mahout facilities at Surin Elephant Hospital

Surin province, located in the northeastern region, also…

2,500 trees planted to aid wild elephants and CO2 offsetting!

We are very excited to announce that our tree-planting…

Educating locals to reach mutual understanding on human-elephant conflict

Whereas our elephants at Elephant Hills are happy and…

Finding ways to keep wild elephants safe in the forest

To learn more about wild elephants and human-elephant…

Tourism, a key to reducing human-elephant conflicts?

Our Elephant Conservation Project team drove through the…

Learning about the situation of wild elephants in Thailand

Our team working with Elephant Hills Elephant Conservation…