Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, Lanchang Pahang



ELEPHANT SANCTUARY
KUALA GANDAH, PAHANG

Kuala Gandah | Elephant Sanctuary Malaysia | Elephant Tours Malaysia | Deer Farm Malaysia | Kuala Lumpur Eco Tours | 

The Malaysia Most Famous and Like Tour is Elephant Sanctuary Tours. Malaysian, International Tourist who love nature and wildlife, this is the most approachable and easily access Elephant Sanctuary in South East Asia. 
Visiting Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary by supporting Conservation Fees, Elephant Bathing Fee is one sincere gesture to support and recognize Malaysia Government, Ranger Dept in doing their conservation of Malaysia Elephant continuing existence.

Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary Malaysia was set up for the Wild and abandoned Elephant for rehabilitation before being release back to the wild, in area that is natural habitat to this wild beast. it is surely a worthwhile visit to any visitors, tourist as each of you will contribute in a small-way into this good caused as your Tour Package have included a small Conservation Fees in form of Entrance Fee.

The Elephant Sanctuary Kuala Gandah to support research into elephant translocation and conservation and also aims to promote public awareness of the elephant's plight in Malaysia. 


For Booking or Query, Contact us at 
Mobile / What's App : +6019 662 2929  / 019 229 5757


Elephant Bathing Activities supervise by Wildlife Ranger

Elephant Feeding by Visitors - Control Items & Supervise

Local Malaysia Fruit - Jambu Air


Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary Bathing Session



Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary, Pahang is a rare and fantastic opportunity to get up close to endemic Malaysian elephants.

This truly unique Elephant Orphanage of Kuala Gandah in Pahang will give you a very rare opportunity to learn about these displaced gentle giants.Get the chance to ride them through the jungle, with the help of an elephant guide, or mahout.

For the brave and adventurous, there are opportunities to take the elephants down to the river and help give them a bath! There really is no better opportunity than this to get in touch with these grey giants.



It is estimated that there are only 1,200 wild Asian Elephants, also known as Elephus Maximus, left in Malaysia and this is the only conservation centre set up to relocate these displaced pachyderms.


Kuala Gandah is about 2 hours leisure drive from Kuala Lumpur. A day trip to Kuala Gandah - The Elephant sanctuary is the most rewarding experience and should not be miss for any travelers to Malaysia.
The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is one noble yet ambitious elephant conservation program implemented and managed by the Malaysian Wildlife Society. It was set-up to rehabilitate the injured, abandoned, wild elephant that has stray out of their boundaries. These elephant once has been well rehabilitated and in good conditions and has been assessed as fit to survive on it's own, they will be release back to their own natural habitat.
Your tour start from Kuala Lumpur, pick up from your hotel, you will drive through Karak Highway heading to Kuantan direction, passing the world famous Genting Highlands and Bukit Tinggi ResortColmar Tropicale Resort in the middle of journey. One will awed by Malaysia still lush and abundance tropical rain forest on your lefct and right while being shuttle to Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary. Don't miss the small little kampung, food stalls, fruits stalls that sprouting up by the roadside.


First visit to the Deer Farm, drive through the local communities village. Welcome by the lush greeneries in the Rainforest Jungle, visit to the Museum, then Video presentation. Feeding time, proceed to the Open area "Padang" where you will see the local handler feeding the Elephants and bathing the creatures.
You may join in to feed the Elephant with fruits such as carrots and bananas. Afterwards, you may also take a rides on this semi-wild elephants 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.
  • Elephant Ride, Elephant Feeding
  • Elephant Grooming and Bathing
  • Documentary Video Show
  • Drinking Water & Packed Lunch
NOTE: Recommended Gears - Sport Shoes, T-shirts, Long   Pants, Sunglasses & Hat. Please      bring along extra dry clothing including undergarments.


Tour Pick up Time 0900 hours
Tour Durations 07 hours approximate
Tour InclusionSIC Return transfer, Conservation Fees, 1 Picnic Lunch
Fruit Tasting
SIC Rate Adult RM 250 nett per pax per booking (Min 2 paxper booking)
SIC Rate Child RM 180 nett per pax                   (Travel with 2 adults)
PRIVATE Tour RM 500 nett per vehicle per tour
 It is cheaper to hire a vehicle when you have 4 - 5 person.
 (Excluding  entrance fees)

Tour Highlights
Batu Caves  and Hindu Temples
Elephant ride
Elephant feeding
Elephant grooming and bathing (if weather permits)
Video Presentation
Visit Rubber & Palm oil plantations (if time permits)
Feel of Rainforest (drive through)
Driving through Country Side
Eating local cuisine / fruits is an adventure by itself & much more.....




For Booking or Query, Contact us at 
Mobile / What's App : +6019 662 2929  / 019 229 5757

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