Thailand Elephant and Hill Tribes Challenge

Challenge yourself in 2020. Explore Thailand, assist elephant conservation, and get hands on with the infrastructure projects. Join the team raising money for the Hospice whilst volunteering in the hill tribes of Mae Hong Son Province. 
Date: 19 September 12:00 - 04 October 12:00

Event Details

September 2020 brings us an exciting new international challenge that you can get involved in!

This bucket list trip will find you volunteering with a hill tribe of Mae Hong Son Province for a week. Immersing yourself in local culture, working on infrastructure projects and educational programmes. It will be bespoke to the strength of our participants and the needs of the hill tribe at the time.

You will experience, for another week, working with rescued elephants in the Elephant Nature Park in Chiang Mai, gaining a wider understanding of conservation and spending a lot of time with these majestic animals. The park is also home to 400 dogs and 500 cats, not to mention the other farm animals. Be at one with nature this summer.

You’ll engage in other conservation projects such as sustainable coffee production, fully immersing yourself in rural Thai living. 

Main Programme Date: 19th September 2020 - 4th October 2020
Secondary Programme Date: 23rd May 2020 - 7th June 2020

Registration fee: £300
Fundraising target: £2,000 (includes programme cost)
Optional extension trip: Koh Samui

For more information and to sign up click here.

Event Location

Mae Hong Son Province and Chiang Mai, Thailand
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