This is a super project. There work is so impressive and so inspiring. And of course the gibbons are wonderful.
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What a fantastic program, volunteers from UK gave us a very detailed explanation of program and I was thrilled that this was occurring. The area was quiet and while we where there we went for walk to see the waterfall. Was good to get away...More
A lovely British couple spoke to us about their time at the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project and the work they do. Gibbons have been mistreated for years in Thailand often chained up outside restaurants, had their teeth pulled out and generally abused. The facility was established...More
Actually the main reason we stayed in Phuket was to visit the Gibbon project, really lovely to see animals being cared for. This is an amazing place and they are doing amazing things. It is located in the national park and they don't get any...More
This is quite a quick thing to do so if you're coming, plan to also see Bang Pae waterfall which is further up the same path.. The gibbons they rescue look to be well cared for and as a visitor you get a glimpse at...More
A french speaking volunteer had a lot of explanation on the project and the complexity to release the apes back in nature: we have learned a lot. You will see a few gibbons, but keep in mind this is not a zoo. The rehabilitation project...More
The project is located in a nice area right outside a park with a waterfall so you basically have two great sights here. In the rehabilitation center, the team is doing great work with the gibbon rescue, rehabilitation and release program. It was sad to...More
A small rehabilitation project that is worth visiting and supporting. They do not receive any official funding and get nothing out of the entry fee you pay to get into the park. The animals there have either been mistreated by humans or are in a...More
Amazing work done for the gibbons, the lady there explained each gibbons story and the individual care they provide to meet each gibbons needs. The care they provide is very respectful as they are wild animals that should not be in contact with humans so...More