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Phuket Gibbon Rehabilitation Project
Address: Khao Pra Theaw, Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket,
Tel:+66 (0) 762 604 91-2
Opening hours: from 09.00 - 16.30.
Volunteering: Yes, you can volunteer at the Gibbons projects.
The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project and Center for Conservation Education and Fund-Raising are both located in Khao Pra Theaw Non-Hunting Area at the Bang Pae Waterfall in Phuket Island in Thailand. It is about 9 km. east from the Two Heroines Monument. You can visit the center and see some of the gibbons from the viewing platform. The Center open daily from 09:00 till 16:30, there is no entrance fee.
(Phi Phi, a baby Gibbon that was adopted by Global Travel Mate last year)
The project is around 20 km away from Phuket International Airport. When you visit the park you will have to pay an entrance fee which is 200 baht to the National Park Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department. Once inside the park a car park is provided and you can walk from there to our center.
(At the Gibbon Rehabilitation Center on Phuket)
The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand or “WARF” is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing the mistreatment of wild animals, reliving their suffering and provides a caring environment in which rescue animals can live.
What can you do to help?
Become a volunteer! You can donate your time by becoming a volunteer for one of the WARF projects. Volunteers help with various tasks, including animal care and maintenance, educating tourist and local community about our conservation efforts, and various administrative tasks when necessary. It is a great opportunity to become directly involved in the conservation of Thailand’s wildlife, and gain knowledge regarding endangered species protection and wildlife care.
WARF is always in need for volunteers to help achieve their goals and reach out to the international community of Thailand’s conservation issues. If you are interesting in volunteering please do not hesitate to contact the center.
You can make a donation!
Another way to help is through a monetary donation. This organization relies entirely on volunteers and private donations to maintain their projects and further our case. If you are interesting in any kind of donation please do not hesitate to contact the center.
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