Trail of the Elephants
Our award-winning trail of the elephants invites visitors into an Asian village and garden setting which is home to our five Asian Elephants.
You’ll be overwhelmed with a sense of theatre, discovery and wonder, while learning about the survival of the endangered elephant in its natural habitat.
Set in lush, spacious surrounds, Trail of Elephants provides a comfortable and stimulating environment for our majestic elephants, Bong Su, Mek Kapah, Dokkoon, Num-Oi, Kulab, Mali and Ongard.
Learn about the relationship between humans and elephants in the parts of Asia where elephants still roam wild – and the challenges that relationship can pose.
Conservation and co-habitation
The Asian Elephant was once widespread throughout Asia. However, loss of habitat and poaching has forced remaining populations into heavily forested, inaccessible regions in south and South-East Asia. Even in these areas where wildlife has long lived undisturbed, humans are beginning to move in.
Trail of Elephants highlights the challenges of co-existence for humans and elephants. You’ll discover how conservationists are looking for solutions that will protect wildlife, without disadvantaging people.