Sanctuary Re-opens

The Mondulkiri Project elephant sanctuary closed for ten weeks fur to Coronavirus.

We have reopened the sanctuary on 1 June 2020

There are no reported cases of Coronavirus in Mondulkiri.

We will be practicing social distancing on all our tours.

Our beautiful elephants are happy eating bamboo and playing in the mud. The jungle is lovely and green.

It is a great time to visit us. You might have the elephants all to yourself.

We hope to see you soon.

If you cannot visit us please consider donating to help us while we wait for international tourism to return to Cambodia.

Please use this link www.mondulkiriproject.org/donate/

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