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Myanmar’s Family-Run Elephant Sanctuary


Program A



– Come straight to Magway elephant camp from Kalaw (45mins drive).
– Welcome by our team and inform about project (necessary information about camp will be given by English speaking staff).
– Walk (5-7mins) to elephant village and see the life of mahouts with their families.
– Time to introduce with our elephants and feed them our daily prepared food. Then team will lead you to the river where elephant bath and you can join for washing elephants like your owned pet.
Riding is not our main focus. We will let you be in touch with our elephants as Mahouts during the washing time.
– Lunch will be served at the main camp.
– You may able to have more information about elephants and forest (from our speakers). Then, you may explore around the forest area, opportunity to see butterflies, birds and orchids in our conservation area, if clients want to spend longer time in the nature. (own exploration).
– You are also welcome to join us by planting one regional tree for forest recovery efforts.
– Return to main camp and enjoy the view through valley.
– Drive back to Kalaw.

Program B



– Meet at Wet Pyu Ye junction, where our trek guide is waiting.
– Walk to the camp, opportunity to help in our re-plantation project.
– See the elephants coming through the river. (Clients can bath the elephants and feed the elephants with their Mahouts) if they wish!
Riding is not our main focus. We will let you be in touch with our elephants as Mahouts during the washing time.
– Chance to see butterflies, birds and orchids along the trek.
– Arrived to our elephant village
– Lunch will be served at the main camp.
– Return to main road by feet.
– Back to Kalaw.
(1-2 hours Total walking time)

our services



We have created the following programs for Elephants in nature.

• Re-plantation
• Travel Tips 

Protecting our local environment, ensuring the well-being our elephants and educating local residents are all key components of our project.

Visitors are of course welcome to join us in our daily care programs for elephants.

Reforestation is another one of our guiding principles. Our forest recovery program is built around visitor participation.

Each visitor is invited to plant one regional tree from our nursery. The idea is not only to encourage forest recovery, but also to educate the local community about the importance of reforestation and risks posed by haphazard deforestation.


Here is our gallery. You can visit to our GHV.

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Contact Us

No. 193, 5th Floor, Bo Myat Htun Street, Botataung Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
Tel: (++95-1) 299057, (++95- 9) 73122292, (+95-9) 250640728, (+95-9) 450408264
Fax: (++95-1)299057
Email: info@geodiscovertravel.com, geodiscover2015@gmail.com