• Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Duration: 7 hours (approx.)
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Nature lovers will appreciate the natural wonders of this small-group tour to Batu Caves and the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary. Marvel at limestone caves in Gombak, and then observe elephants and learn about rehabilitation and relocation efforts at the elephant sanctuary. Picnic lunch plus round-trip hotel transport is included from Kuala Lumpur.

Highlights

  • Small-group tour of Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Centre
  • Learn how rangers rehabilitate and relocate wild Asian elephants
  • Stop by Batu Caves to explore the Hindu shrines
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch and fruit tasting
  • Travel by minibus, round-trip from KL hotels

What You Can Expect

Customer Reviews

Lynda M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

Batu caves were good although very dirty due to recent celebrations there. Elephants were great we were able to guve them loads of food and could take photos. Lunch was lovely

Ben A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Amazing trip, our guide was amazing and made the day very easy going.
Highlight of the day was bathing the baby elephants lots of splashing and lots of fun.
The Deerland may sound a bit naff but it was actually a lot of fun and well worth doing if you like animal encounters.
Cant fault the day bloody brilliant !

Richard S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2017

Absolutely loved the elephants and our guide was great.

MARIA FERNANDA A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

The tour guide was grate, he was very nice!! On the tour we were only 4 people so it felt like it was personlized since the tour guide was very focused on making our expericene an amazing one.

j.atkinson_21

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

AMAZING trip! Our tour guide was super friendly and pointed out interesting things for us. Started off at the Batu Caves- what a trek but well worth making it to the top. Then onto Deerland and the Elephant Sanctuary. Lunch was nice, and fresh fruit on the way home topped it off. Thank you!

Edgar Oz

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

A wonderful trip. Our guide was great and looked after us well. The visit to the beautiful Batu Caves was fantastic. It was really nice being able to feed the elephants. One of the highlights however was the optional visit to the Deer Park, which is well worth paying for. Got to hold a Python there.

Sebastian Borek K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Really great experience, especially bathing with baby elephant.

Dr Pamela S L

4 star rating: Recommended November 2017

The Batu Caves first part of tour are a must see for any visit to KL. The Sanctuary is good for getting close to the younger elephants and watching the adults interact with their mahuts. It's rather frustrating being taken first to see a film, which one could see from home, but the content - the struggle to help elephants in the face of the mass loss of their ranges to the palm oil plantations and miserable government funding is worth seeing. We had a lovely guide, Johnson, and enjoyed his company.

Andre E

4 star rating: Recommended August 2017

Well organized, informative, could
Not wash the baby elephants due to the rivers water level, unfortunately incident with unsupervised children teasing the elephants with food, no staff in sight to stop then.

Deborah

4 star rating: Recommended May 2017

Our English speaking driver arrived on time, ready with water and suggestions for the day. Travel to the Elephant Sanctuary included a stop at the amazing Baht Caves for a quick hike into the limestone caverns, walk through the vendors and picture taking. Our guide might have been able to provide a running travelogue for the 1.5 hour drive onward to Kuala Gandah but I was getting to know my new travel mate. The Sanctuary itself was a bit disappointing as the river was down so no bathing or free-roaming observation of elephants. That said, as an LA Zoo docent, I found the video presentation, youngster visitation and 'parade' of elders with their handlers very wonderful. These folks are providing a space and the care for creatures that have been robbed of their natural environment. The overwhelming palm tree plantations are squeezing out living space for too many living things!

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