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Gibbon Rehabilitation Project

#1 of 57 things to do in Thalang District Features Animals
Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket, Thailand
+66 76 260 4912
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We're a unique animal welfare and conservation project working to rehabilitate unwanted or confiscated gibbons from the pet trade and tourist industry. Come visitor our centre at Bang Pae waterfall and learn about the fascinating lives of gibbons and how you can help these highly endangered animals! Open 9am - 4.30pm (except Thursday, 9am - 3pm) our centre is free of charge however entrance to the national park area where we are located is 200 Baht per adult. For information about volunteer opportunites visit our website. Please note: GRP is an active conservation project and the majority of our animals are part of an ongoing reintroduction program. A select number of gibbons can be seen from our public viewing area but visitors are not able to feed them or otherwise interact with them.
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Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket, Thailand
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+66 76 260 4912
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We went here because our children were not keen on visiting any wildlife that was unkindly treated so that ruled out elephant trekking, the bird park and many other 'attractions' in Phuket. We are so glad we did. The project is genuine and understated. The...More

1  Thank victayl0r
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of the few "ethical" places to visit. The gentleman who greeted us was so appreciative of our visit and was very informative about their work. They do an amazing job in helping the gibbons rehabilitate back to the wild, but in order...More

Thank Clare F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth a visit if you care about wildlife. You don't get to see the gibbons in the wild, the only ones you get to see are the ones who sadly will never be returned to the wild. The guides are informative, but their stories are...More

Thank Kylie J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Highly recommend visiting the Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre. There was a volunteer who had studied primatology and gave lots of info about Gibbons and how important it is to keep them safe. We also walked to the waterfall (about 300m up some rock stairs that took...More

Thank Evvie P
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The reason the Gibbons are here is sad, but beautiful that good people are trying to rehabilitate them and release them back to the local jungle. This was off the beaten path and we passed rubber tree farms (had never seen a rubber tree before)...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Perfect idea for rescuing gibbons. Near the jungle. True is I expected something different. But nice work in this place. You can read info paper about the station and for sure you will find your language. You can combine this visit with jungle walk to...More

Thank Michelin737
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

I read so many good reviews about this place. Gibbon rehabilitation projects does not disappointed me. I love every minute I spent here. The staffs here are working with their heart. The reason gibbons are still in cages because they are not ready to be...More

Thank TheNayzer
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

It was part of a sightseeing of phuket. We walked until get tired. After the Gibbon, you need to walk a little far distance to see the waterfalls. It was amazing.

Thank Saleh2002
Reviewed 24 May 2017

We have enjoyed visiting the GRP, as it was a different experience away from the tourism in Phuket. The waterfall and area around was great and it is recommended for those visiting Phuket.

1  Thank MrVisittheworld
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

This is an excellent project which is informative, explaining how they have rescued different Gibbon's from private ownership. They try if possible to return the Gibbon to the wild but, if like some they have been illegally imported this is not possible! You can see...More

1  Thank GDWillson180964
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Alice G
5 July 2017|
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Response from Zakaria B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Alice, i tried not to go to tourist attractions which involves animals for not promoting it. I can always help filling in the questionnaire , but please tell me your deadline
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DGalilee
11 March 2017|
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Response from Avtosport.ru | Reviewed this property |
It'll take about 30 minutes to visit gibbons and about an hour to walk to the nearest waterfall
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RakThailand
14 November 2016|
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Response from Denisenixonjones | Reviewed this property |
200 baht to enter the Falls - but this does not go the the Grc - they rely on donations - before lunch is when they are more active and noisiest.
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