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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...more
All reviews national park bang pae waterfall worthy cause human contact gibbons singing entrance fee nice waterfall wild animals worth a visit these beautiful creatures money goes their natural habitat heart warming nice walk buy something t shirts baht per person
Almost 10 minutes till the place and we hear a lot of noise. The monkeys were singing and playing. I cried when I read their stories and saw them. They deserve so much better. Please visit the place and donate, it’s a non profit organization...More
We learned so much about the unfortunate animal trade involving gibbons who are exploited for tourism, such as clubs and bars using them to attract guests for photo ops. Gibbons that cannot survive in the wild are given a permanent, safe home at the GRP...More
Phuket has plenty of fun things to do, that offer nothing by way of understanding the country or it's plants, animals, and people. The Gibbon Rehabilitation Project lets you see up close the incredible creatures that Gibbons are, while also providing background to help you...More
Highly recommend GRC. Hester did a great job educating our family of three kids under 13 and adults over 40 about the issues of poaching wild apes for entertainment. My family had the opportunity to understand the sad reason why these wild animals live in...More
Don’t miss a visit here when in Phuket. We loved watching the gibbons activities and acrobatic swinging. Their song echoing in the jungle trees is an experience we will truly cherish. Very nice staff committed to their cause and to customer service.
A genuine exercise to rehabilitate the gibbons which were on the verge of extinction. Gibbons are small sized monkey variety who make loud noises like an ambulance siren . Kids wud enjoy watching them. One can then go uphill to the Bang Paeng water falls...More
Being on tripadvisor you would expect the GBR to focus on the needs and wants of tourists. However it is their focus on the wellbeing of the gibbons that makes this a worthwhile stop.
If you are hoping to hold a gibbon or get up...More
travelling with a toddler, a trip to see animals is always a draw. There wasn't much to see here since it really is not a zoo and the gibbons that cannot be released are held in large enclosures that are not accessible but there is...More
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I’m not sure on booking the trip , I’m guessing you can , we just rode a scooter and dropped in on the way past . It relies on donations to survive however I’m not sure if the cost to get in at the gates goes to the fund... More
I’m not sure on booking the trip , I’m guessing you can , we just rode a scooter and dropped in on the way past . It relies on donations to survive however I’m not sure if the cost to get in at the gates goes to the fund . Cheers