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Gibbon Rehabilitation Project

#1 of 55 things to do in Thalang District Features Animals
Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket, Thailand
+66 76 260 4912
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket, Thailand
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Reviewed yesterday

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.

Thank MrVisittheworld
Reviewed 1 week ago 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

Thank GDWillson180964
Reviewed 1 week ago

When we arrived we initially just walked around ourselves and I was disappointed with the fact there were only a few Gibbons to see. However, we then stood and listened to one of the guides and this made the visit so much more worthwhile as...More

Thank Sonia688
Reviewed 1 week ago

Informative and enjoyable walk amongst the forest, although there weren't a lot of gibbons to see when we were there as many are kept in enclosures further away from prying eyes until their release back into the wild.

Thank CarlaY33
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Went with my 3 children (15,12,10). Not a lot to see at the gibbon sanctuary as they are trying to keep the gibbons awaiting release back in to the wild away from humans. Worth supporting though and lots of information available about their work. Would...More

Thank Bill And Sue L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The GRB do some really wonderful work. While there isn't much to see on site, you can glimpse a number of the gibbons and hear their calls. This in itself is wonderful. The staff are very willing to talk about what they do and there...More

Thank jinkim
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

In the website, it seems to be an amazing parc of rehabilitation where you really take care of animals. Sadly, when we went there ... firstly it was full of people.. the parc is only for 30mns walk (very small) and there are only 4...More

1  Thank Malala A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You can only view a few gibbons at a very safe distance here, which is great because they aren't shamelessly parading these creatures for monetary gain. My friend and I 'adopted' a couple for a year and the donation came with a couple post cards,...More

1  Thank queendedede
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

The project is a great example of a genuine place which cares for the animals. It is free to visit however you do have to pay for entry into the national park which is about 200thb. They have a great gift shop which provides information...More

Thank Emillie S
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

They are doing amazing work here, I was really moved. You can't see much, which is good because they are trying to rehabilitate the gibbons. Go for the education, leave with an adoption.

Thank pollockwise
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DGalilee
Hi. How long should we spend in the gibbon rehabilitation project and surrounding area? We need to tell the taxi driver when to come back after dropping us off Thanks
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
How much are tickets to the GRC? When is the best time of day to visit? Thnx :)
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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Lynda K
I just want to go the rehabilitation project from Nai Yang. Could you please advise me on what transport I should get and what the cost would be. Thankyou
24 October 2016|
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Response from Anita-golding | Reviewed this property |
Taxis are very cheap. Just check the price before you set off.
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