Khiri Travel’s commitment to Elephant Welfare is based on scientific data as well as responsible and sustainable practices.
The welfare of captive elephants is a topic of debate among animal managers, conservationists, scientists, the general public and animal welfare groups.
Join us for one of our Khiri Travel Signature Experiences to see such Sri Lankan highlights as colorful and vibrant Colombo, the wild lowlands of Yala, or the glittering southern coastline of Dondra Head.
Khiri Travel’s celebrations on August 12th brought together two very special annual events and the 85 boys of Baan Rajawadee, a home for mentally challenged children, who enjoyed a fun day of painting and learning.
Read how Mike explored Sri Lanka as a wildlife watching paradise for nocturnal leopards, breaching blue whales, swimming elephants and colorful birdlife!
The history of Laos is inextricably tied to their national emblem, the elephant. Learn how tourism can help protect and conserve these endangered animals.
Khun Pim from our Khiri Chiang Mai office interviewed Mr. Pannapas Intawiwat (Khun Song), owner of SukSang Tours about how they handle popular tours that involve elephant interactions.
Members of our Cambodia team, recently traveled to the eastern province of Mondulkiri. They inspected a great off the beaten path place to encounter elephants and contribute to forest conservation.
Take a tour of the highlights of some national parks in Sri Lanka that offer incredible places to see wildlife in its natural habitat. After reading this, you’ll know exactly how to advice your guests interested in whales, elephants, leopards, and rare bird species!
For tours to see wildlife in Myanmar there are large areas of forest, wetlands near Inle Lake, trekking near Kalaw and community-based tourism (CBT) at an elephant conservation camp.