Have you ever thought for a jungle trekking and enjoying the natural beauty of the elephant ride exactly the scenes in the movie?
Believe it or not, that is the privilege and the newest attractions on offer at the National Elephant Conservation Centre WILDLIFE, Lanchang, Pahang specifically for visitors both local and international.
If before this, the visitor is exposed to the activities of feeding and bathing with the elephants in addition to riding in the designated area, now the visitors were able to follow the forest as far as 1.5 kilometers (km) with the largest land mammal.
According to the Head of the Elephant in the center, Nasharuddin Othman, a new attraction called "Elephant Trail 'is very appropriate in meeting the needs of travelers who are not satisfied and friends mingling with those of mammals through third-party eco-tourism activities available.
In fact, it can indirectly increase the knowledge, awareness and public support for the importance of conserving wild animals often become victims of human threats.
"For the record, the elephant trail route has been completed but it is still in the process of improvement before the first open to the public in June.
"However, the public is allowed to use trails for activities such as jogging or observations of birds in the vicinity of Krau Wildlife Reserve," he said during the Joint Travel Media Program organized by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE) in the center of the recent conservation this.
Like a magical adventure to explore the wilderness, so the feeling when he was on the mammalian body. The most challenging, there is no backing or liner is placed on each body, the elephant is.
Not only elephant rides, visitors will also be exposed to special flora and fauna by 'Mahut' (elephant trainers) are served along the trail across.
The funny thing is, there are those among the media personnel had to be patient with the red elephant 'fun' and do not stop chewing the green leaves and enjoy their favorite dishes during the journey takes about 15 to 20 minutes depending on the speed of the animal.
Meanwhile, a three-day program that brings groups of about 33 participants in the media and NRE staff also visited the Institute for Biodiversity (IBD), saw the other visiting the Deer Park taksidermi