What is the survival tour?
It's is an initiative by elephant family in partnership with the World Land Trust and the Royal Parks Foundation to raise awareness and funds for wildlife corridors in the UK and India. There's more information about corridors in the Learning section of this website.
Why is the survival tour in these locations?
We want to build landscape corridors for Asian elephants in India so they can cross from one forest to another. It's an effective way to ensure their survival. The locations we've chosen give a lively image of the wild Asian elephant's forest habitat, gradually being eroded by modern life: beautiful forested and open area, surrounded by the roads and railways of busy cities.
How do I know where the elephants are in the parks?
Look up the location in How to find us.
What is the entry fee?
the survival tour is free. The elephants are in the parks for everyone to enjoy. There may be a charge to see the elephants at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. Please check How to find us before travelling.
How can I get involved?
The best ways to help are to donate to the survival tour, Date an Elephant or Love a Duck. For more ideas, see our Get involved page.
I want to help but I don't like donating online.
You can donate or set up an elephant date by telephone on +44 (0)20 7580 6857
Or send a cheque, payable to 'elephant family' to 81 Gower Street, London WC1E 6HJ
I'm having trouble with the website.
Contact us on +44 (0)20 7580 3184 or email