Eva Kali

   Eva Kali is our first rescue. 

   She’s an Asian Elephant in her early thirties who has spent her whole life working to entertain tourists. She is now safe, happy and comfortable in her new permanent SU4E HOME for retired elephants.

   Eva arrived at the HOME on October 3rd, 2019, suffering from major abscesses on both front feet.  We are working diligently to get these wounds healed quickly so that Eva can start spending her days in the community forest.

   Treating Eva’s injuries will take a time and patience, especially for Eva.  She will need to spend hours each day soaking her feet in the medicated foot bath.  By employing positive reinforcement training techniques, we hope to make this experience as stress free for Eva as possible. She needs to trust that her new environment will not lead to more pain.

   Our goal is for Eva to transition into her new life, where she can spend her days wandering the community forest with her mahouts and nights, chain-free in the enclosure.




There is NO charge but appointment necessary

Come visit us, meet Eva and let's talk about Elephant welfare !
We will show you around the facility and present an information session about elephants, in general and specifically in Nepal.  You can help prepare some treats and watch a positive reinforcement training session.

We're located about 5km from Sauraha, a really nice bike ride or we can recommend a tuktuk driver.

Contact us to make a reservation.
info@su4e.org       or     +977 9807229837


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