“On 25 July, 1861, I reached Luang Prabang, a delightful little town, set in its amphitheatre of mountains…a paradise.”
– Henri Mouhot, explorer

Mekong River, Luang Prabang, Laos

Free the Bears Laos

When five-month old Kobe arrived at the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre, he was traumatised. His mother had been shot and killed by hunters. Kobe had been caught, noosed, bound tightly by all four legs, tied to a length of bamboo and carried through the jungle. He endured being carried around this way for three days as Forest Rangers pursued the hunters. Continue reading Free the Bears Laos