SKU : ELEHLF20
Our day has been designed to give you a wonderful experience without riding, hurting these beautiful animals. Come and experience a fantastic day ,helping us take care of these amazing creatures. Spend the day feeding, bathing and learning interesting facts about Asian Elephants in their natural environment.
Pick up time: 07.00 am. – 07.30 am.
Drop off time: 1.30 pm.
- Drive 1.5 hours north of Chiang Mai city
- Arrive at the Happy Elephant Home and change into traditional Karen clothing
- Meet the elephant, feed by hand, and being with them closer
- Learn about the elephant Asian elephant and the African elephant
- Walk with the elephant to the river and enjoy bath them in big flowing river
- Say good bye to the elephant
Tour included: Transfer from hotel / Tour guide / Insurance / Lunch
What to bring: Towel / Hat & Sunscreen / Insect Repellent / Towel
Mae Rim Elephant Sanctuary, founded in October 2016, is an elephant conservation project located 30 kilometers from Chiang Mai city. Here at the sanctuary, the objective is to create a family environment where visitors can relax in the jungle with the gentle and intelligent creatures that elephants are. Our mission is to rescue the elephants and provide for them a happy and easy life with ample freedom and good health.
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Kerchor Eco Elephant Park in Chiang Mai province, Thailand, employs a thoughtful approach to sustainable elephant-friendly tourism, operated by the local community of Karen people, who have a long tradition of elephant keeping and consider these gentle giants as their own family members.
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