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Visited today amd spent about 45min bathing and feeding "Ploy" as they have a short visit option for 600baht (around £15). They Loan you shorts and a t- shirt, towel and shampoo for after. The elephants were free ranging, no chains, hooks ot visible scars...More
We had ridden African Elephants in South Africa, but my wife really wanted to ride an Asian elephant so we added this side trip on our excursion to nearby Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi. Not only can you ride an elephant for a...More
As we live in the city and there is not much interactions with the animals that my children had, I decided to book for this tour to get the children up close and personal with the elephants, that are getting endangered every year. Boy were...More
Popped here for a flying visit on way up to Jungle, what an amazing place. The Elephants are clearly loved here, not chained or poked with sticks like I’ve seen in other countries. Our elephant friend was called Ploy and he just followed us down...More
A place to be close to these huge animals as they trek up and down the river bank. If you have never been on an elephant - it is worth an experience you won't forget! The elephants are all very well cared for and very...More
Beautiful to see these creatures roam freely and enjoy a bath from the visitors. I would not consider visiting any animal sanctuaries or zoos where animals were kept outside of their natural habitat so we came here and it was pure joy to see the...More
An experience unlike any other. Getting to wash and feed elephants is fun and I would really recommend all people to tryout if given the opportunity. Unlike other elephants I've seen in Thailand these didn't have any chains or saddles on them and I hope...More