Trekking with elephants
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She name Bunchan she look like an elephants! But she not ! she is Our members of Our family. She have lovely heart 🙏💝
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YuanFWe had an amazing time! All of those 4 elephants are so sweet,super happy and chill. We feed them, walk them and bath with them. I had a feeling that the family really love and care about the animals. Of course the elephants are trained, because they are living with humans. But at the same time they are being part of the family— we saw how the little one keeps trying to play with them, so cute!
katieAn absolute amazing experience! During our time in Chiang Mai, Thailand, my family and I knew that we wanted to play/ interact with elephants, but definitely not support any kind of inhumane or unnatural acts for entertainment or pleasure. That’s when we found this wonderful organization that truly loves and cares for their elephants. All of the elephants there were either rescued, or nursed back to health due to animal cruelty or injuries. Our guide that day (Art) was very calm, patient, and helpful towards everyone on the trip. A truly unique, and special place to visit!
- Katarzyna VAmazing trip- so close to the elephants! This is a real elephant sanctuary run by a local family. The absolute highlight was washing the elephants in the river and feeding them. You can really see that the elephants are happy and taken care of. Beware of many fake elephant sanctuaries which exist only to make money off tourists and do not care about the animals - this is not such a place. If you want an ethical trip while supporting locals, go for Elephant Pride!