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Maesa Elephant Camp

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119/9 Tapae Rd. | Mae Sa Subdistrict, Mae Rim 50100, Thailand
+66 53 206 247
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Nice show and cute baby elephants

I had the opportunity to see elephants show in this place. Elephants are really intelligent are... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Josep C
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Manresa, Spain
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Great day

We rode our mopeds out there and hung out for a few hours. Got some good pictures, had lunch. Food... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
cstarwelding
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Patong, Thailand
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  • Average10%
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119/9 Tapae Rd. | Mae Sa Subdistrict, Mae Rim 50100, Thailand
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+66 53 206 247
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had the opportunity to see elephants show in this place. Elephants are really intelligent are they have learned to do many things. Really impressive. It’s well organized and you have many ways to take pictures of them. Amazing are the baby elephants. One 6...More

Thank Josep C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We rode our mopeds out there and hung out for a few hours. Got some good pictures, had lunch. Food was good. The elephants seemed happy, playful with the handlers and us. They looked like they were treated very well. We fed them bananas and...More

Thank cstarwelding
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I was part of a large group that went to this park. It was about a 40 minute shuttle van ride from the Empress Hotel where we were staying. We started with the elephant ride. Two people sit on a bench like seat on the...More

Thank John E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Happen to visit the camp on our way back to Chiang Mai from Chiang Dao caves. We loved the show, didn't really see something that we had not seen earlier in Thailand, but liked the non commercial part of the visit. The place when we...More

Thank mildmilind
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was one of the most remarkable experiences not just because we got to see elephants in action (including taking baths) in their native habitat but they are trained to interact with us. I've never had an elephant grab me with its trunk before and...More

1  Thank naneliz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Despite recent promotions from NGO group to not visit any company that offer elephant rides I personally think it’s all a fiasco created for the newer elephant camp who may not have the skills to train the elephants When humans are exposed to the splendor...More

1  Thank Ben T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The elephant show was amazing. We enjoyed the fifteen minutes ride on the elephant. There was a photographer from the camp who took us a photo while we were riding on the elephant. We loved the picture and bought it. After that, we fed the...More

Thank Stuart D
Reviewed October 9, 2017 via mobile

MAE SA ELEPHANT CAMP CHIANG MAI, THAILAND Elephants are very large powerful animals deserving of our respect and admiration. The elephants at Mae Sa have handlers, called mahouts, who work with them to teach them to interact gently with visitors, and care for the elephants'...More

Thank Lorenanda
Reviewed October 8, 2017 via mobile

This trip was really Great, and the Elephant show was Magnificent. Riding the bamboo boat is Unique. From my point of view, any one planing to visit Chiangmai must go for it.

Thank Alaa J
Reviewed October 6, 2017

happy elefants - my kids loved the bathing show and the ride....ensure you don't miss the elephant nursery.

1  Thank CaterinaCam
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kaboomkelly
August 10, 2017|
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Response from dosumeal | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they are being abused. I believe it is due to the general public believing these animals are happy. it is very untrue. Once you enter the camp you can feel the tension that is throughout this place. I wish I had... More
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Dhangers
August 1, 2017|
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Response from dosumeal | Reviewed this property |
Save yourself the money and go to Elephant Nature Park. These elephants are living as they would in the wild. Not chained all day long!!! I would also say get a private driver. Have a nice trip. suzanne
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agape2000
May 11, 2016|
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Response from fcl2929 | Reviewed this property |
Maesa Elephant Camp focus on Elephant as fara as we know. You might have to refer to other areas within Maesa for bamboo rafting and Ox Ride...refer to trip asvisor or local contact ...
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